Innovative Development: International Experience of Intellectual Property Commercialization
Vladimir Ivanovich Dobrenkov,
Yuriy Alekseevich Afonin,
Galina Pavlovna Gagarinskaya,
Lyudmila Viktorovna Orlova,
Natalya Nikolaevna Pronina and
Galiya Talgatovna Sabirova
European Research Studies Journal, 2017, vol. XX, issue 4A, 241-252
Commercialization model of intellectual property products in a coordinated and integral unity with socio-economic mechanisms based on the best global achievements in this field is considered. A social, economic, and historical substantiation of general civilizational and unique features of the formation and development of venture management mechanisms for intellectual property is given. It is shown that formation of socio-economic foundations for innovative development of the country has been very difficult, painful, and contradictory. In the process of education and science system reforming, goals are sometimes replaced by means, reforms appear to be self-sufficient values; market economy levers, while being a way of the most complete satisfaction of individual creative needs, turn into their opposite. Traditional methods of managing scientific activity in the context of social instability do not contribute to creation of a climate and a space that would be conducive to scientific and technical work and based on the freedom of enterprise, which includes such components as creativity, risk appetite, independent choice of alternatives, self-initiative, business culture, and others. A scientifically based and technologized concept of transferring intellectual products is presented. It is proved that only by adequately comprehending the nature of venture business, having reliably determined its social, economic, and psychological parameters, its role in the socio-political and economic self-organization of society, one can possibly speak with some degree of predictability and foreseeability about effectively mainstreaming positive factors of an innovative breakthrough in Russia.
Keywords: intellectual property; commercialization model; management mechanism; intellectual products; transfer concept; venture business activity; innovative development. JEL Classification: I25; I28 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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