Accelerating the Development of the Digital Economy in Ukraine in the Framework of the Course of European Integration
Keywords:Digitalization, post-industrial society, technology, gig economy, knowledge, strategy
This article examines the problem of the accelerating the development of the digital economy in Ukraine in the framework of the course of European integration.
In the conditions of unstable world economic situation, it is necessary for the economy of Ukraine to determine the determinants of economic development. Ukraine, which is geographically a European country, also seeks to integrate economically into the community of European developed countries which are an example of solidarity, cooperation and mutual assistance.
The defining characteristic of achieving sustainable development in the EU is the digitalization of the economy. Thanks to digitalization, there are positive changes in the efficiency of the use of factors and production time.
The state of digitalization of Ukraine's economy on the path to European integration is examined. Ukraine's integration into the European communication system must be accompanied and combined with the creation of Ukrainian content that will meet national economic and socio-cultural needs.
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