The study and design management of regional industrial complex


PhD, Associate Professor
Russia, Vyatka State University
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Russia, Vyatka State University
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The article describes the features of management of regional industrial complex (RIC) based on the analysis of the industry in the region, a rapid assessment of management systems, PKK calculate the coefficients of the stability of the industrial complex, the proposed project to build an innovative system development management RIC.


regional industrial complex, the control system, a rapid assessment of control system components, the coefficient of stability of the industrial complex, an innovative system of development management RIC.

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Skopin Aleksey Olegovich , Ovchinnikova Elena Nikolaevna
The study and design management of regional industrial complex// Modern Management Technology. ISSN 2226-9339. – #12 (12). Art. # 1207. Date issued: . Available at:

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