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Innovation systems depend on information technologies. The intense international competition encourages states to interact as they allocate resources, search for new markets, expand their economic presence, etc. The authors analyzed the strategic opportunities for the development of the national innovation system in the process of implementing financial innovations. The research relied on the theoretical and methodological provisions of the School of Strategizing developed by Professor Vladimir Kvint, Doctor of Economic Sciences, Foreign Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

innovation strategy, national innovation system, financial innovation
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