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Ranking of Innovative Regions of Russia

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The Association of Innovative Regions of Russia (AIRR) developed its ranking in 2012, in cooperation with the Ministry of Economic Development, for monitoring and management purposes.

The ranking of innovation regions reflects actual results of innovative development of all constituent entities of the Russian Federation, with particular attention paid to the analysis of the positions of the regions that are members of the Association, the reasons for their movement in the final ranking and its sub-rankings. The regions have been measured on 29 indicators since 2016, when six principally different indicators were added, grouped into one semantic category, “Innovative Activity in the Region.” The indicators of the three basic semantic categories remained unchanged, so as to be able to track longterm dynamics in the key areas of development.

“It is important to note that the AIRR ranking is not based on expert evaluations, but on quantitative indicators, which makes it more objective and identifies the leaders on each criterion, shows the strengths and weaknesses of each region’s development,” AIRR Director Ivan Fedotov said. “The ranking creates an element of competition for the regions; a region’s position shows how well the team has worked overall during a given period. This allows managers to see the fine dynamics of innovation activity in the region and use the ranking as a tool for managing the regional innovation system.”

 

2017 Ranking Results

Ranking

Region

I=Σi/29

% of average

Group

Change of position in the ranking*

1

Moscow

0.73

190.3%

Strong innovators

1

2

St. Petersburg

0.70

181.9%

-1

3

Republic of Tatarstan

0.68

177.5%

0

4

Tomsk Region

0.60

156.7%

3

5

Novosibirsk Region

0.59

154.6%

6

6

Kaluga Region

0.58

151.0%

2

7

Republic of Bashkortostan

0.57

149.5%

8

8

Nizhny Novgorod Region

0.57

149.1%

-4

9

Moscow Region

0.57

148.0%

-3

10

Samara Region

0.57

147.8%

4

11

Krasnoyarsk Region

0.54

141.6%

11

12

Tula Region

0.53

138.0%

Medium strong innovators

6

13

Sverdlovsk Region

0.53

137.6%

-4

14

Republic of Mordovia

0.52

136.4%

6

15

Perm Region

0.52

136.1%

-3

16

Ulyanovsk Region

0.51

133.4%

-3

17

Voronezh Region

0.50

129.3%

0

18

Lipetsk Region

0.48

125.7%

13

19

Rostov Region

0.48

125.1%

7

20

Yaroslavl Region

0.47

123.8%

-15

21

Chelyabinsk Region

0.47

122.6%

-5

22

Vladimir Region

0.47

121.6%

1

23

Chuvash Republic

0.46

121.1%

-4

24

Penza Region

0.45

117.9%

-14

25

Khabarovsk Territory

0.43

112.1%

5

26

Tyumen Region (without autonomous areas)

0.43

111.9%

-5

27

Altai Territory

0.42

110.8%

17

28

Irkutsk Region

0.42

109.5%

Medium innovators

4

29

Belgorod Region

0.41

107.4%

5

30

Ryazan Region

0.41

106.9%

-3

31

Omsk Region

0.41

105.7%

-6

32

Stavropol Territory

0.40

105.0%

3

33

Kaliningrad Region

0.40

104.5%

22

34

Udmurtian Republic

0.40

103.9%

-5

35

Saratov Region

0.40

103.5%

-2

36

Smolensk Region

0.39

101.4%

2

37

Krasnodar Territory

0.39

101.1%

11

38

Vologda Region

0.39

100.9%

20

39

Arkhangelsk Region (without autonomous areas)

0.38

99.1%

0

40

Novgorod Region

0.38

99.0%

-16

41

Republic of Mari El

0.38

98.6%

-4

42

Ivanovo Region

0.38

97.9%

4

43

Tambov Region

0.37

96.4%

2

44

Leningrad Region

0.37

95.6%

-1

45

Primorye Territory

0.36

94.2%

-3

46

Tver Region

0.36

92.8%

-5

47

Murmansk Region

0.35

92.2%

-11

48

Kirov Region

0.35

91.3%

-8

49

Bryansk Region

0.35

90.1%

3

50

Astrakhan Region

0.34

89.0%

Medium weak innovators

-3

51

Volgograd Region

0.33

86.1%

-2

52

Kemerovo Region

0.33

85.0%

5

53

Kursk Region

0.32

84.6%

-25

54

Oryol Region

0.32

84.6%

2

55

Republic of Karelia

0.31

80.4%

-1

56

Republic of Buryatia

0.30

79.2%

-5

57

Orenburg Region

0.30

79.0%

5

58

Kostroma Region

0.30

78.9%

6

59

Sakhalin Region

0.30

78.1%

-9

60

Kamchatka Territory

0.30

77.3%

0

61

Komi Republic

0.29

76.3%

-8

62

Magadan Region

0.29

76.2%

1

63

Pskov Region

0.29

76.0%

3

64

Republic of Adygea

0.29

75.4%

1

65

Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)

0.29

75.2%

-6

66

Sevastopol **

0.29

75.0%

-

67

Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area – Yugra

0.28

74.2%

2

68

Republic of North Ossetia-Alania

0.28

73.8%

5

69

Kabardino-Balkarian Republic

0.28

72.9%

-7

70

Kurgan Region

0.28

72.1%

0

71

Republic of Crimea**

0.27

70.8%

-

72

Trans-Baikal Territory

0.27

69.4%

-3

73

Amur Region

0.26

68.3%

0

74

Chukotka Autonomous Area

0.25

65.6%

1

75

Republic of Dagestan

0.25

64.8%

-3

76

Republic of Altai

0.25

64.5%

1

77

Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Area

0.23

60.0%

-1

78

Republic of Kalmykia

0.23

59.9%

Weak innovators

4

79

Republic of Khakassia

0.23

59.7%

-1

80

Republic of Tyva

0.22

57.5%

4

81

Karachayevo-Circassian Republic

0.22

57.0%

0

82

Chechen Republic

0.22

56.4%

3

83

Republic of Ingushetia

0.21

55.2%

-4

84

Jewish Autonomous Region

0.18

47.0%

-4

85

Nenets Autonomous Area

0.18

46.3%

-2

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