|Title||Prerequisites for the industrial policy formation of the country in conditions of transition to the sixth technology revolution|
Karintseva, Oleksandra Ivanivna
Tarasenko, Svitlana Viktorivna
Kharchenko, Mykola Oleksiiovych
gross value added
|Date of Issue||2017|
|Publisher||Sumy State University|
|Citation||Karintseva O.I. Prerequisites for the industrial policy formation of the country in conditions of transition to the sixth technology revolution [Internet source] / O.I. Karintseva, A.V. Dyachenko, S.V. Tarasenko, M.O. Kharchenko // Economic Processes Management: International Scientific E-Journal. - 2017. - № 3. - http://epm.fem.sumdu.edu.ua/download/2017_3/epm2017_3_8.pdf|
In the conditions of transition to the sixth technology revolution, it is important to determine the vector of the formation of industrial policy and the points of growth of the country, considering the specifics of its development and potential resources. For Ukraine, the choice of a niche, industry, directions that would become the mainstream of sustainable development of the country continues to be relevant. Main purpose of the article is to justify the hypothesis of the need to form a niche orientation of the industrial policy of the country in the conditions of transition to the sixth technology revolution. A classic model of industrial policy is characteristic for Ukraine. In conditions of decentralization and the need for uniform development of regions for the country, it is
optimal to use a system model that initiates the diversification of production of goods and services and cost optimization. An important element in the cluster model is the definition of the main niche that unites innovative clusters of territories. In Ukraine, there is some positive dynamics of growth in value added created in the country, up to 2010. At the same time, the absolute values of the gross value-added index created in Ukraine in general are several times smaller (or even 10 times) than the created gross value added in manufacturing industry of leading countries. The country enters a new technological cycle without having a strong industrial base. This defines its low launch opportunities for introducing design innovations and further sustainable development. It is proposed to form industrial robotics as a leading niche in the country’s industry, which would become a point of growth for the export of products with high added value. This choice is due to the socio-economic progress of mankind in the 21st century and the indices of the development of industrial robotics in recent years.
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