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PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 4 (52), 2014
PROBLEMS OF MODERNIZATION AND TRANSITION TO INNOVATIVE ECONOMY
Kuznetsova Yu. A.
Senior lecturer, Chair of the Regional Economics, Ufa State University for Aviation and Technology, PhD (Economics)

Notion and classification of definitions of the «innovation regime» (Russia, Ufa)
The article describes the meaning of «innovation regime» and presents a classification of its definitions from the point of view of foreign scientists and specialists. It proves the necessity of the development and practical implementation of modes of innovation regime to improve the efficiency of the mechanism of management of regional innovative development
Key words: innovations, innovation regime, the efficiency of innovative development
Pages: 25 - 28



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