BRICS as a new legal framework of interstate economic integration in the field of nanotechnology

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The article is devoted to modern trends of legal approaches to the regulation of scientific and technological cooperation of the participating countries of the integration of new regional groupings, for example, member countries of the BRICS. Combining scientific and technological capacities, under the auspices of the inter-state union clearly helps to understand the essence, goals and priorities of one of the leading trends shaping development potential of close inter-country cooperation in the production and foreign trade sectors. This kind of integration cooperation, as well as more rapid, qualitative transition of the economy to an innovative way of development, provides not only the pace of socio-economic development of the Union’s member states, but also the political significance of its place in the world. Determine the success of the regional associations in the knowledge-based economy is becoming a component of how nanotechnology. Thus, to the forefront in the development of the Russian nanotechnology industry are questions of legal policy and program regulation in nanotechnology, and the main goals of interaction of Russia with the states - members of the BRICS find themselves in the field of science, technology and innovation, as well as close interaction information. In this regard, the article concludes on the benefits and effects software control nanotechnology industry in comparison with international regulation and national positive law, the main directions of the domestic legal policy, as well as the validity and priority spheres of legal regulation of nanotech activities. In addition, the study of the regional level of regulation in the field of innovation and the nanotechnology industry has allowed in turn to draw some conclusions concerning the influence of the latter in the process of transformation of the source of legal support of modern entrepreneurship, development new types of legal documents and soft law, constituting today the predominant unit in an array of relevant legal provision.

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A O Inshakova

Volgograd State University

The Department of Civil Law and Procedure


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