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High-Tech Enterprises, Human Capital, Knowledge Intensity, Scientific Developments, Hi-Tech Economy
Purpose: A research objective is the analysis of the development of the Russian economy in a trend of current trends of technological effectiveness and knowledge intensity and establishment of a problem of the use of the human capital in the hi-tech enterprises of the industry of Russia.
Methodology: The analytical base of research was made by the official statistical data characterizing the development of the economic environment of activity of the hi-tech enterprises with emphasis on the sphere of scientific research.
Result: The innovative economy which creation is determined by strategically important task of the Russian society ensuring national sovereignty and economic security assigns the central part to a special type of assets - to the human capital which perspective of development is especially relevant for the hi-tech enterprises of the industry which immanent sign is the high share of intellectual work, its innovative and knowledge-intensive character.
Applications: This research can be used for universities, teachers, and students.
Novelty/Originality: In this research, the model of Development of the Russian Economy in a Trend of Current Trends of Technological Effectiveness and Knowledge Intensity is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.
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