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THE ROLE OF SCIENCE IN THE CONTEXT OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC CRISIS: PHYSICAL MODEL

YU.М. BATURYN

https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1481-5369

Russian Academy of Sciences, S.I. Vavilov Institute for Science and Technology History of RAS

Nauka naukozn. 2017, 2(96): 43-51

https://doi.org/10.15407/sofs2017.02.043

Section: Science and Innovation-driven development of economy and society

Language: Russian

Abstract: The processes of progressive development of social and economic entities on the basis of innovative cooperation of science, government and business are investigated. Classical views on the sources of innovative development are analyzed. The role of science as an instrumental basis for innovation is shown, that is, innovation takes into account the inclusion of science, innovation and technology in the socio-economic environment. The content analysis of the existing government documents on the implementation of the Agreement of the Ukraine — EU Association demonstrates that they cannot yet become an instrument of Ukraine’s integration into the research area of the European Union or an impetus for the implementation of the triple helix model in Ukraine.

Keywords: innovation, innovation activity, innovatics, economic growth, economic development, triple helix.

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