ТРЕТЯК, Наталя Миколаївна; НАГАЙЧУК, Неля Григорівна
October 2015
Financial Space;2015, Issue 4, p175
Academic Journal
The structure of sources of funding innovation was considered in the context of traditional and non-traditional sources, was proposed use of alternative sources of funding for the formation of optimum structure.


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