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Approaches To Forming A Technological Hub In Lomonosov Moscow State University


  • V. KomarovM.


  • V. A. Barinova


  • S. P. Zemtsov



LomonosovMoscowStateUniversityis a leading Russian institution of higher education, the only one included in the top 100 authoritative global ranking – ARWU (Shanghairanking). Since 2014 it is planned to implement a large-scale project of theTechnologyValleyinRussia, the research world-class center associated with the University. The paper analyzes the main approaches to the implementation of the project, based on the analysis of international experience. We formulated recommendations for its implementation. In the modern world, the competitiveness of the country is determined by its ability to create opportunities for human potential, to attract and retain the most talented people. TheTechnologyValleyproject inRussiashould be developed regarding to its local position advantages and theMoscowuniversity development goals should also be taken into account. The accelerated development of the project can become a successful anti-crisis strategy.Â

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  • V. KomarovM. & V. A. Barinova & S. P. Zemtsov, 2016. "Approaches To Forming A Technological Hub In Lomonosov Moscow State University," The Economics of Science, Delo Publishing house.
  • Handle: RePEc:abz:journl:y:2016:id:55

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    1. Barinova, V.A. & Zemtsov, S.P. & Sorokina, A.V., 2015. "An Empirical Analysis of the Factors of Competitiveness of Domestic High-Tech Companies," Published Papers 2303, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
    2. Stepan Zemtsov & Vladimir Eremkin & Vera Barinova, 2015. "Factors of Attractiveness of the Leading Russian Universities Overview of Literature and Econometric Analysis of the Leading Universities," Educational Studies, Higher School of Economics, issue 4, pages 201-233.
    3. V. A. Barinova & S. P. Zemtsov & A. V. Sorokina, 2015. "Innovation activity as a condition for growing companied to improve their competitiveness," The Economics of Science, Delo Publishing house.
    4. Kurakova, Natalia (Куракова, Наталия) & Zinov, Vladimir (Зинов, Владимир) & Komarov, Vladimir (Комаров, Владимир) & Pavlov, Pavel (Павлов, Павел), 2014. "Long-term projections as a tool for the formation of science and technology policy [Долгосрочные Прогнозы Как Инструмент Формирования Научно-Технологической Политики]," Economic Policy, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, vol. 4, pages 7-32.
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