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Institutional Infrastructure Component of Innovative University as a Resource for Strategic Development

Institutional Infrastructure Component of Innovative University as a Resource for Strategic Development

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 7 (no. 1),

The paper analyzes the mission of the organization innovative infrastructure on the selection of production routines and selecting those that provide it a competitive advantage, since the introduction of innovations is a total change of abilities, skills, competencies demanded in the economic process and requires a fundamentally new organizational structure and the types of innovative infrastructure to ensure that the new working environment, and support the reproduction of innovation. We show the dominance in the domestic trials of hard state-centric models of construction and development of innovation infrastructure, including the academic world, although international experience demonstrates a shift in emphasis towards "soft" institutionalization of public infrastructure policy. We tested production of innovative active agents of the general standards activity, optimal behaviors that reduce transaction costs and ensure the development and dissemination of innovative organizational competencies in the external environment.


Keywords: innovative infrastructure; institutional factor; national innovation system; the theory of the triple helix; institutional subsystem; the duality of the University’s innovation infrastructure; innovation entrepreneurship infrastructure.

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