ISSN: 1994-6929 (print), 2409-4684 (online)

Creative Economy

Abstracted in RSCI, Ulrich's. Published since 2007 by Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics (Saint-Petersburg, Russia).

№ 11 / November, 2012

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 Knowledge as an object of management in governmental bodies

3-8

 Barriers of Externalization of the Individual Tacit Knowledge

9-15

 Knowledge Management: Candidate Pool of the Organization. Problems of Candidate Pool Development in Russia

16-20

 Problems of ensuring the competitiveness of oil and gas engineering of the Tyumen region under the conditions of economy modernization

21-27

 Principles of formation of innovative organizations’ management teams

28-32

 Economic Mechanisms of Regional Industry Innovative Development

33-39

 A new tool for top managers of the project organization on project management and awarding of project managers

41-46

 Education network as a quasi-integration form of interaction between higher education institutions and organizations – a contemporary tool of education reform

48-52

 Promotion of Russian Educational Services to the International Market

53-58

 The attractiveness of Russian regions for the creative class

59-64

 Innovative development management of e-commerce enterprise on the basis of information system development

65-69

 Infocom tools of high-tech industrial enterprises’ managers

70-74

 Concept formation of “Internet marketing for higher education market”

75-82

 Principles of human resources’ management in the service sector in the situation of innovative development

83-89

 Innovations in Energy Consumption Planning and Forecasting (Taking Government Agencies as an Example)

90-94

 Innopolises as an essential sector of the regional economy development

95-99

 The use of innovative forms of in the crisis management

100-105

 Competitive integration in the network organization as the basis for the rent creation

107-112

 An innovative approach to reducing transactional costs between the agents of environmental and socio-economic monitoring in the region

114-120

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