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Issue № 77. December 2019

Minimum Digital Basket of Russian Regions for Industrial Transformation

Larisa V. Lapidus, Lidiya S. Leontieva, Aleksandr O. Gostilovich

Larisa V. Lapidus — DSc (Economics), Professor, Faculty of Economics, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russian Federation.

Lidiya S. Leontieva — DSc (Economics), Professor, School of Public Administration, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russian Federation.

Aleksandr O. Gostilovich — postgraduate student, Faculty of Economics, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russian Federation.

The problem considered in the article is relevant due to inevitability of digital transformation of such economic activities as enterprises, industrial complexes, regions and the economy as a whole, which is associated with a new technological shift and increasing competition among countries for the technology markets of Industry 4.0. For Russia the urgent task is to justify the areas of industry digital transformation and identify its optimal trajectory, taking into account the goals and objectives of the state program “Digital Economy of the Russian Federation”, which can be successfully implemented only by overcoming the digital divide between the Russian Federation regions. In the context of this problem, it is advisable to consider the “minimum digital basket of Russian regions” previously proposed by professors L.V. Lapidus and L.S. Leontyeva as a basis for aligning the existing imbalances in technological readiness of the regions to the industry digital transformation.
The aim of this study is to analyze regional digital divide (gap) and identify the correlation between the state of industrial transformation individual processes and the level of regions technological readiness for digitalization. To achieve this aim, actual empirical and statistical data are used that characterize the transformation of industry and the digitalization of the Russian Federation regions. The studied empirical and statistical information was processed by methods of qualitative and quantitative analysis, correlation analysis, the results of which were synthesized in the authors' recommendations on the development of methods for compiling regional digitalization ratings and extrapolating practical conclusions using the essence of “minimum digital basket of Russian regions” concept.


Minimum digital basket, digital transformation, digital economy, regional digitalization, industry transformation.

DOI: 10.24411/2070-1381-2019-10025

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