Co-organised by Ministry of Education and Science, Russian Federation and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Moscow, December 16-17, 2004
Innovation is of strategic importance to long term economic growth in Russia. While Russia still enjoys a strong science system, the commercialisation of science, through strong industry/science relationships, remains a key challenge for Russia. To address this challenge, the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation and the OECD’s Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry are carrying out a joint project on the development of Public-Private Partnerships (PP/Ps) for innovation in Russia.
The objective of this joint project is to develop policy recommendations for the Russian government on the role that public-private partnership should play within the overall Russian S&T policy, and on how to design, finance and manage such PP/Ps, taking into account good practices in OECD countries as well as the specific features of the Russian innovation system, including present forms of collaboration between public research institutions and industry.
To discuss the role of PP/Ps in an overall strategy to promote innovation-led growth in Russia
To present and discuss the draft OECD-Russia PP/P project report, especially its part on policy recommendations
To disseminate the experience of OECD countries in promoting and managing public-private partnerships for innovation
Conference Language: Russian and English, with simultaneous translation.
Participants: 80-100 participants from government agencies, research institutions, and business enterprises from Russia and OECD countries.
Date and Venue: 16-17 December 2004, Conference-hall of Le Meridien Moscow Country Club, Moscow, Russia
See also the draft agenda (pdf, 127Kb)
Fostering Public-Private Partnership for Innovation in Russia