Analysis of Russia and other Countries Economic Parameters and Their Connection with the Development of Science Parks

Anna Vilisova, Fu Qiang


Economic growth factors in different countries have their own special resources and features due to the difference in development process and environment structure. The authors analyzed the influence of the science parks upon the economic indicators on the example of Russia.

Although there are organizations in Russia created to support the science parks creation, existence and development, there is no efficient and common mechanism to support functioning of the science parks and to make it become oriented at the final result (improving the growth of the country’s economy).

The article contains an attempt for the analysis and estimation of the Russia’s economy growth possibilities because of the science parks’ factor, the main of which is the creation of the comfortable conditions for the establishment and development of start-ups, smooth work of the small innovative and other organizations. The analysis of the Russian economy indices is performed on the basis of the statistics data of the Russian Statistics Bureau published during 1995–2012.

The regressive dependencies, contained in the work and built according to the real statistics data, can provide some data, connected with the extensive component of the science parks factor effect (increase of the number of innovations, created because of the SP factor), such as the maximum possible Russian GDP in 2010, if the science parks supported all small businesses, GDP value expected in 2015 if the situation with the science parks is not changing and if the science parks fully support all small businesses and start-ups etc.

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International Journal of Economics and Finance  ISSN  1916-971X (Print) ISSN  1916-9728 (Online)

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