Інноваційний розвиток України як основа формування біоекономіки Reportar como inadecuado

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Innovation is an important factor for the economic development. Analysis of innovative development indicators makes it possible to determine the main directions of innovation as the basis of formation of the bioeconomy. There is considered the correlation dependence between the level of economic development and innovation. Ukraine has a strong position in the development of human capital (education, availability of skilled personnel, the labor market, patent activity of the population, educational and scientific infrastructure). But the organizational, institutional components and market and business environment hamper the development of innovation, the formation of the bioeconomy and economic growth. Ukraine has a high intellectual, creative and innovative potential but it does not use it in implicitly, which leads to deceleration of the economic growth and hamper the development of the bioeconomy. Ukraine will accelerate the formation of the bioeconomy, focusing on such components of the innovation as the human and resource capital, development of the high-tech economy.

Keywords: bioeconomy ; innovation ; economic growth ; research and development ; the Global Competitiveness Index ; the Global Innovation Index

Other Titles: Innovative development of Ukraine as a basis for formation of bioeconomy

Subject(s): Agricultural and Food Policy

Environmental Economics and Policy

Issue Date: Mar 20 2017

Publication Type: Journal Article

ISSN: 2414-584X

Language: Ukrainian Published in: Agricultural and Resource Economics: International Scientific E-Journal, Volume 3, Number 1 Page range: 54-66

JEL Codes: Q57; Q55; О20; О38

Record appears in: Agricultural and Resource Economics: International Scientific E-Journal

Autor: Butenko, V.

Fuente: http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/256880?ln=en

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