ECONOMIC-MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF OPTIMUM DISTRIBUTION OF INVESTMENTS AT MODERNIZATION OF THE KNOWLEDGE-INTENSIVE ENTERPRISES
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Chursin Alexander A. d-r ekon. nauk, professor, direktor Instituta kosmicheskih tehnologiy RUDN
Institute of Space Technologies of the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia Shmakov Evgeny nachalnik centra tehnicheskoy informacii i analiza primeneniya elektronnoy komponentnoy bazy OAO «Rossiyskie kosmicheskie sistemy», PMP
Electronic Components of Russian Space Systems
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Abstract:
The purpose of this article writing is an attempt to look more objectively at the problem of imitation modeling of the results of investments in enterprise modernization which function in innovative branches of economy. Importance of innovation introduction for receiving high economic effect is widely acknowledged and on the level of the government as well. American policy for enterprises in the sphere of joint research can be given as an example [4]. The method of decomposition for identification of main model components and the method of mathematical programming for establishment of dependence between model components, i.e. for its solution were used for building of an economic and mathematical model. The suggested economic and mathematical model of investment distribution during modernization of knowledge-intensive enterprises allows optimal distribution of investments among three main expensive items: labour force, materials and equipment used in production. Optimal distribution of investments will allow saving financial resources of an enterprise, advancing qualification of those employees who really need further training from the point of view of production manufacturing as well as modernizing those production facilities which will make the largest contribution into competitive recovery and financial stability of an enterprise. The suggested model can be detailed and scaled depending on modernization purpose and scale of an enterprise. Practical value of this model introduction during investment distribution is drawing investors’ (external as well as domestic ones) attention on the main product of an enterprise and modernization of items that have contributed to the utmost in raising of main product value. The suggested economic and mathematical model of optimal investment distribution during modernization of science-driven enterprises can be useful first of all to directors and top managers of enterprises that have made a decision of the necessity in enterprise modernization and allocation of the corresponding funds on it
How to Cite:
Chursin A.A., Shmakov E.., (2014), ECONOMIC-MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF OPTIMUM DISTRIBUTION OF INVESTMENTS AT MODERNIZATION OF THE KNOWLEDGE-INTENSIVE ENTERPRISES. Business in Law, 3: 239-243.
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Keywords:
model, investment, high-tech industry, modernization, workforce.