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Innovation and Investment Safety as the Condition for Neo-Industrial Development

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  • E.D. Kormishkin
  • O.S. Sausheva
  • V.A. Gorin
  • E.S. Zemskova

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The paper suggests considering neo-industrial development that is represented as alternative to post-industrialism from the perspective of provision of innovation and investment safety of the country. Authors make an effort to determine economic and institutional backgrounds and criteria of safety of innovation and investment activities. Specification of categorical framework used in researched sphere was conducted; in particular, it was suggested to consider innovation and investment safety the key part of national economic safety. On the basis of regression analysis the appraisal of relation between the size of internal expenditures for research and development and living standards in the country was held - it has demonstrated rather weak relation between researched variables during a short period of time. In addition, the work formulates the key problems in the sphere of innovation and investment safety in Russia and suggests proposals on their solution.

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  • E.D. Kormishkin & O.S. Sausheva & V.A. Gorin & E.S. Zemskova, 2016. "Innovation and Investment Safety as the Condition for Neo-Industrial Development," European Research Studies Journal, European Research Studies Journal, vol. 0(3A), pages 94-109.
  • Handle: RePEc:ers:journl:v:xix:y:2016:i:3a:p:94-109
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