Proceedings of the International Conference on Trends of Technologies and Innovations in Economic and Social Studies 2017

Methodical bases of forecasting volume of investments in innovative projects

Authors
Stepan Mezhov, Evgeny Shvakov
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Stepan Mezhov
Available Online June 2017.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/ttiess-17.2017.70How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Innovations, modelling, strategy, multiplier, funding of innovative processes, net present value adjustment
Abstract
Modern research, devoted to the transition of the Russian economy, to an innovative path of development, lacks the theoretical elaboration on the problems of formation of tools and mechanisms to improve management of modern innovation-oriented corporations based on new methodologies and methods. The article offers a scientific and methodological approach to assessing the efficiency of innovative projects which develops and supplements the theoretical bases of innovative projects analysis through the accounting of recursive dependence of investments on such factors of innovative process as (1) the constructive complexity of the product, (2) the number of stages of the innovative process and (3) the innovative capacity of the enterprise. It is also proposed to introduce an adjustment factor (multiplier) to reflect the causal connection between the net present value of innovative projects and the abovementioned factors of innovative process and to improve the accuracy of calculation of cash flows under the project, linking the assessments with the certain stages of the project and the corporate capacity. This will reduce the overall integral risk of project implementation for potential investors.
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