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Climate risks in an innovation development strategy

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  • B.N. Porfiryev (b_porfiriev@mail.ru)

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The study analyses how the climate changes considered as a new factor may influence the innovation development in Russia. We identify and analyze the adaptive and preventive innovations. Practical application of both innovations requires a complex of both institutional and technological innovations, i.e. an improved law and regulatory basis and an «eight technologies packet» which is of critical importance, respectively. We emphasize the special importance of those innovations where a multiplicative effect is beyond the scope of a «climatic» specter since the development and implementation of such innovations will bring a higher efficiency of production as well as the resolution of many problems of human environment and health.

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  • B.N. Porfiryev (b_porfiriev@mail.ru), 2011. "Climate risks in an innovation development strategy," Journal "Region: Economics and Sociology", Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering of Siberian Branch of RAS, vol. 1.
  • Handle: RePEc:nos:regioe:2011-1_12
    Note: Ecological and Economic Issues of Regional Development
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