Program Development of Digital Economy in Russia

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The structure and content of the development strategy of the information society in the Russian Federation shows compliance with the generally accepted approach in the world, including the Seoul Declaration and the results of a survey of OECD countries. However, this strategy has drawbacks, namely: the consequences of the development of digital technology (and the information society as a whole) on the structure and level of employment of the population have not been determined; the issues of the existing technological lag of individual sectors of the economy and social sphere and the ways to eliminate it have not been worked out; the problems of regional differentiation of the level of readiness for implementation and the potential for using the capabilities of the digital economy have not been studied. These important questions are fraught with threats to the successful implementation of the strategy, as they form the basis for the implementation of the negative consequences of globalization of the economy, including increasing the dependence of local economic entities on transnational corporations, widening the gap in the socio-economic development of individual regions and the living standards of individual strata of the population. Insufficient attention is currently being paid to the classification of the effects of digitalization on the functioning of the regional economy and the appropriate response by local authorities and businesses. Based on the foregoing, it is proposed to consider the possibility of introducing elements of the digital economy in the field of agriculture and food production, that is, the transition to the so-called "digital agriculture".




Vasiliev*, V. … Lazareva, N. (2019). Program Development of Digital Economy in Russia. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE), 8(4), 8559–5863.

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