Methodological Aspects of Estimation of ICT-Based Economic Development
Alovsat G. Aliyev ()
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Alovsat G. Aliyev: Institute of Information Technology of Azerbaijan, National Academy of Sciences
Management Dynamics in the Knowledge Economy Journal, 2018, vol. 6, issue 2, 227-245
This article is dedicated to methodological aspects of estimation of ICT-based economic development. Information economy development and formation trends in leading foreign countries are analyzed. A comparative analysis of the strategies and trends that form the information economy of Azerbaijan with the developed countries is carried out. In the article comparative analysis of different indicator systems in accordance with formation and assessment of development level of information and knowledge economy is given. Some recommendations about the elimination of problems existing in this field are given. A methodic for calculating Gross Domestic Product (GDP) which forms at the expense of information and knowledge is suggested. A composite index and forming indices, subindices, and indicators system of information and knowledge economy are developed.
Keywords: ICT-based economy; information and knowledge economy; indicators system; economic indicators; composite index; subindices; ICT, and e-services; high-tech park. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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