ADJUSTING THE GLOBAL ECONOMY INNOVATION DEVELOPMENT TO THE SLUGGISH CRISIS: HOW LONG "INNOVATION PAUSE" LASTS?
Published: 28 Aug 2016
Abstract: The author puts forward the hypothesis that in last few decades, the social mechanisms that reproduce economic cycles has grown complicated and that, in particular, led to a significant decrease of innovation efficiency as a growth boosting mechanism, and has resulted in an "innovation pause". The current development of the world economy is moving to a new stage under deep transformation process. In the long term, the innovative processes would not be developed on the base of traditional technological innovations, but rather on a new type of financial innovation that is Impact investments.
Keywords: societal objectivization, financial crisis, economic cycles, non-market economy, reproduction, innovation
Cite this article: Igor E. Frolov. ADJUSTING THE GLOBAL ECONOMY INNOVATION DEVELOPMENT TO THE SLUGGISH CRISIS: HOW LONG "INNOVATION PAUSE" LASTS?. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Economy & Business 10, 424-439 (2016). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1001254/
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