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The relationship between government and business in the context of the formation of innovation clusters and ecosystems in Russia
[Взаимоотношения Государства И Бизнеса В Контексте Формирования В России Инновационных Кластеров И Экосистем]

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  • Maracha, Vyacheslav (Марача, Вячеслав)

    () (The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration)

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Based on the formation of innovative clusters and ecosystems in Russia, the network organization and system principles for transforming the relationship between the state and innovative business are considered. The focus focuses on the formation of innovation clusters and ecosystems as collaborative communities, the transition to a “cluster management organization” as a new advanced form of organization of the innovation process, as well as government policy to support such a transition along with government and business relations in this context.

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  • Maracha, Vyacheslav (Марача, Вячеслав), 2019. "The relationship between government and business in the context of the formation of innovation clusters and ecosystems in Russia
    [Взаимоотношения Государства И Бизнеса В Контексте Формирования В Ро
    ," Working Papers 051908, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
  • Handle: RePEc:rnp:wpaper:051908
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