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Innovation in the public sector: Introduction to the issue

  • Golubeva, Anastasia A.
  • Sokolova, Ekaterina V.

In this paper we review directions and approaches to the analysis of innovation in the public sector to show the complexity and diversity of the studied phenomenon. Determination of the instruments of state policy, promoting the comprehensive development of public sector innovations, should be carried out only on the basis of strict methodology. The first two parts of the paper are devoted to the definition of the borders of the public sector and public sector innovation. The paper emphasizes the complexity of studied phenomenon through presentation of different typologies of innovations and innovators in the public sector. The paper also discusses factors, influencing emergence and development of public sector innovations as well as contemporary areas of research in the field. Executive Summary is available at pp. 41.

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Paper provided by Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg State University in its series Working Papers with number 63.

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