Assessment of Industrial and Financial Applications of Innovation Development
Yuriy A. Shamsutdinov1, Pavel P. Bochkovskiy2, Konstantin V. Lebedvev3, Igor M. Khasuntsev4
1Yuriy A. Shamsutdinov*, Scientific Research Institute Federal Research Centre for Projects Evaluation and Consulting Services (SRI FRCEC), Moscow, Russia.
2Pavel P. Bochkovskiy, Scientific Research Institute Federal Research Centre for Projects Evaluation and Consulting Services (SRI FRCEC), Moscow, Russia.
3Konstantin V. Lebedvev, Scientific Research Institute Federal Research Centre for Projects Evaluation and Consulting Services (SRI FRCEC), Moscow, Russia.
4Igor M. Khasuntsev, Scientific Research Institute – Federal Research Centre for Projects Evaluation and Consulting Services (SRI FRCEC), Moscow, Russia.
Manuscript received on January 11, 2020. | Revised Manuscript received on January 24, 2020. | Manuscript published on February 10, 2020. | PP: 1502-15011 | Volume-9 Issue-4, February 2020. | Retrieval Number: D1664029420/2020©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.D1664.029420
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Abstract: The purpose of this study is to make an analysis of indicators and methods used to calculate the Global Innovation Index (GII), which assesses the level of innovation development in a country . Within this index the shortcomings lead to overestimation for the developing countries . These indicators predominantly reflect not the achieved innovation development level, but the country’s potential to achieve it. The GDP (less than the resource rent ), calculated using the purchasing power parity and normalized per the number of people employed in a country, was chosen as baseline. In calculating the integral indicator (Ri), the baseline was adjusted for the country’s competitiveness level and the Gini coefficient. The integral indicator values were derived for the selected states of OECD and BRICS (total of 38 countries) and the countries were ranked respectively . To substantiate the validity of the suggested methodology and the objectiveness of the assessment, a comparison with the estimates using the GII was carried out. It is offered to estimate the achieved innovation level by the outcome indicators, namely, by the indicators reflecting the attained level of social and economic development on the premise that this level has been reached due to innovation and these in dicator sare in variant to the countries’ development level. The suggested methodology can be considered either separately in the process of assessing the innovation development level of a country or as a complementary to the assessment using the GII , which allows to analyze the country’s prospects in terms of in novation proceeding from the ‘attained level’.
Keywords: Innovation Development level , Innovation Index, Rating, Competitiveness, Gini Coefficient , Assessment Methodology, Level of Social and Economic Development
Scope of the Article: Recent Trends & Developments in Computer Networks