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Innovations, Information Society and Long-Term Development Strategy of Russia

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  • Valentina M. Bondarenko

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The article shows that understanding of such problem as construction of information society and formation of national innovative programs lies in the mainstream of theoretical conceptualization of development of human system as a whole. This new knowledge could be obtained owing only to the new methodology, developed by the author for cognition of the laws of human community development, and based on the target orientation, systemic and cross-disciplinary nature of all processes and their measurability through the single indicator and uniform criteria of efficiency. This made it possible to define, namely, the cycles and crises in each particular country and in the entire global community. It turned out to be the result of ignorance of objective laws of development. It has also made it possible to find out the global innovation that will irreversibly change the means of production of things; to formulate the fundamental tasks of development strategy of socio-economic systems and the mechanism for its realization with proper account of interests of a concrete person. It provides the possibility to effectively and within the shortest period of time find the way out of the systemic global crisis and take the course of continuous evolution to reach the objectively set goal of development.

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Article provided by Bulgarian Academy of Sciences - Economic Research Institute in its journal Economic Studies.

Volume (Year): (2009)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
Pages: 39-54

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Handle: RePEc:bas:econst:y:2009:i:3:p:39-54

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