Assessment Methodology Of The Clusters’ Effectiveness Impact On The Region Innovation Stability

Abstract

The study of the degree of influence of the efficiency of cluster functioning on innovation sustainability is based on: a systematic approach; the theory of economic security in the aspect of forming reference parameters to ensure the criterion of sustainability of innovative development; the method of complex rationing and the index method for developing a procedure for assessing the level of innovation sustainability of the territory; economic and statistical methods and expert assessment methods; the method of cluster analysis for assessing the degree of influence of cluster performance indicators on the level of innovative development of socio-economic systems. The algorithm of the assessment methodology includes the sequential implementation of three stages: 1) assessment of the effectiveness of clusters operating in the regions of the Russian Federation; 2) assessment of the level of innovation sustainability of the region; 3) assessment of the impact of the effectiveness of the functioning of cluster structures on innovation sustainability. The proposed methodological approach and the system of assessment indicators can be used by regional public authorities to monitor the state of efficiency of innovative and industrial clusters and innovation sphere. The results of the assessment can be used to adjust the existing and develop new conceptual documents and improve the methods of the implemented innovation, investment and cluster policy.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.25

Online ISSN

2357-1330