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GR:Взаимодействие бизнеса и органов власти.Учебник и практикум для бакалавриата и магистратуры

Учебник посвящен теоретическим и практическим аспектам взаимодействия бизнеса и государства. Рассмотрены теоретические основы взаимодействия бизнеса и государства. Проанализированы особенности взаимодействия государства и бизнеса в сфере инвестиций, государственных закупок, антимонопольного регулирования, государственно-частного партнерства, определяется социальная ответственность участников данного взаимодействия. Приводятся теоретические основы адаптации государства и бизнеса в условиях циклического развития экономики. Издание предназначено для бакалавров, обучающихся по направлению «Экономика», для магистрантов, обучающихся по разным направлениям, для преподавателей.

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Марковская Е. И., Троицкая И. В., Медведь А. А. и др.
М.: Юрайт, 2017.

International strategies of business incubation: the USA, Germany, and Russia.

In this paper, authors examine strategies of business incubation in the following countries: the USA, Germany, and Russia using both a comparative theoretical analysis of different performance criteria of business incubators and interviewing experts who work directly with startup companies. We find that there are more differences  than similarities between the strategies of business incubation in these countries. The USA prove to be far ahead of Germany and especially Russia in supporting start-ups. The study might impact a business practice in the way of clarifying the most significant characteristics and general trends of business incubation strategies in the countries mentioned to take them into account in the process of launching and developing startup companies in one or another country.

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Tsaplin E., Yulia Pozdeeva.
International Journal of Innovation. 2017. Vol. 5. No. 1. P. 32-45.
7 марта 2017

Knowledge driven preferences in informal inbound open innovation modes. An explorative view on small to medium enterprises

Purpose – This paper aims to investigate three key factors (i.e. cognitive dimensions, the knowledge-driven approach and absorptive capacity) that are likely to determine the preference for informal inbound open innovation (OI) modes, through the lens of the OI model and knowledge-based view (KBV). The innovation literature has differentiated these collaborations into informal inbound OI entry modes and formal inbound OI modes, offering an advocative and conceptual view. However, empirical studies on these collaborations are still limited.

Design/methodology/approach – Building on the above-mentioned theoretical framework, the empirical research was performed in two stages. First, data were collected via a closed-ended questionnaire distributed to all the participants from the sample by e-mail. Second, to assess the hypotheses, structural equation modelling (SEM) via IBM® SPSS® Amos 20 was applied.

Findings – The empirical research was conducted on 175 small to medium enterprises in the United Kingdom, suggesting that the knowledge-driven approach is the strongest determinant, leading to a preference for informal inbound OI modes. The findings were obtained using SEM and are discussed in line with the theoretical framework.

Research limitations/implications – Owing to the chosen context and sector of the empirical analysis, the research results may lack generalisability. Hence, new studies are proposed.

Practical implications – The paper includes implications for the development of informal inbound OI led by knowledge-driven approach.

Originality/value – This paper offers an empirical research to investigate knowledge-driven preferences in informal inbound OI modes. 

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Scuotto V., Del Giudice M., Bresciani S. et al.
Journal of Knowledge Management. 2017. Vol. 21. No. 3. P. 640-655.
4 октября 2017

Logistics Service in Inventory Management

Russian companies intend to be among leaders in the international logistics world in order to attract financial investments and labor force. Being monitored on a regular basis by the World Bank the Russian Federation is compared with other countries via several logistics performance indicators which are focused mainly on the evaluation of the speed of flows movement within the supply chains of a country. Therefore, to strengthen the position of domestic companies on the international scene, there are latent opportunities in material flow management. The research extends main review inventory policies transforming main parameters of widely used models in the context of customers’ requirement satisfaction. For this purpose the methods of economic, mathematic and statistics approached are implemented. The comparison of five various environmental conditions, among which are the prohibition of stock out, the provision of items available on stock, consideration of the balance between holding and shortage costs, influence of out-of-stock event and absence of a separate item allows to find out the strictest requirements to the logistics service level.

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Логистика и управление цепями поставок. 2017. Vol. 79. No. 2. P. 65-81.
28 августа 2017

Low Carbon Growth in the Northeast Asian Economies: Mirage or Reality?

The Paris Climate Agreement established a new target of combating global warming "well below 2 degrees Celsius". This goal will lead to the transformation and deep decarbonization of world economy aiming at nearly zero carbon emissions soon after 2050. The Northeastern Asian countries (responsible for 40% of global CO2 emissions) have all rechnological, resource and ivnestment potential for decarbonization both domestically and internationally, and can show leadership in this efforts on global scale.

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Safonov G., Enkhbayar S.
Iss. 1701e. Niigata: ERINA, 2017.

Make it work! – A study of user-innovation in Russia.

 

 

This article studies the specificities of Russian user innovators on a sample of 1,670 home interviews. The percentage of end users who innovate and their willingness to share ideas is much higher in comparison to western countries and rooted in community activities which spread during Soviet times. We identify two groups of user innovators: urban, male, well educated, and financially better-situated vs a much more diverse group of small town folks who innovate out of necessity. The first group confirms previous findings, the second group is unique to developing markets and to Russia in particular. As these user innovators are reluctant to commercialise their innovations and would rather keep them for themselves or share with their peers on a voluntary basis, a great source of ideas and commercial opportunity remains untouched.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Science and Public Policy. 2017. Vol. 44. No. 3. P. 392-402.

Networking for sustainable Foresight: A Russian study

A key element of any government's Science, Technology and Innovation policy is stable analytical infrastructure to support strategic decision making. Experience from many countries shows that substantial policy decision making requires collecting and analysing a broad range of information to develop proactive and future-oriented policies. Accordingly, infrastructure providing this information as well as evidence for policy-making must possess the capabilities for collecting, assessing, and processing information. However, information in this context is highly specific and subject related information, which is frequently embodied within expert knowledge holders. Therefore, information management in this light imposes special challenges on infrastructure.

