Models of Research, Development and Innovation Systems from the Perspective of Complexity Theory: A Case Study of the Republic of Moldova
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CUJBA, Rodica; FILIP, Florin-Gheorghe. Models of Research, Development and Innovation Systems from the Perspective of Complexity Theory: A Case Study of the Republic of Moldova. In: Journal of System and Management Sciences. 2022, nr. 1(12), pp. 443-460. ISSN 1816-6075.
10.33168/JSMS.2022.0129
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Journal of System and Management Sciences
Numărul 1(12) / 2022 / ISSN 1816-6075 /ISSNe 1818-0523

Models of Research, Development and Innovation Systems from the Perspective of Complexity Theory: A Case Study of the Republic of Moldova

DOI: https://doi.org/10.33168/JSMS.2022.0129

Pag. 443-460

Cujba Rodica12, Filip Florin-Gheorghe3
 
1 Technical University of Moldova,
2 Institutul de Dezvoltare a Societăţii Informaţionale, Î.S.,
3 Romanian Academy of Science
 
Disponibil în IBN: 18 mai 2022


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Complexity Theory allows to better understand how some phenomena that surround us and are difficult to describe through traditional approaches of a single scientific domain appear, evolve and adapt. These phenomena have been called “complex systems”. The objective of this paper is to analyse the research-development-innovation (RDI) system from the perspective of complex systems. The features of a complex RDI system are identified. It is argumented the importance of modelling RDI system for efficient management and decision-making under uncertainty. Several modelling approaches are reviewed with a view to setting the stage for proposing a comprehensive conceptual representation of the RDI system. The inputs, activities and various possible outputs, effects, and impact are described in details. Other possible models such as the Triple Helix and X-type, Y-type RDI models are described and their applicability is analysed. As a case study, a RDI system of the Republic of Moldova is analysed and modelled. A set of recommended decisions is presented together with a SWOT analysis.

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complex system, Conceptual model, decision-making, methods of modelling, triple helix model