This workshop report focuses on successes and failures of small innovative firms in five science cities in Russia. The workshop was organized by the NRC with the cooperation of Minatom.
National Research Council. 2002. Successes and Difficulties of Small Innovative Firms in Russian Nuclear Cities: Proceedings of a Russian-American Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/10392.
|Nuclear Cities Initiative: Interests of the Program||1-7|
|Analysis of the Results of the Targeted Program for Promoting Employment for the Population of Minatom Closed Administrative-Territorial Zones for 1998-2000||8-21|
|Technobusiness in Russia's Atomic Cities||22-23|
|Innovation Activity in Russian Higher Education||24-38|
|Challenges at the Zelenograd Technopark||39-47|
|State's Efforts in Small Business Development: Two Models||48-56|
|Development of Small Innovative Companies in Sarov to Serve the Russian Market||57-67|
|Development of Small Innovative Companies in Snezhinsk to Serve the Russian Market||68-78|
|Development of Small Innovative Companies in Zarechny to Serve the Russian Market||79-87|
|Development of Small Innovative Companies in Obninsk to Serve the Russian Market||88-96|
|Companies Based on Technologies Developed at U.S. National Laboratories||97-100|
|The Creation of Sustainable Business in Russia's Nuclear Cities||101-110|
|Russian and American Business Practices and Laws: Advice to Businesses in Russian Nuclear Cities||111-113|
|Support for Innovation Activites by the City Administration: Review of Innovative Firms in Zheleznogorsk||114-138|
|Steps Taken by the Zarechny City Administration to Support Small Innovative Companies||139-147|
|The Role of Foreign Partners as Investors or Customers in the Development of Small Inonovative Business in Snezhinsk||148-156|
|Steps Taken by the Sarov City Administration and Most Important Organizations in Support of Small Innovative Businesses||157-166|
|Activities of the Obninsk City Administration Aimed at Supporting Small Innovative Firms||167-181|
|Small Business and the Macro Economy: Some Observations||182-189|
|Steps Being Undertaken by the Snezhinsk City Administration to Support Small Innovative Companies||190-199|
|The Role of Foreign Partners as Investors or Customers in the Development of Small Innovative Firms||200-208|
|The Role of Foreign Partners as Investors and Customers in the Development of Small Innovative Companies||209-215|
|The Role of Nongovernmental Approaches to Business Development||216-222|
|Small Innovative Business in the Nuclear Cities||223-229|
|Highlights of Presentations and Discussions||230-232|
|Appendix A: Committee Members and Participants||233-238|
|Appendix B: Russian Science Cities||239-242|
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