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Инновации и культура: важность методологии анализа

https://doi.org/10.32609/0042-8736-2018-9-70-94

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В статье анализируется доказательность утверждений о влиянии культурных ценностей на уровень инновационной активности национальной и региональной экономики, отдельных фирм и инноваторов. Такие утверждения основаны на существовании корреляции между социетальными ценностями и различными индикаторами инновационной активности, но возможные механизмы влияния не описываются и эмпирически не верифицируются. Показано, что репрезентация национальной культуры социетальными ценностями не релевантна ее содержанию, в силу чего любые утверждения о влиянии культуры на инновационные процессы лишены оснований. Поэтому чтобы понять, что именно и как в национальной культуре воздействует на инновации, необходимы исследования, опирающиеся на ее иные репрезентации.

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В. Л. Тамбовцев
МГУ имени М. В. Ломоносова.
Россия

Тамбовцев Виталий Леонидович, д. э. н., проф., гл. н. с. экономического факультета МГУ имени М. В. Ломоносова.

Москва.

 



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