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Title: Digital transformation management of Ukraine’s economy
Authors: Смерічевський, Сергій Францович
Smerichevskyi, Serhii Frantsovych
Касьянова, Наталья Віталіївна
Kasianova, Natalia Vitaliivna
Клімова, Олена Ігорівна
Klimova, Olena Ihorivna
Колбушкін, Юрій Петрович
Kolbushkin, Yurii Petrovych
Keywords: digital transformation
global market
digital platforms
global technological trends
digitalization catalysts
innovative resources
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology
Citation: S.Smerichevskyi, N. Kasianova, O.Klimova, Y. Kolbushkin. Digital transformation management of Ukraine’s economy // International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology. Vol. 29, No. 8s, (2020), pp. 2391-2398
Abstract: Over the last decades, we have been able to witness a real information revolution, a radical transformation of society, when not only the technical characteristics of goods and services but also the models of interaction and relations between people, as well as new values and patterns of their behaviour are formed. The main value instead of natural resources is the information which, unlike the minerals, which are limited and constantly decreasing, has unique characteristics for its own conservation and multiplication. The more a society works with information, uses it, the faster it accumulates, and the greater value is given to humanity, which, under the influence and accumulation of that information, continues to transform itself from an industrial to an information society. The economic basis for the formation of this information society is digital capital embodied in relevant technologies, human skills, databases, computing power, and computational algorithms. In Ukraine, all this is, but at the same time, there is an unresolved problem of its effective use, which requires a proper understanding by economists in close collaboration with the digital sphere, which is understood in the modern technological trends, as well as sociologists, political scientists and philosophers who are oriented in modern social transformation. This is very important, given that the revolution is not only ample opportunity but also a variety of risks and threats, both man-made and humanitarian. Therefore, their timely identification and localization are only possible through the fruitful cooperation of the entire scientific community.
Description: According to some estimates, the share of the global information economy is now 22.5% of the world economy, taking into account digital skills and digital capital. But digitization, unfortunately, is still largely bypassing Ukraine, making it impossible to comprehensively receive additional “digital” dividends for the population, business and government. Unlike economically developed countries, the industrial age-oriented structure of Ukraine's economy does not allow the creation of sufficient high- tech goods and services that would be a competitive and in-demand global market. As a result, high- tech exports of goods are declining, traditional sectors of the economy have been losing ground in recent decades, and economically active people are seeking employment opportunities outside Ukraine. The system of education and reproduction of human capital, while remaining focused on the existing morally outdated sectors of the economy, also “preserve” the structural and technological backwardness.
ISSN: 2005-4238 IJAST
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