publication . Article . Part of book or chapter of book . Conference object . Other literature type . 2016

ОСОБЕННОСТИ СОЦИАЛЬНО-ЭКОНОМИЧЕСКОГО РАЗВИТИЯ АЛТАЙСКОГО КРАЯ НА СОВРЕМЕННОМ ЭТАПЕ: РЕЗУЛЬТАТЫ СРАВНИТЕЛЬНОГО АНАЛИЗА

Sandra Schön; Martin Ebner;
Open Access Russian
  • Published: 06 Jun 2016 Journal: Economics Profession Business (issn: 2413-8584, eissn: 2413-8584, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Altai State University
Abstract
Growth of social and economic development of the region as organizational system in the conditions of variability and uncertainty of the external environment concealing in itself threats and risks it is possible on condition of maintenance of the concept of strategic approach in management. Realization of purposes and development of effective measures of growth of reproduction of the public benefits, increases in living standards of the population and formation of deficit-free budget, assume application of scientific approach to use of resource capacity of the region. The methodical approach to identification and assessment of risks of social and economic develo...
Subjects
free text keywords: business studies, information management, education, massive open online courses, distance education, MOOCs, eLearning, History of scholarship and learning. The humanities, AZ20-999, ddc:370, Multimedia, computer.software_genre, computer, World class, Continuing professional development, Demographics, Medical education, Political science, Business model, Knowledge management, business.industry, business, Computer science, Vocational education, Higher education, The Internet, Blended learning, Provisioning, Information Systems, World Wide Web, Mathematics education, Connectivism, Online learning, Sociology, Repertoire, Open educational resources
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