University Management: Practice and Analysis | VOL. 23


Publication Date Jan 1, 2019


Case. Since the mid-20th century, innovations and new technologies in developed countries have become a powerful driver for sustainable economic growth. According to experts, the GDP growth in these countries is by nearly 90 % ensured through the development of technological entrepreneurship. In Russia, technological (innovative) entrepreneurship is not the basis of economic growth for a number of reasons, which include lacking infrastructure for research and development in order to introduce innovations and implement innovative projects. In this regard, strengthening the interaction of the state, science and business is necessary, a vital role in it to be assigned to flagship regional universities. The article mainly aims at analyzing the potential of a flagship university for the development of technological entrepreneurship (on the example of Volgograd State Technical University) and at developing practical recommendations for innovative activities acceleration in the region. The systematic methodology of the research implies using general scientific methods of analyzing and synthesizing information, content analysis of normative legal acts of Volgograd region in the sphere of innovation regulation and documents on the university’s strategic development, comparative analysis and theoretical generalization, as well as the method of included observation. In addition, within this study, in Volgograd State Technical University there was conducted a survey among students of technical and economic profiles. The total sample of ...

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Development Of Technological Entrepreneurship
Technological Entrepreneurship
Development Of Entrepreneurship
Volgograd State Technical University
Flagship University
Implementing Training Programmes
Volgograd Region
Economic Profiles
Successful Implementation Of Innovation
Theoretical Generalization

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