Prosperity Of The Population As A Prior Direction In The Choice Of Innovation Projects
AbstractIn Russia innovations are declared as a priority of regional development. At the level of the federal authority it is declared that a considerable number of projects are an indicator of qualitative development of region. As a result, many regions welcome any innovative projects which are offered to implementation. However the question of utility of the project for the territory isn't estimated. Prosperity of the population should become a priority at the choice of projects. It is offered to consider operative and strategic prospects of prosperity for the project selection.
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