Integral express analysis of institutional and legal readiness of the Russian Federation’ subjects to implement the priorities of scientific and technological development

  • Anna Maltseva Lurye Scientific and Methodological Center for Higher School Innovative Activity, Tver State University, Tver, Russian Federation.
  • Elena Klyushnikova Lurye Scientific and Methodological Center for Higher School Innovative Activity, Tver, Russian Federation
  • Natalya Barsukova Lurye Scientific and Methodological Center for Higher School Innovative Activity, Tver, Russian Federation.
  • Aleksandra Gridchina Department of public administration and law, Moscow Polytechnic University, Moscow, Russian Federation.
  • Maria Guseva Project Management Department, State University of management, Moscow, Russian Federation
Keywords: science, scientific and technological policy, scientific and technological development, region, executive authorities, regulatory framework, strategic planning, integrated index

Abstract

The implementation of the strategy of scientific and technological development of Russia, adopted by the Government of the Russian Federation for the period up to 2035, requires fundamental changes not only in the sphere of production, but also in the management system of scientific and technological development. At present, technological modernization is becoming the most important condition for the preservation of economic independence and national security of the country. An important role in solving these problems belongs to the regions. The article is devoted to the scientific and methodological issues of studying the level of institutional and legal readiness of the subjects of the Russian Federation to implement the priorities of the country's scientific and technological development. An own method has been developed for assessing the level of readiness of regions for the implementation of tasks defined by the Strategy for Scientific and Technological Development, which consists in calculating the integral index reflecting both the institutional and regulatory potential of the territories. Testing of the developed methodology was carried out on the materials of 85 subjects of the Russian Federation. The results of the study can be used in the process of theoretical and applied research in the field of evaluation of the scientific and technological potential of regions

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Author Biographies

Anna Maltseva, Lurye Scientific and Methodological Center for Higher School Innovative Activity, Tver State University, Tver, Russian Federation.

Candidate of Economic Sciences, Director of Lurye Scientific and Methodological Center for Higher School Innovative Activity, Tver State University, Tver, Russian Federation. https://elibrary.ru/author_items.asp?authorid=593978.

Elena Klyushnikova, Lurye Scientific and Methodological Center for Higher School Innovative Activity, Tver, Russian Federation

Senior researcher in Lurye Scientific and Methodological Center for Higher School Innovative Activity, Tver, Russian Federation. https://elibrary.ru/author_items.asp?authorid=719442

Natalya Barsukova, Lurye Scientific and Methodological Center for Higher School Innovative Activity, Tver, Russian Federation.

Senior researcher in Lurye Scientific and Methodological Center for Higher School Innovative Activity, Tver, Russian Federation. https://elibrary.ru/author_items.asp?authorid=910029

Aleksandra Gridchina, Department of public administration and law, Moscow Polytechnic University, Moscow, Russian Federation.

Professor, Department of public administration and law, Moscow Polytechnic University, Moscow, Russian Federation. https://elibrary.ru/author_items.asp?authorid=303786

Maria Guseva, Project Management Department, State University of management, Moscow, Russian Federation

Project Management Department, State University of management, Moscow, Russian Federation,
https://elibrary.ru/author_items.asp?authorid=306701

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Published
2019-04-29
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Maltseva, A., Klyushnikova, E., Barsukova, N., Gridchina, A., & Guseva, M. (2019). Integral express analysis of institutional and legal readiness of the Russian Federation’ subjects to implement the priorities of scientific and technological development. Amazonia Investiga, 8(19), 72-82. Retrieved from https://amazoniainvestiga.info/index.php/amazonia/article/view/201
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