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Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Oksana Chudaikina
Research of How Administrative Barriers Influence the Activity of Spin-off Companies of Scientific Institutions
(Bachelor’s programme)
In this study issues are related to the study of administrative barriers in the field

of innovative activity of small enterprises of Russian Academy of Science (RAS) and the

significance of these obstacles. The author analyzes the process of innovational

commercialization and the role of spin-off organizations in this procedure, reveals the content of administrative barriers of small innovative enterprises activity. The work is focused on the

relevance of this group of obstacles and its rising significance in the different stages of

innovation commercialization by university spin-offs. This paper will identify the present key

administrative barriers of the innovative process and its classification. In order to achieve this purpose, a survey will be conducted among the representatives of university’s spin-off companies. The activity of organizations will be considered by using method of expert interview.

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