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Volume 74, 2020The 19th International Scientific Conference Globalization and its Socio-Economic Consequences 2019 – Sustainability in the Global-Knowledge Economy
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Innovation and Investment in Industry 4.0|
|Published online||10 January 2020|
Globalization and localization: The formation of the technology innovative development
ITMO University, Faculty of Technological Management and Innovations, Department of Economics and Strategic Management, Saint Petersburg, 197101, Russia.
2 State University of Aerospace Instrumentation, Institute of Enterprinership Technologies, Department of High-Tech Sistems Security, Saint Petersburg, 190000, Russia.
3 State University of Aerospace Instrumentation, Institute of Enterprinership Technologies, Head of Department of High-Tech Sistems Security, Saint Petersburg, 190000, Russia.
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Future of the global economy depends more and more on possibilities and restrictions of innovative development. In the classical interpretation economic development is limited by non-renewable nature of a significant part of the natural resource potential and assimilation abilities of the environment. In opposition, it’s safe to say that the impact of innovative-technological factors, based on scientific, educational and information revolutions, powered by the synergic effect of the partnership of civilizations, is rising. The aggravation of this global contradiction forces countries, regions and enterprises around the world to look for additional ways to increase competitiveness and efficiency. One of the possible ways to solve this problem is the development of cluster policy – both on the part of the state and on the part of business, large multinational companies. The article analyzes the possibility of formation of technology of innovative development of the region through the competent implementation of cluster policy. The authors conducted a systematic analysis of the effects of clustering (localization), concentrated in the field of high-tech industries, identified problems of their development, including those in the context of globalization.
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