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Иновации.бг
Innovation.bg

Publishing House: Фондация »Приложни изследвания и комуникации«
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, Economy
Frequency: 1 issues
ISSN: 1313-1060
Status: Active

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Short Description

Since 2004 the Innovation.bg report offers to stakeholders a comprehensive annual performance assessment tool, which provides independent analysis of the national innovation system and the innovation performance of the national economy, based on original survey and other micro-studies. Innovation.bg applies its own original methodology to assess the degree of business innovation activity, based on the understanding of the types of innovation and the degree of novelty of introduced innovation products and processes. The innovation index of the Bulgarian economy is an integrated indicator for innovativeness on company level measuring four types of innovations: product, process, marketing and organizational. Traditionally, the Innovation.bg report assesses Bulgaria’s innovation potential in five fundamental fields: 1) Innovation Product, which indicates the results of the national R&D system; 2) Entrepreneurship and innovation networks – the launch of new enterprises and the bounding of the existing ones in international R&D networks; 3) Investment and Financing of Innovation – considers the role of foreign direct investment and the import of R&D products and knowledge in the transfer of foreign products and knowledge as well as the available instruments for R&D investment 4) Human capital for innovation – reviews the available human resources needed for innovation development; and 5) Information and communication technologies (ICT) – which analyses the existing ICT infrastructure and its use as R&D catalyst. Innovation.bg offers policy recommendations and reviews the national policy as part of the European innovation policy. It is being published annually stressing upon up-to-date economic and financial challenges.