About the models for diversification of production processes at the defense sector enterprises

The article is devoted to the problem of elaborating models for diversification of production processes at the defense sector enterprises (DSE). The proposed typology of DSE is mainly based on the different level of their participation in the State defense order and correspondingly, on the different level of their civil production. Besides, the DSE meet considerable difficulties in cooperating with the civil sector organisations and in technology transfer. The proposed typology reflects different possibilities of the DSE diversification in the middle term. In the framework of the proposed typology four perspective diversification models are considered

Keywords: diversification, innovation, modeling, competitive, market, civil production, open innovation


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