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Модернизация Аграрной Экономики: Практика Измерения Организационной Культуры, Способы Регулирования
[The modernization of the agrarian economy: the practice of measuring organizational culture, ways of regulating]

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  • Стукач, Виктор
  • Аникина, Надежда

Abstract. The aim is to study the influence of the culture settings on the mo-dernizatsionnye processes in society. Object: parameters of culture, social capital and modernization processes in society, the composition and structure of the transactional component. The study of organizational behavior of the population based on parametric models of G. Hofstede, adapted to the agricultural sector. Work provides guidance to the business community, municipal and regional governments on the modernization of the management, institutional development, the formation of social capital. Аннотация. Целью является изучение влияния параметров культуры на модернизационные процессы в обществе. Объект: параметры культуры, социальный капитал, модернизационные процессы в обществе, состав и структура трансакционной составляющей. Изучение организационного поведения населения основывалось на параметрических моделях Г. Хофстеде, адаптированных к аграрной сфере. Работа содержит рекомендации предпринимательскому сообществу, муниципальным и региональным органам управления по регулированию процессов модернизации, институционального развития, формированию социального капитала.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 74535.

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Date of creation: 2015
Date of revision: 2016
Publication status: Published in Национальная ассоциация ученых 6(22).5(2016): pp. 64-68
Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:74535
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