UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIP AS IMPORTANT FACTOR OF SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL LEADERSHIP OF THE USA
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UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIP AS IMPORTANT FACTOR OF SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL LEADERSHIP OF THE USA
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Natalia Sudakova 
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91-109
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The article discloses the role of university-industry partnership in innovative development of the USA. The author reveals and analyzes the main stages of partnership evolution, its current state, the legislation applied, the directions and programs of the government support.
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USA, innovative system, scientific-technological leadership, universities, industry, business, partnership, government support
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09.12.2016
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