Upgrade of Russian Industrial Corporations in The Conditions of Establishing a National Innovation Ecosystem
Sergey Ivanovich Dovguchits1, Artur Dmitrievich Bobryshev2, Vladimir Rafailovich Vesnin3, Marina Alekseevna Izmailovа4, Andrey Yurievich Moshin5

1Sergey Ivanovich Dovguchits, All-Russian Scientific Research Institute «Center», Moscow, Russia.
2Artur Dmitrievich Bobryshev, All-Russian Scientific Research Institute «Center», Moscow, Russia.
3Vladimir Rafailovich Vesnin, All-Russian Scientific Research Institute «Center», Moscow, Russia.
4Marina Alekseevna Izmailovа, Federal State-Funded Educational Institution of Higher Education “Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation”, Moscow, Russia.
5Andrey Yurievich Moshin, All-Russian Scientific Research Institute «Center», Moscow, Russia.

Manuscript received on 07 August 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 15 August 2019. | Manuscript published on 30 September 2019. | PP: 6701-6705 | Volume-8 Issue-3 September 2019 | Retrieval Number: C6577098319/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.C6577.098319
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Abstract: The article presents comparative analysis results for the state of the business environment for innovation transformations in the Russian economy by comparing Russia’s positions with those held by world powers in leading international ratings that characterize conditions for economic growth and quality of economic growth. The article shows data pointing to positive changes in the country’s competitiveness and its critical lag in terms of global leadership in high-tech markets and labor productivity. In the article, the authors assess the condition and development trends in the national innovation ecosystem, with close attention paid to the analysis of interaction among major venture market participants, the discovery of factors, which encourage and prevent its development. The authors emphasize that major industrial groups are introverts when executing domestic technology projects and ignoring their opportunities of breaking onto the venture market. The authors accept arguments in favor of choosing major industrial enterprises as targets of innovation policy as producers of faster and more tangible innovation results. They substantiate whether the development of Russian industrial enterprises under the Industrie 4.0 model is adequate, describe tools, measures and the best practices to bring innovations to the industrial sector. They draw a conclusion that the Russian industrial sector’s innovation development is possible and urgent as a factor of solidifying the country’s economic strength.
Keywords: Innovation, National Innovation Ecosystem, Industry, Innovation Development, Industrie 4.0.

Scope of the Article:
Web-Based Learning: Innovation and Challenges