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SSN 1995-459X print
E-ISSN 2312-9972 online
ISSN 2500-2597 online English

Leonid Gokhberg

Foresight and STI Governance is an international interdisciplinary peer-reviewed open-access journal. It publishes original research articles, offering new theoretical insights and practical knowledge related to the following areas: strategic planning, science, technology, and innovation (STI) policy, foresight and other future studies. 
The mission of the journal is to promote the development of analytical and foresight research in the field of science, technology and innovation, scientific, technical and innovation policy; the implementation of international standards for research and communications; fostering the culture of future anticipation in Russia.
Published since 2007 in 2014 Foresight Journal launched its English title — Foresight and STI Governance.

The journal acts as a scientific forum, contributing to the interaction between researchers, policy makers, and other actors involved in innovation processes. It encompasses all aspects of STI policy and the creation of technological, organizational, marketing, and social innovations. Foresight and STI Governance welcomes works from scholars based in all parts of the world. 

The journal considers articles on the following themes:

- Foresight methods and best practices;
- Long-term social and economic priorities for strategic planning and policy making;
- Innovation strategies at the national, regional, sectoral, and corporate levels;
- The development of National Innovation Systems;
- The analysis of the innovation lifecycle from idea to the market; 
- Technological trends, breakthroughs, and grand challenges;
- Technological changes and their implications for economy, policy-making, and society;
- Corporate innovation management;
- Human capital in STI; 

and many others. 

The journal ranks in the second quartile (Q2) of the Scopus database in several categories, such as: Economics, Econometrics and Finance (miscellaneous) (close to Q1); Business, Management and Accounting (Strategy and Management); and Social Sciences (Development).

The target audience of the journal encompasses scholars, university professors, policy-makers, business people, the expert community, undergraduates and post-graduates, and others who are interested in S&T and innovation analyses, foresight studies, and policy issues.

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User Innovation in the Digital Economy


Pilot Innovative Territorial Clusters in Russia: A Sustainable Development Model

The Innovative Platform Programme in South Korea: Economic Policies in Innovation-Driven Growth


Russian Science and Technology Foresight - 2030: Key Features and First Results

“Whirlpools” and “Safe Harbors” in the Dynamics of Industrial Specialization in Russian Regions


Strategy 2020: New Outlines of Russian Innovation Policy 

Russian Technograds: The Technological Profiles of the Cities

  Cluster Policy in Russia: From Theory to Practice

Patterns of Investing into Business R&D in South Africa

  Foresight, competitive intelligence and business analytics - Tools for making industrial programmes more efficient

Strategic Entrepreneurship in Russia during Economic Crisis 

  Fostering Innovation Performance of Russian Manufacturing Enterprises: New Opportunities and Limitations

Social Entrepreneurship Policy: Evidences from the Italian Reform

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