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A Mixed Type Method For Assessing Regional Innovation Potential (Example Of Tatarstan)

Table 2:

Group Indicators Source of information
Intraregional potential
Socio-economic potential Population of the area, million Rosstat
Area, million m2 Rosstat
Gross regional product per capita, million rubles Rosstat
Cash income per capita, rubles Rosstat
Resource potential
Personnel potential Number of personnel engaged in research and development, people Rosstat
Number of doctors, candidates of sciences, graduate students, applicants, people Rosstat
Number of organizations having graduate school, units Rosstat
Costs of staff training and advanced professional training related to innovation, thousand rubles Rosstat
Number of research institutes Rosstat
Number of state, municipal and non-state higher educational institutions, units Rosstat
Number of students studying in universities, thousand people Rosstat
Production and financial potential Capital investment, million rubles Rosstat
Costs of updating fixed capital and intangible assets, million rubles Rosstat
Costs of technological innovation, million rubles Rosstat
Volume of innovative products, goods, services, million rubles Rosstat
Number of advanced manufacturing technologies used, units Rosstat
Number of completed own innovations, units Rosstat
Number of acquired innovations, units Rosstat
Number of R&D performed, units Rosstat
Innovation efficiency
Innovation outcomes Revenue from the sale of products, works, services, thousand rubles Rosstat
Output of innovative products, million rubles Rosstat
Level of labor productivity, thousand rubles Rosstat
Increase in the number of small innovative enterprises, units Rosstat
Finance result of profitable enterprises, million rubles Rosstat
Finance result of unprofitable enterprises, million rubles Rosstat
Number of patents and certificates received, units Rospatent
Cost reduction, thousand rubles Rosstat
Reducing the burden on the environment, thousand rubles Rosstat
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