Lisevych N. Innovative-investment development of livestock production by agro-industrial enterprises

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Thesis for the degree of Candidate of Sciences (CSc)

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  • 08.00.04 - Економіка та управління підприємствами (за видами економічної діяльності)


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Д 71.831.02

State Agrarian and Engineering University in Podilia


Improved functional model of innovative development, which is done through the manifestation of innovation in the knowledge-based ideas and inventions to a qualitatively new products and technologies, the brand new principles and approaches to resource management and organization of production and factors of influence. Systematic classification of innovation and investment taking into account the innovation process takes place directly in the production, storage, transportation and sale of agricultural products. Improved scientific approaches to determining the validity of a number of groups of factors of providing the innovative and investment development, with the aim of increasing the volume of production and processing of livestock products for filling segments of the potential consumption of innovative investment products and services. Ordered components of the innovative development strategy in a number of areas, highlighting how the direction of "results" as an attempt to gain market competitive advantage and to maximize profit, to ensure the prestige of the enterprise and quickly resolve problems that may arise in manufacturing, strengthen competition, to study the scientific innovations and implement them in the production process to improve the performance of the company. Improved application of cluster approach based on Association of subjects of innovation activities in innovative cluster on the basis of territorial concentration of networks of specialized suppliers, main producers and consumers related technological chain that successfully operate and provide a competitive position in national and international markets.


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