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The purpose of the work is to identify some financial and economic mechanisms that promote the development of innovative activities in Russia in the conditions of the digital economy

Financial and economic mechanisms of promoting innovative activity in the context of the digital economy formation

ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES, no. 3 (2018): 672.0-681

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The paper analyzes some fmancial, tax, information, communication, infrastructural, technological and organizational mechanisms of innovative activity promotion in conditions of transition to a digital economy. End-to-end technologies including "Big Data", "New Production Technologies", "Quantum Technologies", "Technologies of Virtual and...More

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Introduction
  • A required condition for the implementation of innovative activities in the company is the availability of financial resources to ensure the implementation of innovative processes of companies, the process of commercialization of the innovations being created (Ignatavičius et al 2015; Tvaronavičienė; Černevičiūtė 2015; Zemlickiene et al 2017;.
  • The purpose of the work is to identify some financial and economic mechanisms that promote the development of innovative activities in Russia in the conditions of the digital economy.
  • The following tasks were identified: to study the features of the development of the digital economy in Russia; to identify the features of using financial and economic mechanisms to promote innovation; to analyze the tendencies of informatization of society, the development of education in healthcare in Russia in comparison with other countries of the world; to study the regional features of stimulating innovation in Russia
Highlights
  • A required condition for the implementation of innovative activities in the company is the availability of financial resources to ensure the implementation of innovative processes of companies, the process of commercialization of the innovations being created (Ignatavičius et al 2015; Tvaronavičienė; Černevičiūtė 2015; Zemlickiene et al 2017;
  • There are several main criteria for this phenomenon: innovation activity is directly related to the implementation of research work, which is the initial stage in this process; this activity is characterized by the presence of several stages; there is a transition from scientific developments to practical activities with successful implementation of earlier stages of innovation activity, the stage of commercialization of innovations and their mass distribution; the innovation process is influenced by the processes associated with the formation of the digital economy (Rajnoha et al 2017; Menshikov et al 2017; Baronienė, Žirgutis 2017)
  • The purpose of the work is to identify some financial and economic mechanisms that promote the development of innovative activities in Russia in the conditions of the digital economy
  • Given that the share of the digital economy will account for more than 35% of GDP by 2025, it is important to provide effective financial and economic mechanisms to promote the development of digital technologies (Federal State Statistics Service; Santo 2005)
  • In the conditions of transition to the digital economy, financial and economic mechanisms are modernized in terms of using end-to-end technologies that will promote innovation in the Russian regions and will improve the quality of life of the population
  • The resource and advantages of the digital economy will help solve many of the current problems associated with lowering unemployment, creating an effective public sector, improving the environment, creating innovative companies and increasing the competitiveness of the national economy
Methods
  • The theoretical and methodological base of the research is based on the works of domestic and foreign scientists in the field of economics, corporate finance, investment and innovation management.
  • In the process of this study, the methods of statistical, coefficient, dynamic, and comparative analysis were us
Results
  • Given that the share of the digital economy will account for more than 35% of GDP by 2025, it is important to provide effective financial and economic mechanisms to promote the development of digital technologies (Federal State Statistics Service; Santo 2005).
  • More than 60 percent of the funds are allocated from the federal budget
Conclusion
  • The problem of financial support of innovative activity is most acute in the development of innovative processes.
  • Developing open innovation, clusters contribute to the accumulation of various participants in innovation, such as federal and regional authorities, development institutions, venture investors, lending institutions, resident companies of clusters and research institutes
  • These participants, due to their sources, contribute to the financial support of innovative activities of companies within the territorial clusters.
  • The resource and advantages of the digital economy will help solve many of the current problems associated with lowering unemployment, creating an effective public sector, improving the environment, creating innovative companies and increasing the competitiveness of the national economy
Tables
  • Table1: Financial and economic mechanisms of innovative activity promotion while formation of digital economy
  • Table2: The main indicators of the informatization of society, the development of education in healthcare in Russia and other countries in the world for the period of 2005-2015
  • Table3: Volumes and structure of sources of financing of the state program of the Kaluga Region called "Development of entrepreneurship and innovation in the Kaluga Region" from all sources of financing
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Funding
  • Given that the share of the digital economy will account for more than 35% of GDP by 2025, it is important now to provide effective financial and economic mechanisms to promote the development of digital technologies (Federal State Statistics Service; Santo 2005)
  • The role of credit resources in financing innovative activities of Russian companies is relatively small due to the high cost of attracting them; they are used by no more than 5% of companies
  • More than 60 percent of the funds are allocated from the federal budget
Study subjects and analysis
people: 100
1.1. Online population, per 100 people. 1.2

people: 100
3.1. Online population, per 100 people. 3.2

people: 100
Source: Rosstat: www.gks.ru http://doi.org/10.9770/jesi.2018.5.3(19). Thus, in Russia, the number of Internet users per 100 people, the share of households with access to the Internet compared to Germany and the United States is somewhat lower. The rapid increase in the number of newly reported cases of HIV infection in Russia in 2005-2015 is a matter of great concern – by 2.25 times, up to 73,538 people

people: 73538
Thus, in Russia, the number of Internet users per 100 people, the share of households with access to the Internet compared to Germany and the United States is somewhat lower. The rapid increase in the number of newly reported cases of HIV infection in Russia in 2005-2015 is a matter of great concern – by 2.25 times, up to 73,538 people. At the same time in Germany, these figures are more than 20 times lower, in the US – 2 times lower

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Author
Mikhail Yakovlevich Veselovsky
Mikhail Yakovlevich Veselovsky
Tatiana Vitalievna Pogodina
Tatiana Vitalievna Pogodina
Raisa V. Ilyukhina
Raisa V. Ilyukhina
Tatyana A. Sigunova
Tatyana A. Sigunova
Nina F. Kuzovleva
Nina F. Kuzovleva
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