Interaction hurdles in the scientific and educational cluster (case of research institutes of Tomsk oblast)

The objective of the study is the identification of the problems of integration of the organizations of the scientific and educational cluster of the Tomsk region. We assume that these problems are related to the factors hindering the effectiveness of interactions in the regional innovation system. We present results (the vision of the research institutes) on the problems of developing the integration processes of a scientific and educational cluster

Keywords: research and educational cluster, regional innovation system, small innovative enterprises, Tomsk region, university, research institute, Tomsk, interaction


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