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Innovations in management of space technologies development in the United States: analysis of the NASA experience
Yanik Andrey Aleksandrovich

PhD in Technical Science

Andrey A. Yanik
 
Leading Researcher, the Institute of Socio-Political Research, the Russian Academy of Sciences
 

119333, Russia, Gorod federal'nogo znacheniya Moskva, g. Moscow, ul. Fotievoi, 6, korp.1, of. 1

cpi_2002_1@yahoo.co.uk
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Abstract.

The object of this research is the methods of state management over the development of science and innovations in the area of space exploration. The subject of this research is NASA’s experience in development and refinement of priorities of the scientific-technological development in the conditions of the rapidly changing world. In addition to assessment of the more significant changes in the institutional legal bases of NASA’s function as a whole and the space industry in particular, a special attention is given to the analysis of the technological roadmaps of NASA (implemented in 2010) and the results of the 2016 arrangement of technologies based on their level and priority. The author notes that the modern national innovative system of the United States has an advanced network structure, which allows it to potentially realize a full innovative cycle, ranging from scientific research to formation of the corresponding market. The elements of this system are in a state of constant development and improvement with consideration of the realities of the rapidly changing world. A conclusion is made on the progress of the scientific capacity of the state policy of the United States in the area of development of space technologies. The NASA experience demonstrates the efficiency of the flexible decentralized solutions for management of technological development in the context of new challenges.  

Keywords: NASA, USA, Technology Priorities, Technology Roadmaps, Space Technologies, Science Policy, Space Policy, Innovations, Disruptive Technology, Space Studies

DOI:

10.7256/2453-8817.2016.1.20315

Article was received:

17-09-2016


Review date:

19-09-2016


Publish date:

04-10-2016


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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