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Characteristics and Forecast of Science and Technology in Russia (analysis of estimates of experts)

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  • Varshavsky Alexander


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The Monograph contains the analysis of results of the unique survey elaborated with the help of 270 leading Russian scientists - members of the Russian academy of Sciences. The aim of survey was to choose priorities for science and technology in Russia at the first stage of the transition to market system. The monograph consists of four chapters that focus on the methodological principles of the survey's elaboration, on the main results of the analysis of expert's estimates in the various fields of science and technology as well as on problems of saving the Russian scientists and technological potential/ The book provides clear pointers for practitioners and policy makers in Government, industry, firms, universities, research councils and other bodies of Russia and foreign countries that undertake efforts in choosing policy to strengthen their position on markets of Russia.

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This book is provided by Socionet in its series Books of Alexander Varshavsky with number e1994-1 and published in 1994.
Handle: RePEc:nos:qjvewn:e1994-1
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