Published in «Public-Private Partnership»2 / 2017
DOI: 10.18334/ppp.4.2.38146

State Entrepreneurship: innovation policy and Public-Private Partnership mechanisms

Atambaev Kadyrbek Almazbekovich, MGIMO University of the MFA of Russia, Russia

Государственное предпринимательство: инновационная политика и механизмы государственно-частного партнерства - View in Russian

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The purpose of this article is to disprove a common opinion that the state should not interfere in the innovation process, which should be developed spontaneously, by the will of the market. The historical analysis of the industrial policy of the “Asian tigers“ and high-tech (innovation) US policy shows that almost all key industries and elements of the national innovation ecosystem of these states are the result of the state intervention. In other words, the government opens and “creates“ markets, and not simply regulates them. The Entrepreneurial State is the main engine of innovations.


industrial policy, innovation policy, Matsucato, neoliberalism, Palo Alto, public-private partnership, scientific institutions, state entrepreneurship, usa

JEL-Classification: L26, L32, O25

Atambaev K.A. (2017). State Entrepreneurship: innovation policy and Public-Private Partnership mechanisms [Gosudarstvennoe predprinimatelstvo: innovatsionnaya politika i mekhanizmy gosudarstvenno-chastnogo partnerstva]. Public-Private Partnership, 4(2). (in Russian). – doi: 10.18334/ppp.4.2.38146.

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