Development of High-Tech Business in Siberia: Constraints and Prospects

N. A. Kravchenko, S. A. Kuznetsova, A. T. Yusupova, S. R. Khalimova, N. P. Baldina

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Abstract

The article evaluates the state of high-tech and knowledge-intensive business in the regions of the Siberian Federal District and identifies their development constraints and prospects. Approaches to defining high-tech business are compared. Estimates are given for the spatial and sectoral structure of high-tech and knowledge-intensive business. An outline is given of the challenges and opportunities for the development of high-tech manufacturers and service-providers. It is shown that the role of high-tech and knowledge-intensive business in Siberia remains low: they form less than 10% of the regional economy. The service economy, represented by high-tech services, is developing at a higher pace in Siberia: air transportation services come first, followed by high-tech industrial services and small high-tech processing companies. Large high-tech companies are dependent on the government strategy. A strong differentiation exists between the regions of the Siberian Federal District in terms of presence and development of high-tech business. Novosibirsk oblast, Krasnoyarsk krai, and Irkutsk oblast can be considered regional leaders in high-tech production. Empirical data confirms that the most favorable conditions for the development of the new economy exist in regions with advanced science and education.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)146-154
Number of pages9
JournalRegional Research of Russia
Volume9
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Apr 2019
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • high-tech and knowledge-intensive business
  • Siberian Federal District
  • Siberian regions

OECD FOS+WOS

  • 1.05 EARTH AND RELATED ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
  • 5.07 SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY

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