The Russian Federation has a history of more than twenty years of transformation to a market economy, but as well to a knowledge society, to look back on. This study takes a look at the knowledge generation, knowledge transmission and knowledge use inside the Federation since the early 1990s. Furthermore, in light of the high dependence of the Russian economy on the oil and gas sectors this study analyzes the impact knowledge related factors have on regional income generation following thereby in the direction of Schumpeterian growth theory. The study combines descriptive with empirical analyses to paint a picture as detailed as possible of the Russian knowledge society and its innovative potential. aAccessed 27 Feb 2013 International Labor Organization (2010) IWGPS: consumer price index manual: theory and practice, 2nd edn. ILO, New York Jaffe A (1986) Technological opportunity and spillovers of Raamp;D: evidence from firmsa#39; patents, profits, and market ... J Urban Econ 67:15a32 Kogut B, Chang S (1991) Technological capabilities and Japanese foreign direct investment in the United States.
|Title||:||Knowledge as a Driver of Regional Growth in the Russian Federation|
|Author||:||Jens Kai Perret|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-10-07|