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Sustainable development of the city territorial capital: adaptive policy through the geography of knowledge
When knowledge is a paramount resource, the effective management of its accumulation, use, and transfer becomes the most important function, which enables to ... ... this problem is most relevant in the view of a wide variety of cities and the impossibility and even danger of using unified approaches to their development. The large territory of the country, the remoteness of individual cities from each other, ...
Stakeholder approach to the implementation of the ‘third mission’ of universities
... practical aspects of interactions at different levels between universities and stakeholders., forms, and methods in the field. Further, we propose a classification of key stakeholders of universities, describe their mutual relations, interests, and resources available to them as well as reflect on stakeholder participation models in educational management. Our findings may contribute to better management at Russian educational institutions and benefit national education authorities.
In pursuit of an innovation development trajectory of the Kaliningrad region
... are increasingly seeking to promote the development of regional innovation systems to intensify innovative processes and to enhance the economic competitiveness of territories. An efficient regional innovation policy requires a territorial adaptive approach to the development of mechanisms for innovating socio-spatial systems. These mechanisms should take into account the specific features and inalienable resources of territories. Whereas regional innovation systems are becoming increasingly acknowledged in public administration as versatile, the stage of a system life cycle, which is an equally important factor, often escapes managerial attention. In ...
Tourism development in border areas: a benefit or a burden? The case of Karelia
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The Institutional Architecture of Territorial Innovative Systems: Towards a Spatially Targeted Regional Policy
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Innovation Capacity of Russia and the Baltics: a Comparative Approach
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Innovative factors and conditions of sustainable development of rural territories
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Euroregions as a factor of successful international integration in modern conditions
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Economic Consciousness and the System of Values of Latvian University Graduates
... assessment of their own economic status and preferred moves in case of unemployment. The author estimates the university graduates’ personal capabilities; their interests, skills and qualifications, the extent of their reliance on their own initiative and resources, and their confidence about the future. The article defines the graduates’ economic interests forming motivations and approaches to practical economic behavior according to certain types of economic consciousness.
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