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Industrialisation factors in post-industrial society

Vladimir Shatrevich () and Valentina Strautmane ()
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Vladimir Shatrevich: Riga Technical University, Latvia
Valentina Strautmane: Riga Technical University, Latvia

Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues, 2015, vol. 3, issue 2, 157-172

Abstract: In most economies, both developed and developing, industrialisation is viewed as a necessary step towards economic development. New risks for industrialisation are associated with the result of the economic and social changes, regarding the transition to a post-industrial society. Modern progress of organization theory has generated important questions and challenges to conventional sociological and organizational theories. These developments are related to “conditions of postmodernity†– dynamic environment and a post-industrial society with information and knowledge-based nonhomogeneous values as a central research topic. As a result it should be stressed that nowadays society is directly linked to the adjustments in values as a shift to post-industrial modes of production. Modern industrialisation concept should represent the post-industrial society approach, providing framework for the practical applications and explaining the modern company value creation process that corresponds to the economic transformation into post-industrial.

Keywords: industrialisation; post-industrial society; organization theory; performance; ICT; Internet of Things (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: L16 L23 L61 M10 O14 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015
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