Financing and Stimulation of Innovation Commercialization in Ukraine: Problems and Solutions

TitleFinancing and Stimulation of Innovation Commercialization in Ukraine: Problems and Solutions
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsMatselyuh, NP, Demyanchuk, GV
Short TitleSci. innov.
SectionThe World of Innovations

The article deals with the analysis of financial support of R&D commercialization in Ukraine, the crisis in the sphere of implementation of new technologies at the domestic enterprises, and with ways to stimulate the R&D commercialization.

Keywordsinnovation, innovation commercialization, innovation financing, innovation stimulation, profit tax, taxation

1. Balytska,V.V.: Provision of the National Economy with Resources: the Declared Targets and the Real Status.Topical Problems of Economy, 12, 73-84 (2011) (in Ukrainian).
2. Chemodurov, O.M.: Problems of Funding of Innovative Activities. Economy of Ukraine, 1, 40-50(2013) (in Ukrainian).
3. Demyanchuk, G.V.: Ways for Transition of Ukraine from Resource-Based Economy to Innovative One. Collection of Worksof the 2nd International Workshop “Ukraine in Mew Reality: Political, Economic, and Legal Benchmarks, 190-196 (2011) (in Ukrainian).
4. Mykhailovska, O.: European Paradoxof Innovation Development: Lessons for Ukraine.Economy of Ukraine, 36, 80-85(2006) (in Ukrainian).
5. Bazhal, Yu.M. (1996).Economic Theory of Technological Reforms (educational book). Kyiv: Zapovit (in Ukrainian).
6. Hendler, G.: Tax Mechanism for Stimulation of Investment Activities.Bulletin of Tax Service, 32, 25-28(2006) (in Ukrainian).
7. Kuzmin, O.Ye.: Financial Component of Development and Funding of National Innovation System.Finance of Ukraine, 5, 21-30(2009) (in Ukrainian).
8. Krupka, M.I. (2003).Financial and Credit Mechanism for Innovative Development of Economy of Ukraine. Author’s Abstract. Kyiv (in Ukrainian).
9. Kuznetsova, I.S. Institute of Venture Investments: Status and Prospects for Development.Science and Innovation, 4, 1, 87-95 (2008) (in Ukrainian).
10. Fedulova, L. and Pashuta, M.: The Development of National Innovation System of Ukraine. Economy of Ukraine, 4, 45-47(2005) (in Ukrainian).
11. Nezhyborets, V: Foreign Experience of the Government Support of Venture Activities.Theory and Practice of Intellectual Property, 4, 83-88(2012) (in Ukrainian).
12. Popova, E.V.: How to Pass Through Death Valley or Why Do We Need Technology Commercialization?Innovation, 8 (85), 12-14(2005) (in Russian).
13. Kriukov, D. and Pokrovskii, K.: Intellectual Property Created at the Expense of Public Money. The U.S. Government Policy.Electronics: Science, Technology, and Business, 3, 88-91(2004) (in Russian).
14. Mazur, A.A. and Pustovoit, S.V.: Role of the State in Consolidation of Innovative Potential of Ukrainian Science and Industry.Science and Innovation, 7, 4, 47—51 (2011) (in Russian).
15. Grinyov, B.: Innovative Ideas Have Their Money Value. Zerkalo nedeli, 15, 13(2013) (in Russian).
16. Fedulova, L.I.: Corporate Structures in Innovative Activities: World Experience and Opportunities for Ukraine.Economics and Forecasting, 4, 9-27 (2004) (in Ukrainian).
17. Tax Relief System in Ukraine in the Context of European Experience. (2006). In Sokolovska, A.M. (Ed.)Kyiv: R&D Financial Institute (in Ukrainian).
18. Ivanov, Yu.B. (2006). Tax Aspects of Competitiveness.Competitive Ability: Science and Practice.Kharkiv: Inject (in Ukrainian).
19. Yasin, Ye: The State Burden and Economic Policy. Economic Issues, 11, 4-30(2002) (in Russian).
20. Glaziev, S.: Not to Lose the Last Chance. Russian Economic Journal, 1, 3-7(2002) (in Russian).
21. Moldovan, A.: Public Finance of Ukraine: Threats are Escalated.Zerkalo nedeli, 6 (54), 8(2012) (in Russian).