Innovation in the system of social relations

Keywords: system of economic relations, system of social relations, innovation, innovation mechanism, innovation climate.


At present, considerable attention is paid to the issues of innovative development of the economy in the Russian Federation. With the development of market relations, increasingly greater attention is paid to those market mechanisms that contribute to the development of the level of production and consumption of economic benefits, as well as an increase in the level of well-being of the country's citizens. Undoubtedly, the innovative mechanism also belongs to such mechanisms. The purpose of the study is to determine the essence of innovation as a market mechanism within the system of social relations, as well as to determine its role and place as an element of the system of economic relations. To achieve the goal of the study, the structure of social relations was built on the basis of their classification “by the subject of regulation”, the functions of innovations as a market mechanism, as well as their interaction with other elements of economic and social relations, were examined, the issues of the formation of an innovative climate were investigated, the factors influencing the demand for innovations in the economy of the Russian Federation were identified.


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Author Biographies

Andrey Lukin, Samara State University of Economics, Russia.

Professor, Samara State University of Economics, Russia.

Natalya Dubrovina, Samara National Research University, Russia.

Head of Department, Samara National Research University, Russia.

Maria Bugakova, Samara National Research University, Russia.

PhD student, Samara National Research University, Russia.


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How to Cite
Lukin, A., Dubrovina, N., & Bugakova, M. (2021). Innovation in the system of social relations. Amazonia Investiga, 10(48), 74-80.