Russia -2020: Technological Modernization. XI International Economic Forum in Peterburg. 2007. ЦМАКП. A new stage of development. Today, a new agenda is formed. The focus shifts from stabilization to sustainable growth .
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Russia-2020: Technological Modernization
XI International Economic Forum in Peterburg
A new stage of development
Challenges and limitations on growth perspectives
The scope of research potential
Domestic R&D spending (PPP-based USD bn, 2004)
R&D employment (thousands, 2004)
Research potential: resource concentration
R&D spending on a person employed (PPP USD ‘000, 2004)
Research potential: cost and result
Hi-tech exports and R&D spending (as % of GDP, 2001)
Loss from cost-result disparity in innovations is estimated at 23-25 USD bn. per year.
Unrealized technology export gains account for 22-24 USD bn. per year, while undervalued exports account for another 1 USD bn.
Research potential: goals for Russia
Research potential: internal goals
Required efficiency growth (%)
Research potential: development strategies
New R&D policy
Research potential: probable impact from implementation
Capabilities for increasing export of machines and equipment(USD bn)