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2019 | 7 | 1-12
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Resource Approach To Management Enterprises In The Conditions Of Knowledge Economy

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The article investigates a resource approach in the management of the enterprise, which focuses on those types of resources that enable the company to advance its development in accordance with current trends of development. The tendencies of innovation development of enterprises based on the construction of the econometric model of the distributed lag are investigated. It is determined that the defining condition for improvement of innovation development is the application of modern management concepts based on the principles of knowledge and digital economy. The essence of resource provision of knowledge and digital economy is determined. The advantages that companies will receive in case of optimization of the resource structure using knowledge and digital economy tools are described.
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1-12
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