Nauka innov. 2015, 11(1):26-33

I.Yu. Yegorov
SI «Institute of Economics and Forecasting», NAS of Ukraine, Kyiv


Transforming Research Systems in Central and Eastern Europe: Possible Lessons for Ukraine

Section: Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Journal
Language: Ukrainian
Abstract: The milestones and characteristics of scientific systems’ transformation in Central and Eastern Europe are observed. Major problems of development, role of the EU in the corresponding processes of transformation are determined; conclusions regarding barriers toward reforms and factors which, on the contrary, have contributed to positive transformations are formulated. Some recommendations for reforming the scientific sphere in Ukraine are proposed.
Key words: scientific systems, Central and Eastern European countries, reforms.

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