Transformation Of Innovative Economy: Digital Platforms And Id Tech Sphere Development

Abstract

Identification of new factors that facilitate innovative economy transformation, is one of the key tasks in setting target strategic development guidelines. The study of innovative processes that represent intensive path of economic development and their interaction with digital technologies and other opportunities provided to society by scientific and technological progress can open wide horizons for the active economic development of society. Therefore, the increased interest of the state and the business community is caused by the emergence of digital platforms. The purpose of this study is to clarify the role of digital platforms and determining their place in the economy. The penetration of platform solutions into key sectors of the innovative economy creates preconditions for sectoral breakthrough. Transforming the field and conditions of interaction between economic entities, digital platforms play a significant role in the development of EdTech market and its individual segments. As the study results show, the role of digital platforms and their prototypes in transformation of the public administration system is ambiguous, which creates preconditions for regulating this area. In Russia, state participation prevails in the economy digital sphere. This makes it possible to improve public administration processes, achieve stable rates of technology development, and make services in the social and cultural sphere more accessible.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.73

Online ISSN

2357-1330