Emerging Innovation in Emerging Economies: Can Institutional Reforms Help Russia Break Through Its Historical Barriers?

@article{McCarthy2014EmergingII,
  title={Emerging Innovation in Emerging Economies: Can Institutional Reforms Help Russia Break Through Its Historical Barriers?},
  author={Daniel J. McCarthy and Sheila M. Puffer and Loren Graham and Daniel M. Satinsky},
  journal={Thunderbird International Business Review},
  year={2014},
  volume={56},
  pages={243-260}
}
This article investigates Russia's historical and current innovation initiatives through the lens of institutional theory, utilizing the triple-helix innovation model, which we have extended to include the context of Russian culture. The Russian government has embarked upon a national innovation policy and has committed billions of dollars with the goal of developing a knowledge-based economy to enhance participation in the global arena, while simultaneously diversifying away from energy and… 
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