Priorities of intensification of technological development at the meso level of economy
Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government,
2020, Volume 26, Issue 1, Pages 159-166
AbstractThe article discusses the priority directions of intensifying the technological development of subjects of the meso-level of the national economy. The list of subjects of the meso-level has been supplemented, enlarged groups of problems of subjects of the meso-level of the national economy in the field of technological development have been identified, and a list of environments has been formulated that determine the atmosphere for the implementation of an engineering project. Based on the analysis of the share of high-tech products in the volume of sales in the domestic and foreign markets, a conclusion was made about the priorities for increasing the intensity of economic activity on the scale of meso-level entities, and a cycle of unifying the problems of development of a meso-level entity was developed.
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