Tatiana Andreeva

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(2011) "Knowledge processes, knowledge-intensity and innovation: a moderated mediation analysis", Journal of Knowledge Management, Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine innovation from a knowledge-based view by exploring the effect of knowledge processes and knowledge intensity on innovation performance. Design/methodology/approach – First, a(More)
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Structured Abstract: Purpose – Significant part of knowledge and experience in an organization belongs not to the organization itself, but to the individuals it employs. Therefore, knowledge management (KM) tasks should include eliciting knowledge from knowledgeable individuals. The authors argue that the current palette of methods proposed for this in KM(More)
BACKGROUND AIM To estimate the impact of smoking restrictions in homes and schools, and tobacco advertising and information on smoking initiation by young people in Ukraine. METHODS Data of 609 young people aged 15-29 was taken from the national representative survey conducted in June 2005. OUTCOME MEASURES The reported age of cigarette initiation(More)
OBJECTIVE To quantify potential bridging of HIV transmission between the injection drug using subpopulation to the non-injection drug using population through unprotected heterosexual sex. DESIGN Secondary analysis of cross-sectional data. METHODS A sub-sample of participants who reported having a permanent partner who are not injection drug users and(More)
The effects of complex extract from Aconitum baikalense on reparative regeneration of a plane dorsal skin wound were studied. Treatment with Aconitum baikalense tincture stimulated reparation and skin regeneration. The effects of the Aconitum baikalense alkaloids on functional activity of fibroblast precursors were studied in vitro by cultural methods.(More)
Both knowledge-creation and knowledge-sharing are viewed as very significant for competitiveness of an organization in modern knowledge economy. Contemporary literature usually treats these two processes as either independent or positively related. However, analyzing various organizational conditions for efficient course of these processes, we proposed that(More)
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