2015 Modern Management Review  
The aim of work was to investigate the shapes of the innovative environment of the past and the new ones of post-industrial information society, the specificity of technology parks has been allocated. Analysis of the practice of creating industrial parks in the United States, Europe, Israel, Russia and Ukraine showed differences in approaches in the West and former Soviet Union. In the former case, they create a fundamentally new model of innovative processes management, reflecting the
more » ... of new social system, in the latter there is an attempt to modernize and adapt the old form to new tasks, which increases the gap in science and technology as well as the economic dependence of the post-Soviet countries. Globalization provides both a challenge and new opportunities for the development of countries as well as the global market. Creating technology parks can help transition countries emerge from the crisis and compete on an equal footing with the leading world economy players. Technology parks can collaborate with other types of innovative environment: university laboratories, research institutes, research and production complexes. They can be included as structural subsystems into larger scientific-industrial associations, preserving their own characteristics and autonomy. The proposed theoretical concept of controlling technology parks is adequate to cultural patterns, resource and development needs of the country, finishing their transition to the information society. It may get businesspersons, researchers and political circles interested. Obviously, this model needs to be tested in practice. In case of successful approbation in Ukraine, it may be implied in the innovative environment of other transition countries.
doi:10.7862/rz.2015.mmr.3 fatcat:55twdtrttzd45du5act35u63xa