The centers of the innovation economy are agglomerations with scientific centers, active business and highly qualified personnel.
New challenges associated with the imposition of sanctions are, among other things, an opportunity for the development of a domestic innovative product. In a situation of turbulence, it is important to retain highly qualified personnel and support science. It is necessary to understand which sectors of the innovative economy are necessary in the current situation, what is needed for them to develop effectively.
– The first results of the impact of sanctions on the innovation economy.
– The main problems faced by science and business (ban on the export and import of technologies, equipment, changes in sup-ply chains, outflow of personnel).
– Sanctions impact on ongoing projects, first losses and acquisitions. Possible points of growth.
– Reassembly and systematization of support measures in order to increase their effect.
Organizers: Center for Strategic Research, Center for Strategic Research North-West
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Kuznetsov Eduard, The State Duma of the Russian Federation. Deputy, Member of Economic policy
Tihonov Rustam, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation. Advisor to the Minister
Salkutsan Sergey, Innovations and Youth Initiatives Support Foundation of St. Petersburg. Director
Zyrjanov Aleksandr, Investment promotion agency. CEO
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