Acta of Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent


Abstract—The article presents the results of It will be relevant to fill this gap, presumably arising from insufficient elaboration of ap- proaches to the assessment of scientific knowledge, which, along with managerial knowledge and practical competencies of manage- ment in the field of logistics, generates intangible assets. In other words, it is required to show that the "science intensity" of the lo- gistics business is a capitalized asset.

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