Nauka innov. 2014, 10(3):69-79

N. Matselyuh, G. Demyanchuk
National University of State Tax Service of Ukraine, Irpin


Financing and Stimulation of Innovations’ Commercialization in Ukraine: Problems and Solutions

Section: The World of Innovations
Language: Ukrainian
Abstract: The article presents an analysis of the financial provision of scientific and technological developments commercialization in Ukraine, the problems of the crisis situation in the introducing new technologies at the domestic enterprises and the ways to stimulate the commercialization of scientific and technological developments.
Key words: innovation, innovation commercialization, innovation financing, innovation stimulation, taxation, profit tax.

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