The digital economy as a new paradigm for overcoming turbulence in the modern economy of Russia

The article formulates the conceptual provisions of the new paradigm of overcoming turbulence in the modern economy of Russia; the object of the research is the strategy of digital economy as a condition for ensuring economic, financial and technological security of the country as a result of the use of the industrial Internet and robotization of production; it is proposed to characterize the economy as a "glue" linking all directions of social and economic development of the country, which, in the end, will lead to confrontation not between social, but between information systems.; the influence of the digital economy on the growth of digital dividends is shown, which consist in the fastest provision of customers with new information services and goods due to more flexible management of production processes; the evaluation of the role of the digital economy as a factor in the growth of innovative territorial clusters that contribute to the integration of science, education, business, government (Federal, Republican and Municipal), the creation of a digital space to solve the problems of coordination of Russia's actions in the world is given; the developed mechanism for the implementation of the new paradigm creates a new basis for solving practical problems, offering and stimulating the active participation of civil society in the formation of the prestige of domestic business and the state as a whole. © 2018.

Nosova S.S.1 , Norkina A.N.1 , Makar S.V.2 , Arakelova I.V.3 , Medvedeva A.M.4 , Chaplyuk V.Z. 5
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  • 1 National Research Nuclear University MEPHI, Moscow Engineering Physics Institute, Moscow, Russian Federation
  • 2 Financial University under the Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation
  • 3 Volgograd State Technical University, Volgograd, Russian Federation
  • 4 Moscow Aviation Institute, National Research University, Moscow, Russian Federation
  • 5 RUDN University, Moscow, Russian Federation
Competitive advantages; Digital dividends; Digital economy; Digital technologies; Ebusiness; Innovation; Innovative territorial clusters; Turbulence
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