Development Prospects of Technological Integration: Regional Perspective
S. V. Kuznetsov (),
A. E. Miller and
L. M. Davidenko
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S. V. Kuznetsov: Institute for Regional Economy, Russian Academy of Sciences
A. E. Miller: Dostoevsky Omsk State University
L. M. Davidenko: Innovative University of Eurasia
Studies on Russian Economic Development, 2019, vol. 30, issue 1, 15-21
Abstract Technological integration is considered as an effective measure to increase the technological performance of Russian industrial companies and improve their adaptation to a system of industrial and economic relations based on digital technology. Common issues related to integration of new technologies are identified for Russian regions, emphasizing the importance of cluster-type economic relations. A current state evaluation and a development forecast are given for petrochemical clusters. To improve technological performance, it is proposed to use technological integration as a process of transforming production resource flows into new technologies. The experience in technology advancement accumulated by world science has been investigated and summarized. It is shown that the Russian economy is on the right path to a new technological paradigm.
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