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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Alisa Konyukhovskaya
Evaluation of Robotics Policy in Russia and Globally
2018
Robotics is considered as a tool to improve the efficiency and competitiveness of the national economy, so the leading technological countries adopt strategic documents for the development of this area.

The Master Thesis is aimed to explore foreign approaches for robotics development, to create a list of existing measures to support robotics, evaluate the Russian public policy in robotics field and propose a set of recommendation for improving Russian robotics public policy.

The research methodology consists of several instruments: analyse the main indicators of robotics industry maturity for identification of leading countries in robotics, literature review of strategic documents of those countries and Russia, classification of existed robotics support measures, expert survey on the market problems in Russia, the use of existing measures of public support and proposal for improvement the policy. This methodology became the basis to make recommendations for adjusting the Russian policy in the field of robotics. I formulated the recommendations in 4 blocks: key principles of the policy, types of documents that may be approved for the future development of Russian robotics industry, functions of the Robotics Development Center, suggestions for targeted support measures. The results of the study can be applied in practice and used in the formation of the public policy in the field of robotics in Russia.

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