The present study discusses some methodological approaches and practical studies to set up a network of STI Foresight network in Russia, integrated into the national Foresight and planning system. We outline the principles for goal setting, network architecture, creating a network of experts, selecting key information products, and methodological support. Russia's STI Foresight network, built on principles presented here, has been fully operational since 2011 and provides expertise on a large scale for a variety of governmental and industry organizations.

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Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 2017. Vol. 119. P. 268-279.

Overcoming open innovation challenges: a contribution from foresight and foresight networks

The article identifies how the combination of concepts drawn from foresight and foresight networks can be used to help open innovation. We found that foresight can support open innovation by providing analysis that looks at key open innovation questions such as those around technology selection, identifying future customer needs and scanning for disruptions. Foresight can also help open innovation address some of the challenges that have been identified in the open innovation literature as barriers to effective open innovation. Foresight has experience around obtaining access to appropriate external experts and their knowledge; making sense of the mass of information that can emerge through a more open process, both areas that the open innovation literature has identified as being challenges to effective open innovation. Finally, a concept explored in this paper, foresight networks offer’s open innovation new ideas in innovative collaboration forms and how they can be pivotal in innovation and in assisting open innovation.

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Technology Analysis & Strategic Management. 2017. P. 1-16.
4 октября 2017

Patriotic Education in Contemporary Russia: Sociological Studies in the Making of the Post-Soviet Citizen

This book is a comprehensive study of the social roots of citizen raising in contemporary Russia. It traces the development of governmental patriotic programs in recent decades, discusses how the Soviet past and political traditions influence today’s system of patriotism formation, and presents numerous examples illustrating real-life processes in current patriotic education. While the topics of patriotism and patriotic education are highly politicized, this study approaches them from a sociological perspective. It identifies the basic model of patriotic education as a fairly stable structure born of the values and attitudes of different agents: teachers, school administrators, and civil servants. Patriotic education in Russia is shown as a particular example of how a political idea can lead to the formation of social structures, and how, in time, those social structures can lead to the restoration of the original political idea.

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ibidem Verlag; Columbia University Press, 2017.

Print vs. Digital: "каннибализм" или сотрудничество

В статье рассматриваются последствия расширения присутствия глянцевых журналов на digital платформах на примере издательского дома Conde Nast. Информационной базой исследования являются десять экспертных интервью с сотрудниками редакций и коммерческих отделов журналов издательского дома, собранных в мае 2016 года. Делаются выводы относительно организационных изменений связанных с выходом на электронные платформы в период кризиса. В частности, обращается внимание на то, что многие сотрудники одновременно решают задачи, связанные как с выпуском печатной версии журналов, так и с наполнением контентом и рекламой digital версий журнала. Подчеркивается, что развитие онлайн платформ не приводит к потере рекламодателей печатными журналами, ввиду того, что на выбор между рекламой в печати или электронной версии журнала влияет в первую очередь специфика бренда и  ценовая политика журналов издательского дома. Потери читательской аудитории бумажными журналами в результате расширения присутствия в интернете также относительно невелики.

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Андреева А. С., Казун А. Д.
Вестник Новосибирского государственного университета. Серия: История, филология. 2017. Т. 16. № 6. С. 32-40.

Prioritization of requirements for effective support of the communication process with customers of a commercial bank

 

Requirements prioritization is performed by business analysts in order to analyze stated requirements and to define the required capabilities of a potential solution that will fulfill stakeholder needs. During the analysis, the business analyst transforms needs and informal concerns of stakeholders into formal solution requirements which describe the behavior of solution components in sufficient detail. Furthermore, requirements analysis may be performed to develop models of the current state of an organization. These models can be used in order to validate the solution scope with business and stakeholders, to analyze the current state of an organization to identify opportunities for improvement, or to assist stakeholders in understanding that current state. The requirements prioritization task includes the following elements. First, these are business cases which state key goals and measures of success for a project or organization. Priorities should be aligned with those goals and objectives. Business needs can be used as an alternative to the business case if no business case has been defined. Second, the prioritization requires that these requirements have been stated by stakeholders. Third, the list of stakeholders, annotated with their levels of authority and influence, is used to determine which stakeholders need to participate in prioritization. As a result, the several techniques and recommendations stated in the BABOK® Guide have been applied for requirements prioritization in a case study of a conventional commercial bank. The business needs of the organization have been identified. The main problems of the communication management process have been formulated. Underlying sources of the problem have been illustrated on a fishbone diagram (also known as an Ishikawa or cause-and-effect diagram). The list of stakeholders and the requirements have been made. The MoSCoW technique has been applied in order to identify four groups of requirements, which differ from each other by the impact the results of their implementation have on the solution of the identified problems. The list of prioritized requirements should be used on the next stages of the project. It may be useful for the project manager when planning works on the solution implementation. The results of this work should also help the stakeholders develop a common point of view on the strategic goals of the project.

 

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Business Informatics. 2017. No. 2 (40). P. 7-16.

Residents’ Attitudes Towards Place Marketing: Tourism Marketing Focus

В работе рассмотрены теоретические аспекты концепции сопроизводства и ее приложение в сфере территориального маркетинга. Реализовано поисковое исследование, основанное на обзоре и критическом анализе существующих в литературе подходов, и предложена концептуальная модель оценки готовности жителей участвовать в процессе сопроизводства в территориальном маркетинге.

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Almatourism - Journal of Tourism, Culture and Territorial Development. 2017. Vol. 8. No. 7. P. 286-297.
26 марта 2017