Integration processes in knowledge-intensive industries of the Russian economy (using the aircraft industry as an example)статья

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[1] Ustyuzhanina E., Evsukov S., Komarova I. Integration processes in knowledge-intensive industries of the russian economy (using the aircraft industry as an example) // Journal of Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe - Taylor & Francis Online http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/0965156X.2017.1371428?needAccess=true. — 2017. The aim of this article is to examine integration processes taking place in knowledge-intensive sectors of the modern Russian economy in terms of their history and to evaluate them using methods of economic analysis. The article identifies three phases of development of knowledge-intensive sectors of the Russian economy: the Soviet phase, the phase of transformation (from the early 1990s to mid- 2000s) and the present one, which can be roughly described as a quasi-nationalization phase. Furthermore, the authors of the article discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the Soviet experience in managing high-tech industries; analyse typical mistakes, which were made during the privatization of knowledge-intensive enterprises and their consequences for the Russian economy and reveal the main problems and risks associated with the policy of creating tightly integrated multi-tiered structures, which stay under control of the state. The article presents figures describing changes in financial indicators relating to a number of integrated structures in high-tech industries. [ DOI ]

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