«Smart» Ecosystems In The Innovative Development Of The Territory


Modern conditions of innovative development of territories are determined by the processes of digitalization of almost all spheres of activity. The issues of adaptation of participants in the innovation process through integration mechanisms that form new models of cooperation and partnership in the format of economic systems (ecosystems) come to the fore. Studying the issues of ecosystem development reflected in scientific works, the conclusion is made about the role of the ecosystem as a sustainable coordination mechanism, where competition and cooperation cease to be mutually exclusive categories. For each participant, the ecosystem, on the one hand, is a key factor in determining the strategy and forming a competitive advantage, and on the other hand, it reveals the concept of a strategic niche for each participant as a set of resources and competencies that ensure value creation. At the same time, the predominance of cooperative relations that allow creating the network and synergistic effects does not exclude competition for resources and consumers at all. The article attempts to form and describe the starting points for the implementation of the ideas of innovative development of territories based on the formation of a new model of the innovation ecosystem based on the principles of cooperation and partnership. For this, in our opinion, it is appropriate to use the concept of «smart specialization» and the «quadruple innovation helix» model.

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Tronina, I. A., Tatenko, G. I., Bakhtina, S. S., Samokhina, A. D., & Mordovin, S. G. (2022). «Smart» Ecosystems In The Innovative Development Of The Territory. In & N. G. Bogachenko (Ed.), AmurCon 2021: International Scientific Conference, vol 126. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 989-1003). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2022.06.110