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Pakhomova L. A.
PhD student, Chair of Operational Management, St. Petersburg State University

Strategic management of the companies innovative activity: evolution of the concepts (Russia, St. Petersburg)
The article discusses the evolution of approaches to the strategic management, describes its major features and systematizes it based on the latest research works
Key words: innovation activity, science-and-technology developments, strategic management, evolution of approaches
Pages: 152 - 154

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