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Potential of non-material resources in the conditions of the innovative development of the region

Potential of non-material resources in the conditions of the innovative development of the region

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 5 (no. 4),
p. 105-110

The author analyzes the structure of non-material resources, considers the role of the intellectual, human and social capital in the innovative development process of the economy. Research results are based on the analysis of main human, intellectual and social capital concepts.


Keywords: non-material resources; human capital; intellectual capital; social capital; innovative development

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