Resource Provision in a Digitizing Economy: Problems and Perspectives
This article studies the provision of human resources within a digitizing economy-a contemporary issue in Russian politics. Currently, enterprises are struggling to compete due to human resource shortages. The authors present a solution based on effective interaction between business, government and education. Without this integration, it is impossible to make the transition to an information society. A significant shortage of human resources cannot be filled by Universities with limited state support; graduates are not specialists and university knowledge quickly loses its relevance. Therefore, businesses need to help train future experts by leveraging their superior commercial structures. This article analyzes the Russian labor market, foreign experience of cooperation between education and business, highlights the main institutional forms of cooperation and proposes a triad interaction model to facilitate the transition into the digital economy. The resulting triad model synthesizes and integrates best practice from the most advanced, entrepreneurial university programs in the world.