Authors: Soboleva Ekaterina N., Chikov Mikhail V., Zaikovskaya Anastasia S.

 

Journal Title: SHS Web of Conferences
 
ISSN: 2261-2424 (Online)
 
Publisher: EDP Sciences
 
Abstract
 
The paper considers macro parameters of corporation innovation activity in the BRICS countries. The authors determine transnational corporation behavior strategies in the context of creating and transferring new knowledge, where developed countries (the USA, European countries and Japan) play an important role and take a leading position in this process. Companies from emerging economies focus on using and adopting innovations.
 
The reason for this is that knowledge “is coded” specifically, consequently the participants of its exchange have to be in similar intellectual space. Nevertheless, the market-leading corporations from the BRICS countries join the world chains of innovation creation, building their networks to satisfy their branches needs concerning technological decisions and personnel training.
 
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