DEVELOPMENT OF NANO-ECONOMY AS A FACTOR OF FORMING THE EFFECTIVE NATIONAL INNOVATION SYSTEM OF SINGAPORE

Tetiana Ostapenko

Abstract


The article reveals the theoretical and methodological interpretation of the innovation system, when it determined the structure of the national innovation system. It is noted that the components of the national innovation system are elements, stages and subjects. The main elements are the scientific, technical, production and management. Scientific and technical organization responsible for basic research, applied research implementation and technology transfer from research institutions to production entities. The industrial element is characterized by the implementation of technology in the industry. Management invention provides an element of organizational know-how that would receive revenue from the introduction of the newest technological solutions. Such an approach to the definition of innovation system author used in the analysis of such a system in Singapore. Common indicators confirmed the level of scientific, manufacturing and managerial innovation system segments of Singapore. In statistics of the country, these data are: higher education sector (Science and Technology segment), private sector (commercial segment) and the government sector (management segment). The study concluded that the human factor in a country like Singapore, is the basis of scientific, technical, production and management changes in the development of the national innovation system.

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national economy; national innovation system; elements; stages and subjects of innovation system; nano-technology; nano-economy; a single individual

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21303/2504-5571.2016.00201



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