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Vladimir Osipov

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First Name:Vladimir
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RePEc Short-ID:pos81
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Location: Moscow, Russia
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  1. Осипов Владимир Сергеевич, 2012. "Межрегиональная Конкуренция И Потребитель
    [Interregional competition and customer]
    ," Working papers a:pos81:n:12, Institute of Economics.
  2. Осипов Владимир Сергеевич, 2012. "Инновации И Управление Цепочкой Ценности
    [Innovations and Value chain management]
    ," Working papers a:pos81:n:11, Institute of Economics.
  3. Osipov Vladimir, 2012. "Конкуренция, Основанная На Совместном Создании Ценности
    [Competition based on value co-creation]
    ," Working papers a:pos81:n:7, Institute of Economics.
  4. Osipov Vladimir, 2012. "Удовлетворение Потребностей Потребителя Как Ключевой Фактор Конкурентоспособности Современного Бизнеса
    [Satisfaction of consumer needs as key factor of competitiveness of modern business]
    ," Working papers a:pos81:n:6, Institute of Economics.
  5. Осипов Владимир Сергеевич, 2012. "Зависимость Типа Производства От Эластичности Спроса По Цене И Создание Ценности Для Потребителя
    [Dependence the type of production from demand elasticity at the price and value creation for the co
    ," Working papers a:pos81:n:13, Institute of Economics.
  6. Осипов Владимир Сергеевич, 2012. "Многоуровневые Экономические Механизмы Совместного Создания Ценности В Воспроизводственном Процессе
    [Multilevel economic mechanisms value co-creation in reproduction process]
    ," Working papers a:pos81:n:10, Institute of Economics.
  7. Osipov Vladimir, 2012. "Жизненный Цикл Продукта, Созданного На Основе Концепции Управления Цепочкой Ценности
    [Product life-cycle, created on the basis of value chain management concept]
    ," Working papers a:pos81:n:4, Institute of Economics.
  8. Osipov Vladimir, 2012. "Соотношение Понятий "Управление Цепочкой Поставок" И "Управление Цепочкой Ценности"
    [Comparison of concepts of supply chain management and value chain management]
    ," Working papers a:pos81:n:5, Institute of Economics.
  9. Осипов Владимир Сергеевич, 2012. "Экономико-Теоретические Подходы К Определению Цепочки Ценности И Стоимости
    [Economic and theoretic approaches to definition of value chain and cost chain]
    ," Working papers a:pos81:n:9, Institute of Economics.
  10. Osipov Vladimir, 2012. "Формирование Ценности Для Потребителя
    [Value creation for consumer]
    ," Working papers a:pos81:n:8, Institute of Economics.
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