The OECD Reviews of Innovation Policy: Russian Federation offers a comprehensive assessement of the innovation system of the Russian Federation, focusing on the role of government. It provides concrete recommendations on how to improve policies that affect innovation performance, including R&D policies. It also identifies good practice from which other countries can learn.
Table of contents:
Overall Assessment and Recommendations -Introduction -Achievements, shortcomings and challenges -Guiding principles for policy -Specific policy recommendations Évaluation globale et recommandations -Introduction -Réussites, insuffisances et défis -Principes directeurs pour l’action publique -Recommandations spécifiques pour l’action publique Chapter 1. Economic performance and framework conditions for innovation -1.1. Economic performance: An overview -1.2. International trade and foreign direct investment -1.3. Specialisation and structural features of the Russian economy -1.4. Framework conditions for innovation -1.5. The role of innovation in Russia’s future economic development -1.6. Innovation performance -1.7. Conclusion Chapter 2. Innovation actors -2.1. Business sector -2.2. Public research institutes -2.3. Higher education institutes as research performers -2.4. Human resources, education and skills Chapter 3. The role of government -3.1. Introduction -3.2. Institutional profile and system governance -3.3. Public funding of R&D: Trends and allocation patterns -3.4. Strategic tasks of innovation policy: A functional assessment -3.5. Concluding remarks