First decade of innovation policy in Russia: failures and successes
ATRIUM STAGE, October 16 10:00 — 11:00
Modern Russia actually had to build a system of innovation support from scratch in a market economy. The “first generation” of development institutions - RUSNANO, RVK, Skolkovo, the Bortnik Foundation - became the basic element of the new infrastructure aimed at supporting high-tech projects. The experience of these organizations was taken into account when creating the “second wave” of development institutions - IIDF, ASI, etc.
Today, the state-owned ecosystem of technological development has an ambitious task - to dramatically increase the share of industrial enterprises that innovate.
It is interesting to know the opinion of representatives of different generations of Russian innovators on the following issues:
- How effective was the Russian innovation support system and how did it evolve?
- What will be the new generation of innovators?
- What should be the optimal innovation infrastructure of the "third generation"?
- Where are the new growth points - in digital and material based industries?
- Foreign experience in the development of the innovation environment: what was in demand, and what is not applicable?
- The huge scientific potential of Russia is a myth or do we just not know how to commercialize innovative developments?
- Is innovation breakthrough possible in Russia?