Methodological Aspects of the Assessment of Innovative Activity of the Regions of Belarus

Stelmakh, Natalya
May 2012
Science & Innovations;May2012, Vol. 111 Issue 5, p32
Academic Journal
Nowadays the innovative economy formation is one of the global problem the developing countries face. However determination of economic efficient ways of development is possible only under adequate estimation of the existing situation and circling of definite tendencies. The article gives a detailed analyses of the innovative activity of the Republic of Belarus and its separate regions, basic indexes of innovation efficiency are considered.


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