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Organizational Aspects of Digital Economics Management

  • Margarita Melnik
  • Tatiana AntipovaEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 78)

Abstracts

The digital economy opens up new horizons for improving of Digital Economics management at all levels of state. The improvement of this management at the meso-level, where effective methods of cooperation and coordination of the activities of legally independent economic entities, united in a single process of producing end-use products, are of particular importance. Considering the state’s attention to accelerating and improving the research and development, special attention should be paid to the digital economy to forms of coordinating research & development work (R & D) and preparatory production processes and accelerating the innovative development of all fields of activity based on them. Bearing in mind this requirement, authors have elaborated Conceptual Model of Digital Economics Management. Under these conditions, new communication methods created in the digital economy provide solutions to the tasks of improving strategic planning and solving global problems of modernizing the country’s economy. It is important taking into account the new opportunities opened up by the digital economy and turn production organization into the most important driver of its successful development.

Keywords

Digitization Organization of production Production process Organizational structure Centralization Standardization Holding formations Effectiveness Improving organization Meso and macro level 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Financial UniversityMoscowRussian Federation
  2. 2.Institute of Certified SpecialistsPermRussia

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