Published in «Creative Economy»11 / 2019
DOI: 10.18334/ce.13.11.41360

Sustainable development, science, innovation – three vectors of the regional economy of the future

Isaev Roman Olegovich, Samara State Technical University, Russia

Устойчивое развитие, наука, инновации – три вектора региональной экономики будущего - View in Russian

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1. The ability to create development is a feature of progressive state policy.
2. Abstract person cannot be the subject of development, because he is the result of the development of culture and history.
3. Innovation is not just a novelty or a new idea, but a separate activity that includes a number of processes.
4. The transfer of responsibility for sustainable development and / or innovation to one specialized area will not lead to the development of new knowledge.

The concept of sustainable development is traditionally considered conflux of social, political and economic spheres of human activity. However, this point of view is rather superficial and doesn't allow us to see the specifics of sustainable development processes. In this article, sustainable development is examined in the economic context of innovative activity. In the Russian Federation this activity can be maintained by involving progressive methodology. The author appeals to classical research in order to understand the innovative processes in the economy and points out two problem areas (the problem of the subject of development, the problem of classification of innovation). In this research a new sociotechnical method of solving problems used by the author as an innovative approach is presented in full detail. The “biosphere partnership“, a potential unit of innovative economy of the region, is studied as the object.


innovation, regional economy, sustainable development
Isaev R.O. (2019). Sustainable development, science, innovation – three vectors of the regional economy of the future [Ustoychivoe razvitie, nauka, innovatsii – tri vektora regionalnoy ekonomiki buduschego]. Creative Economy, 13(11). (in Russian). – doi: 10.18334/ce.13.11.41360.

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