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Galina Kitova1
  • 1 National Research University Higher School of Economics, 20 Myasnitskaya Str., Moscow, 101000, Russian Federation

State Research Institutions: Outlines of Future Reforms

2010. Vol. 4. No. 3. P. 40–54 [issue contents]
Аpproximately one half of all Russian state owned institutions are created for implementation of managerial, social, cultural and other non-commercial functions. The most significant legal novelties for them are connected with the adoption of an amended Budgetary Code (2007) and singling out three types of state institutions – autonomous (2006), state and new type of budget-funded (2010).  These new legal opportunities have broadened prospects for reforming state scientific institutions which comprise almost one third of the overall population of R&D units in Russia. Anti and post-crisis policies of the Russian government are focused on efficient use of budgetary allocations, restructuring and shrinking the network of budgetary-supported institutions, as well as on boosted economic modernization and transition to innovation-based economic growth. It  makes the reform of state scientific institutions urgent. An article provides detailed analysis of resources and productivity of state R&D institutions in Russia and describes potential directions of their restructuring.
Citation: Kitova G. (2010) Gosudarstvennye uchrezhdeniya nauki: kontury predstoyashchey reformy [State Research Institutions: Outlines of Future Reforms]. Foresight-Russia, vol. 4, no 3, pp. 40-54 (in Russian)
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