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Impact of Digitalization on the Transformation of National Innovation Systems in Russia and Germany

Student: Ekaterina Vinnik

Supervisor: Tatiana G. Filosofova

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: World Economy (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

Today we can observe the formation of a new socio-economic paradigm. The world community has reached a stage of development, where the key resources are knowledge and innovation, and the economic growth of states largely depends on the creation of a favorable environment for innovative activities of economic entities. National innovation systems, combining various organizations and institutions, are responsible for the formation of conditions that stimulate innovation. In addition, a significant trend at the present stage of development is also the creation of digital technologies and their global distribution in all spheres of society. The problem of the impact of digitalization on the functioning and efficiency of national innovation systems of states is currently insufficiently studied. In addition, when analyzing the transformation of individual components of national innovation systems in the era of the digital economy, expert opinions differ. In this paper, a comprehensive analysis of the national innovation systems of Russia and Germany and their transformation due to the spread of digital technologies will be carried out, thanks to which their own point of view on the problem under study will be formulated, as well as some gaps in existing research will be filled. The aim of the thesis is to determine the qualitative and quantitative impact of digital technologies on the efficiency of national innovation systems.

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