Digitalization Of The Economy: Multi-Criterion Subsystem Optimization

Abstract

This study is related to the development of a theoretical and methodological apparatus for the further economic and scientific-technological development of the economic system of the Russian Federation in the context of the introduction of the digital economy in various areas of economic activity. The relevance of the topic of research is associated with the implementation in Russia of the Program for the Development of the Digital Economy in Russia. Well-known economic subsystems, technological trends in digital transformation and their impact on the development of the economic system of the Russian Federation have been studied. Methods of scientific knowledge of the material, such as analysis, synthesis, deduction, etc., have been used. Statistical data of federal state statistical bodies characterizing the scientific and technological development of the production and economic system of the Russian Federation were analyzed. The author's classification of the development of the program on digitalization of the economy is presented. Technological trends in digital transformation of economic subsystems and trends of scientific and technological development of the economic system are considered. The areas of further research are related to the study of new management systems and markets outlined in the program for the development of the digital economy in the Russian Federation until 2035.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.187

Online ISSN

2357-1330