Technology transfer is a necessary tool for the implementation of innovations in Russia: NASA experience in information support of the space technologies transfer in the commercial sector
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Kozireva Nataliya M. Doctor of Economics, Professor Paleev Denis L. PhD in Technical Sciences, Associated professor. Leading expert. Institute of Applied Technical and Economic Researches and Examinations. Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia Ozhiganov Edvard N. PhD in Philosophy, Professor. The head of foreign economic activity department. Tarzhmanova Rysa Sh. Graduate student of the base department «Applied Economics».
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In modern conditions, the effectiveness of national space programs is largely determined by the ability to use their results to alternative destinations, as in other sectors of the economy. This creates a multiplier effect on the budget allocation in space activity, which contributes to increasing the competitiveness of the whole economy. In Russia, the problem of interaction between enterprises RCP private sector is particularly acute. A significant increase in budget expenditures and reform of the RCP have not yet led to an increase in commercialization achievements of the industry the commercial sector. Is largely due to the lack of adequate information support, which forms the point of contact between stakeholders and creates a basis for the development of public-private partnership (PPP). The article examines the experience of information support technology transfer at NASA and other agencies of the world's leading aerospace, which can be used in the activities of Roscosmos
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Kozireva N.M., Paleev D.L., Ozhiganov E.N., Tarzhmanova R.S., (2014), TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER IS A NECESSARY TOOL FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INNOVATIONS IN RUSSIA: NASA EXPERIENCE IN INFORMATION SUPPORT OF THE SPACE TECHNOLOGIES TRANSFER IN THE COMMERCIAL SECTOR. Business in Law, 6: 189-192.
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Keywords:
Innovation, the transfer of space technologies, information support, public-private partnership (PPP).