Cooperative strategies in innovation


Doctor of Economics, Professor
Russia, South Scientific Center RAS

PhD, Associate Professor
Russia, Academy of Marketing, Social and Information Technologies

graduate student
Russia, Kuban State University


In the knowledge economy one of the conventional ways to obtain economic agents access to new knowledge and technology is the creation and implementation of specific cooperative strategies, such as the formation of alliances with other economic agents. Combining competencies partners in joint research and development has a positive impact on innovation, but it is a partial convergence of competences partners that in the long term can lead to the unification of competences agents economic system and reduce their innovative activity. In this paper, we propose an effective method of information management in the implementation of a cooperative strategy of innovation.


innovation, information and communication technology, quality, efficiency, cognitive distance, transfer of knowledge.

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The work was supported by the RHF Foundation, project number 10-02-38219a_yu.

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Ratner Svetlana Valerevna , Malkhasian Samvel Sergeevich , Vranchan Natalia Anatolevna
Cooperative strategies in innovation// Modern Management Technology. ISSN 2226-9339. – #12 (36). Art. # 3605. Date issued: . Available at:

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