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STATISTICAL INFORMATION AND THE DIGITAL ECONOMY IN THE GLOBALIZED WORLD

Dimitar Stefanov Radilov ()
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Dimitar Stefanov Radilov: University of Economics - Varna, Bulgaria

Economics and Management, 2019, vol. 16, issue 2, 1-10

Abstract: In the contemporary globalized world the importance of statistical information is on the increase. The creation of new information technologies (the computer, the Internet, the mobile phone, satellite dishes, etc.) leads to a considerable change in the life, behaviour and the value system of the human factor. There occur changes in the contemporary globalized world. They are challenges for changes in statistical information and statistical knowledge. The official statistics performs a fundamental function in the modern information society. In it the digital economy seeks to combine in an optimal way all material, financial, managerial and human resources in the contemporary information and communication technologies (ICT), computer systems and networks. Its goal consists in adding new value to the information chain and achieving high quality, efficiency and profitability of production and business as a whole. There emerge new virtual enterprises. They represent a temporary alliance of independent companies for solving one-off strategic tasks, along with attracting capital during the execution of unique projects and spreading investment risks.

Keywords: global world; contemporary information and communication technologies (ICT); official statistics; digital economy; computer systems and networks; virtual enterprises. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C10 F60 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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