2020 | z. 146 Competitiveness and Development of Regions in the Context of European Integration and Globalization. State - Trends -Strategies | 357--372
Innovative Absorption of the Polish Economy and Directions Their Grown
Purpose: The purpose of the article is to assess the ability of the Polish economy to absorb innovative products and to analyze the factors on which it depends. Design/methodology/approach: The methods of critical analysis and synthesis, the method of generalization and logical methods as well as the desk research method were used in the research process. Practical implications: The article contains the definition and content of the concept of innovative adsorption of participants and beneficiaries of the innovation process as a necessary feature of building a knowledge-based economy. On the basis of reading scientific sources and statistical data, the author presents cause-and-effect relations between the involvement of enterprises and organizations in innovative processes and economic development. Originality/value: The author presented his own definition of the concept of innovative absorption of the economy and developed a concept of creating innovative absorption in the enterprise. The article is aimed at enterprise managers, decision makers of state institutions and scientists dealing with innovation problems. (original abstract)
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