The concept of a university open innovation ecosystem and network interaction as an innovative Russia development key factor

The article presents an analysis of the main prerequisites for the Russia innovative development, identifies the need for supporting and developing an innovation infrastructure, examines the main functions of technology transfer centers at universities, technology transfer networks as a necessary element of innovation infrastructure. Authors propose the concept of a university open innovation ecosystem and network interaction of technology transfer centers as a Russia innovative development key factor.

Keywords: innovation ecosystem, technology transfer centers, technology transfer at universities, technology transfer network.


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