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Regional Economics: Theory and Practice
 

Digital industrialization as a target setting of regional strategies

Vol. 18, Iss. 9, SEPTEMBER 2020

Received: 29 June 2020

Received in revised form: 23 July 2020

Accepted: 8 August 2020

Available online: 15 September 2020

Subject Heading: REGIONAL STRATEGIC PLANNING

JEL Classification: R10

Pages: 1659–1674

https://doi.org/10.24891/re.18.9.1659

Bolgova E.V. Samara State University of Economics (SSEU), Samara, Russian Federation
elena_bolgova@rambler.ru

ORCID id: not available

Bolgov S.A. Samara State Transport University (SSTU), Samara, Russian Federation
bolgov@vostok-invest.ru

ORCID id: not available

Kurnikova M.V. Samara State University of Economics (SSEU), Samara, Russian Federation
mvkurnikova@gmail.com

ORCID id: not available

Subject. This article discusses the issues of goal-setting in the context of digital industrialization.
Objectives. The article aims to develop theoretical provisions and practical basis for the use of industrialization concepts when formulating the objectives of regional strategies in Russia.
Methods. For the study, we used the methods of generalization, analysis and synthesis, deduction and induction, and the dialectical approach.
Results. The article systematizes the provisions of various concepts of industrialization and describes the influence of digital industrialization on spatial development.
Conclusions. It is necessary to use the provisions of industrial concepts, as well as the experience of their application in the management of the development of territorial units of EU countries. This can contribute to the digital industrialization of the economy of Russia's regions.

Keywords: digital industrialization, region, strategy

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