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Title: Biological and climatic resources of tourism as a factor of innovative development of the economy
Authors: Gladilin, A. V.
Гладилин, А. В.
Krasnikov, A. V.
Красников, А. В.
Syromyatnikov, D. A.
Сыромятников, Д. А.
Myakishev, V. S.
Мякишев, В. С.
Keywords: Economy;Biology;Climate;Tourism;Market;Assessment
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: RJPBCS RESEARCH JOURNAL PHARMACEUTICAL, BIOLOGICAL & CHEMICAL SCIENCES
Citation: Gladilin, VA; Gladilin, AV; Babina, EN; Krasnikov, AV; Syromyatnikov, DA; Myakishev, VS. Biological And Climatic Resources Of Tourism As A Factor Of Innovative Development Of The Economy // RESEARCH JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL SCIENCES. - 2018. - Том: 9. - Выпуск: 6. - Стр.: 598-602
Series/Report no.: Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences
Abstract: Innovation is an object that is introduced into production as a result of marketing and discoveries and is qualitatively different from the previous analog. Innovation in every industry, including tourism, is qualitatively different from innovation. Innovative changes in tourism create domestic energy for effective growth. These changes the balance, but provide the basis for further development, the transition of the system to a new quality, Therefore, professional implementation of innovations in life is the development of a particular industry. Modern experts in the field of social development argue that none of the problems facing the economy today is not more important and complex than the problem of innovation
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