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Possibilities of Transforming the State Support of Innovations System. The Case of Israel


  • Mar'yasis, Dmitriy A.

    (Oriental Studies Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences)


The paper presents the author’s concept of transforming the Russian system of public-private partnership in the field of formation and development of the national innovation economy. The concept is based on the Israeli experience. The main contours of the new system are given not only at the philosophical and ideological levels, but at the applied level as well. The author reviews the Office of the Chief Scientist’s programs as an illustration of the success of the proposed concept. Our main task is to show the effectiveness of the programs under consideration and their applicability, taking into account the adaptation necessary in such cases in modern Russia. The urgency of this research is determined by the need for a comprehensive study of foreign experience in the process of developing the national economy. The experience of Israel in this sphere is seen as one of the most relevant for Russia because of the important role of the state apparatus in the process of creating an innovative ecosystem, as well as Israel’s long history of building an economy with a significant share of the public sector. The analysis of the public-private partnership programs can be used for preparing curricula in such disciplines as world economy, regional studies, public administration, and management in the field of innovation. Besides that, public authorities and private companies may use it for preparing relevant analytical and reference material. The author’s concept of applying such programs in Russia can serve as a basis for creating medium- and long-term programs of innovative development of the country’s regions.

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  • Mar'yasis, Dmitriy A., 2017. "Possibilities of Transforming the State Support of Innovations System. The Case of Israel," Economic Policy, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, vol. 5, pages 80-103, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:rnp:ecopol:ep1755

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