ESTIMATION OF THE SHARE OF INNOVATIVE GOODS, WORKS AND SERVICES BY RUSSIAN REGIONS AND TYPES OF ACTIVITY

Authors

  • Iuliia Department of Economic Analysis and State Management

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.23925/2179-3565.2021v12i3p59-73%20

Keywords:

Innovative Products, Innovative Organizations, Regions of Russia, Normal Distribution Functions, Estimation of Share of Innovative Products

Abstract

Innovative activity of companies provides one of the most important directions of development of modern national economies. The purpose of our research is to assess the specific weights of the production volumes of goods, works, and services classified as innovative in the total production volumes of all organizations located in each of the regions of Russia, as well as those specializing in various types of economic activities. The study was based on official statistical information for all 82 regions of Russia and 45 types of economic activity. Economic and mathematical models describing the share of innovative goods, works, and services in total production volumes by region and industry have been developed. It is proved that the average share of innovative products for the period under review was about 5% of all manufactured products. It is shown that the values of the indicators were significantly differentiated by region and industry. The regions and types of economic activity with the maximum and minimum values of the share of innovative products are identified.

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2021-11-02