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The Economic Evaluation Model of the Use of the Intangible Resources Potential on the Example of Russian Regions

The Economic Evaluation Model of the Use of the Intangible Resources Potential on the Example of Russian Regions

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 7 (no. 4),

The paper presents the problem of assessing the potential use of intangible resources. The relevance of the research is determined by the necessity of innovation-based economy, the growing role of intangible resources (human, social, organizational, intellectual and other kinds of capital) in promoting economic development of individual regions and the country as a whole. The paper proposes a verification method of the factors that characterize the potential use of intangible resources, affecting productivity. For a description of dependencies linear regression model was selected, also there was carried out an assessment of its parameters and performed Quality check of model. In the course of a capacity assessment intangible resource model constructing at the regional level was used regression analysis (the choice of indicator system, data collection and analysis, the calculation of the correlation coefficient, the choice of models and numerical estimation of its parameters, quality control model, assessment of the certain factors impact on the basis of the model). Also the factor analysis is used (matrix of factor loadings), and the classification on the basis of the factors selected regions is carried out. The regional clusterization of the intangible resources capacity will allow to make correct management decisions in the future.

Keywords: intangible resources; intangible assets; intellectual assets; economic estimation model.

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