Optimization of ownership for the innovation economy of Russia
AbstractIn article the original author's concept on improvement of qualifiers of forms of the account of the property which the author uses as the precondition to re-structuring of toolkit of the sociologist for deep studying, improvement of a condition and development of economy of Russia at a new historical stage of development is stated. The rich actual material which has made base for theoretical constructions stated in article, the author has saved up, studying the big file of the scientific literature. Thanks to the popular statement which has been not overloaded with special terms, article can be useful not only to professional sociologists, philosophers and economists, but in general to all who is interested in those actual problems which are considered within the limits of corresponding sciences. The author will be deeply grateful to readers for responses and critical remarks for its work.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Department of Marketing, Marketing MBA (RSconsult) in its journal Marketing MBA. Marketing management firms..
Volume (Year): 1 (2010)
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Optimization of ownership; innovation economy;
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