Foresight and STI Governance

27. Nov 2015

New Journal on "Foresight and STI Governance" has been published

The National Research University - Higher School of Economics, Moscow, has modernised its scientific journal in several aspects. It is based on "Foresight Russia", which has now been transformed into "Foresight and STI Governance". The mission of the journal is to support the creation of Foresight culture through dissemination of the best national and international practices of future-oriented innovation development. It also provides a framework for discussing S&T trends and policies. 

The editor in chief is Prof. Leonid Gokhberg. The Editiorial Council includes several high-profile researchers such as Elias Carayannis, George Washington University, Mario Cervantes, OECD, Charles Edquist, Lund University, to name just a few. Two members in the Editiorial Council are from Austria: Wolfgang Polt (Joanneum Research) and Klaus Schuch (ZSI).

The journal is indexed in SCOPUS, EBSCO, eLIBRARY.RU, SSRN, CyberLeninka, ProQuest, Open J-Gate and Academic OneFile

The Journal’s rankings in the Russian Science Citation Index  (impact factor for 2014):
1st — Studies of Science
1st — Management
9th — Economics

The journal regularly calls for paper submissions via eMail to

Topical coverage:

  • Foresight methodologies 
  • Results of Foresight studies
  • Long-term priorities for social, economic and S&T development 
  • S&T and innovation trends and indicators 
  • S&T and innovation policies 
  • Strategic programmes of innovation development at national, regional, sectoral and corporate levels 
  • State-of-the-art methods and best practices of S&T analysis and Foresight.

Please find the most recent version of the journal issue through this link. There you can find guidelines on how to prepare your manuscript on page 4 of the linked journal.


Tags: foresight, innovation systems analysis, research and innovation policy, Russia

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