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Quantitative analysis for a better-focused international STI collaboration policy: A case of BRICS

Alexander Sokolov, Sergey Shashnov, Maxim Kotsemir () and Anna Grebenyuk

Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 2019, vol. 147, issue C, 221-242

Abstract: International cooperation in science, technology and innovation (STI) plays an increasingly significant role as it allows one to gain access to new knowledge, increase national competitiveness, jointly respond to Grand Challenges, and contribute to overall bilateral and multilateral political cooperation. International alliances aim to establish a win-win system of common STI priorities in order to coordinate their research efforts in a wider political context. Within such a system, individual countries have to use different policy instruments for achieving their own benefits via STI collaboration with foreign partners. The paper addresses the following research question: “How can quantitative analysis help better identify priorities for STI collaboration that provide additional benefits for a country participating in such work?”.

Keywords: Common STI priorities; National STI priorities; BRICS; International STI collaboration; Bibliometric and patent analysis; Composite indices (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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DOI: 10.1016/j.techfore.2019.07.008

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