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Russian version ISSN: 2686-6706 (Print) ISSN: 2686-6714 (Online) Subscription index: 65055
'Science Management and Scientometrics' Journal
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Mobilization of Russian science: soft or hard scenario?

Gusev A.B.

Issue 3(21)/2016

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Annotation

The paper studies the mobilization of non-military science, suffering of internal crisis. The aims of such a mobilization are: to perform a complex of vital scientific and technical tasks set within the military-industrial complex, to enable import substitution in the non-military sectors, due to the external economic sanctions, and to develop perspective research directions. It is shown, with some examples of the decision-making low speed within the science infrastructure development and dealing with talented youth, that the current R&D regulators’ passiveness is unacceptable under new conditions. The analysis of the President of Russia May decrees and a series of his instructions revealed the soft model of the science mobilization, which, in case of its failure, will be replaced by a hard scenario. The necessary conditions for the non-military science hard mobilization start are defined, including the centralization of financial resources, a moratorium on the multiplicity of research funding sources and the traditional R&D contest. The formation of an “emergency” state authority is contemplated in purpose of the nonmilitary science mobilization and achieving the goals of the mobilization period. The mobilization format of the state task for universities is proposed, as an instrument of University science mobilization.

Keywords

State scientific and technical policy, non-military science, mobilization of science, state task in science
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