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Modern Factors of Competitiveness of Socio-Economic Systems: Organizations, Regions and Cities
[Современные Факторы Конкурентоспособности Социально-Экономических Систем: Организаций, Регионов И Городов]


  • Gaponenko, A.L. (Гапоненко, А.)

    () (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA))

  • Savelyeva, Marina (Савельева, Марина)

    () (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA))


Growing in recent processes of globalization, increased competition and the acceleration of environmental changes require a review of factors lay in the basis of competitiveness and social and economic systems. Reliance on the factors that had previously laid the basis for competitive advantage (production of new products, introduction of new technology - for companies, the development of industry, the availability of natural resources - for the regions and states), now do not provide a sustainable competitive position in the market. This work reveals the modern factors of socio-economic development of the socio-economic systems, especially the influence of modern factors of competitiveness on the socio-economic development of regions, cities, organizations, represents the direction of development of modern factors of competitiveness of the socio-economic systems. Materials of this study allow for more targeted and reasonably build and implement strategies for the formation and strengthening of the competitiveness of organizations, regions and cities in the face of constant change and activation of the processes of globalization and to ensure their long-term and sustainable economic growth.

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  • Gaponenko, A.L. (Гапоненко, А.) & Savelyeva, Marina (Савельева, Марина), 2016. "Modern Factors of Competitiveness of Socio-Economic Systems: Organizations, Regions and Cities
    [Современные Факторы Конкурентоспособности Социально-Экономических Систем: Организаций, Регионов И Гор
    ," Working Papers 453, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
  • Handle: RePEc:rnp:wpaper:453

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