Technological component of innovation development under the prism of industry trajectory

Suren Genrikhovych Mikaelyan


Introduction. Author specified technological innovation development path, characterized by different sources of innovation and technology. We discovered the features of the domestic industry trajectories with significant economies of scale based on manufacturing industries, which includes the development of internal R & D units, adaptation of borrowed technologies to Ukrainian conditions and form their own strategy research.

Purpose. Clarification of technological innovation trajectories of development, characterized by different sources of innovation and technology, and grounding of circuits sectoral areas of national innovative architecture.

Results. The trajectories of innovation and technological development tend to converge due to the fact that the technology creates the demand for innovation. Thus, it is necessary to maintain a high level of technology economy to achieve the required qualitative and quantitative growth of innovation.Therefore, at the stage of modernization the basis for sectoral trajectories should not be the creation of new technologies, but their borrowing. Simulation of the technologies is more effective and profitable for the appropriate stage of development sectoral economy due to the limited possibility of creation and implementation of the innovations on the old technological bases, complementary technologies, cheap loans and lack of risk. 


innovation development; types of innovation; technological innovations; industry trajectories

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