Business Ecosystems Of The Region: Transition To Networking And Sustainable Development Principles

Abstract

The transformations of the Russian economy in the global transition to network platform formats are being carried out simultaneously with most economies, but with some lag behind a number of Western countries, which makes it possible to take into account the successful practices and mistakes of such a transition by leading states to form its own path. In the article, an important resource for new development, rapid transition to new ecosystem formats and entry into competitive positions of regional businesses is determined by weak corporate coherence and the perceived need for these changes. The problems and directions of the transition of the economies of old industrial, incl. of old agrarian regions to development in the context of globalization and digital transformation of the "Industry 4.0" format are studied. A pronounced bi-directional development of businesses is shown - individual vertically integrated all-Russian (or globalized) corporations, as well as many businesses and industries, mainly carrying out their activities in the region. Different opportunities and levels of interactions based on digital platforms for businesses of these different areas are identified. The article proposes some formats for their co-organization and interaction in the interests of sustainable development of businesses and the region.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.199

Online ISSN

2357-1330