Features of socio-economic systems’ transformation processes management
In the 21st century, the main trend in the development of society is widespread digitalization. It arose due to the emergence of the Internet and the rapid development of electronic computers. The influence of digitalization determines the scientific relevance of the research. Purpose. The purpose of the study is to reveal features of socio-economic systems’ transformation processes management at each stage of evolution. To achieve this goal the following tasks have been solved: - A qualitative scheme for changing the structure of the world economy under the influence of industrial revolutions has been presented; - The approach to socio-economic systems’ transformation processes management from the society typologization standpoint has been systematized; - The essence of the crypto economy as a particular case of digital society has been revealed. Results.
1. An aggregated typology of socio-economic systems’ transformation development in the conditions of digital society has been constructed. 2. An improved scheme of changes in the structure of the world economy under the supervision of industrial revolutions has been constructed.
3. The main theories of socio-economic systems’ transformation management have been considered.
4. The characteristic features of socio-economic systems’ management have been revealed.
5. A detailed classification of socio-economic systems’ transformation processes management from the position of society typologization has been proposed.
6. The essence of digital society has been disclosed and its categories have been substantiated. Conclusions/Relevance. Today socio-economic systems’ transformation processes management in the conditions of digitalization and widespread change in business processes is a pressing challenge. New business models that take into account digitalization will discredit modern approaches to management and business. The need for cognitive communication between people has always existed, and ubiquitous digitalization reduces the time of communication between people and consumer behavior, which allows highlighting the following types of economies: digital economy, virtual economy, sharing economy, crypto economy.
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