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Dear authors and readers! Starting from the issue 2, 2019 the name of the scientific journal has been changed. The new name of the journal is "Science Governance and Scientometrics". From 2020 Science Governance and Scientometrics has been included in the VAK (Higher Attestation Commission List.

Volume 15, issue 4/2020

Focus and scope: Scientometrics

Monitoring Performance of the Strategy for Scientific and Technological Development of the Russian Federation

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Abstract

Introduction. The list of implementation indicators of the Strategy for Scientific and Technological Development of the Russian Federation was formed taking into account its key provisions, and monitoring their dynamics provides an opportunity to demonstrate how the objectives of scientific and technological development of the Russian Federation, progress in implementing the priorities of scientific and technological development, meeting the objectives of state policy in science and technology and overall results of the Strategy's implementation have been achieved. Achievement of the targets and the implementation indicators of the Strategy will contribute, among other things, to the achievement of national goals and strategic objectives for the development of the Russian Federation, listed in the Decree No. 474 of the President of the Russian Federation dated 21 July 2020 on ensuring the presence of the Russian Federation among the world's ten leading countries in research and development, particularly by creating an effective system of higher education. Monitoring Tools. Monitoring tools are formal logic methods such as classification, analysis, synthesis, deduction and induction. The monitoring was conducted on the basis of data from the statistical reporting forms of the Federal State Statistics Service 2-science, 4-innovation, 2-MP innovation, 1-technology as well as information from open sources. Results. Monitoring of the Strategy implementation indicators for 2017–2019, assessment of the dynamics and achievement of indicator scores at the end of the study period, identification of indicators with positive and negative trends and the factors affecting the achievement of target scores were carried out. A list of government measures for each assessment indicator is provided to achieve the targets for the planning period. Conclusion. The monitoring revealed the ambiguity in the interpretation of some indicators for assessing the implementation of the Strategy for Scientific and Technological Advancement of Russia. Recommendations are made to improve the methodology for calculating individual indicators. The research results are of practical importance and can be used to formulate the policy of scientific and technological advancement of the country.

Keywords

Scientific and technological advancement strategy, STAS, STAS indicators, implementation indicators, monitoring, the achievement of targets, target indicators, science and technology development, STA, science and technology policy

Information about the authors

Viktoria V. Lapochkina, Cand.Sci. (Economics), Head of the Center for Monitoring the Strategic Development of Science and Innovation, Russian Research Institute of Economics, Politics and Law in Science and Technology (20A Dobrolyubova St., Moscow 127254, Russia), ORCID:https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3465-098X. Her research interests include the study of economic and legal problems of state management of innovative development of the scientific and technological complex, including the formation of the market for the results of intellectual activity, financing of research and development, as well as issues of managing the competitiveness of research and development.

Andrey V. Klypin, Cand.Sci. (Economics), Deputy Director for Research, Head of the Intellectual Property Analysis and Forecasting Sector, Russian Research Institute of Economics, Politics and Law in Science and Technology (20A Dobrolyubova St., Moscow 127254, Russia), ORCID:http://orcid.org/0000-0002-5735-0824. His scientific interests include studying the problems of implementing public scientific and technological policy at the national level, researching tools and mechanisms for financing scientific and technological activities as well as analysis of the issues of interaction between the government, scientific, educational and commercial organisations in the course of research and development.

Vladislava N. Dolgova, Cand.Sci. (Economics), Head of the Sector for Monitoring the Socioeconomic Development of the Scientific and Technical Sphere, Russian Research Institute of Economics, Politics and Law in Science and Technology (20A Dobrolyubova St., Moscow 127254, Russia), ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3077-2517. Her research interests include monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of scientific and educational activities, theory of statistics and visualization of statistical data.

Sergey S. Vyunov, Research Associate, Russian Research Institute of Economics, Politics and Law in Science and Technology (20A Dobrolyubova St., Moscow 127254, Russia), ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2291-0334. His research interests include analysis of patent activity of Russian and foreign researchers, financing of science and technology.

Authors’ contribution:

  • V. V. Lapochkina – conceptualisation of the article, analysis of innovation indicators of science development, drawing conclusions;
  • A. V. Klypin – analysis of the financial and patent activity performance of science development, identification of research and development funding problems, drawing conclusions;
  • V. N. Dolgova – analysis of publication performance metrics of researchers, analysis of the staffing performance metrics in science development, identification of staffing shortage issues in science;
  • S. S. Vyunov – analysis of financial and patent activity performance metrics of Russian researchers, making proposals for research.
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