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Moscow Innovation Cluster: Formation of the Index of Industry Specialization Development

Student: Kamilla Khairullina

Supervisor: Vasily Abashkin

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Public Administration (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

In 2018, Moscow Mayor S. Sobyanin announced the creation of Moscow innovation cluster (hereinafter referred as “the Cluster”). For the purpose of the implementation of joint high-tech projects, it is planned to link industrial enterprises, scientific organizations and innovative infrastructure within the Cluster. The key issue is the choice of priority industries of specialization of the Cluster, which will further get the support. The paper presents an analysis of industries of specialization of the Cluster using the improved Index of Industry Specialization Development (originally developed by the Russian Cluster Observatory). In order to detect more accurate policy directions and support measures from the Moscow Government, the integration of the three additional indicators characterizing entrepreneurial and patent activity into the Index of Industry Specialization Development was conducted. It has been found out that the inclusion of these indicators into the Index significantly influences the composition of the leading industries ranking. Also, as a results of K-means clustering, 5 groups of Cluster specialization industries were identified. For each of the group recommendations on support measures within the Cluster were developed.

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