Models of Modern Information Economy: Conceptual Contradictions and Practical Examples

Alexander P. Sukhodolov
Baikal State University, Russian Federation

Elena G. Popkova
Volgograd State Technical University, Russian Federation

Tatiana N. Litvinova
Volgograd State Agrarian University, Russian Federation


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Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781787562882
Published:
29 Oct 2018
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
384 pages - 152 x 229mm
The concept of an information economy is considered by some to be a new branch of economic theory, and by others as the next stage of development for an economy post-industrialization. Leading and developing economies are seeking to quickly develop a functional information economy in order to help overcome the consequences of the global financial crisis and ensure high global economic competitiveness. 
This book analyzes modern conceptual models of information economies, highlighting and examining their systemic contradictions and failings. It explores the disconnection between the readiness of the technical infrastructure for forming and developing the information economy, and an unprepared institutional and societal structure that is therefore unable to implement these processes and models. The editors present different approaches to solving these methodological and practical contradictions and lay out future models across different international contexts. They also provide recommendations for optimizing their theoretical model and improving its implementation in modern economic systems.
Part I. Theoretical Model of Modern Information Economy
Chapter 1. The Notion and Essence of Information Economy
Chapter 2. Basic Characteristics of Information Economy
Chapter 3. Basic Characteristics of Information Economy: Theoretical Peculiarities and Analytical Aspects
Chapter 4. Stages of Information Economy’s Formation
Part II. Practical Experience of the Formation of the Information Economy Model
Chapter 5. Information Economy in Asian Countries
Chapter 6. The European Experience of Information Economy’s Formation
Chapter 7. The American Practice of Implementing the Model of Information Economy
Part III. Peculiarities of Information Economy in Modern Russia
Chapter 8. The Basic Preconditions of Information Economy’s Formation in Modern Russia 
Chapter 9. Barriers on the Path of Information Economy’s Formation in Modern Russia
Chapter 10. Implementation of CALS Systems as a Condition of Information Economy’s Formation in the Russian Production Practice
Chapter 11. Stages of Development of Information Economy in Modern Russia
Part IV. Logical Disparities of the Model of Information Economy
Chapter 12. Unreadiness of Society for Information Economy’s Formation
Chapter 13. Entrepreneurship’s Potential in Economy’s Informatization
Chapter 14. Institutional Contradictions of Information Economy
Part V. Recommendations for Optimization of the Model of Information Economy
Chapter 15. Mechanism of Optimization of the Model of Information Economy
Chapter 16. New Balance in the Model of Information Economy
Chapter 17. Perspective Model of Well-Balanced Information Economy
Part VI. The Key Characteristics of the Optimization Model of Well-Balanced Information Economy
Chapter 18. The Principles of Implementation of Innovational Model of Well-Balanced Information Economy
Chapter 19. Priorities of Implementation of the Optimization Model of Well-Balanced Information Economy
Chapter 20. The Main Components of Well-Balanced Information Economy
Chapter 21. The Basic Institutes of Well-Balanced Information Economy
Part VII. Methodological Provision of Monitoring and Control Over Implementation of the Optimization Model of Information Economy
Chapter 22. Indicators of Efficiency of the Process of Implementation of the Optimization Model of Information Economy
Chapter 23. Criteria of Effectiveness of State Management of the Process of Implementing the Optimization Model of Information Economy
Chapter 24. Target Indicators of Implementing the Measures on Formation of the Model of Information Economy
Chapter 25. The Main Directions of Development of Information Production of Russia's Tax System
Part VIII. Adaptation of the Optimization Model to the Modern Russia’s Economy
Chapter 26. The Framework Strategy of Implementing the Information Economy’s Optimization Model in Modern Russia
Chapter 27. Algorithm of the Strategy of Implementing the Information Economy’s Optimization Model in Modern Russia
Chapter 28. Perspectives of Information Economy’s Formation in Modern Russia
Chapter 29. Expected Scenarios of Development of Information Economy in the Global Economic System
Chapter 30. The Essence and Peculiarities of Implementing the Optimal Scenario of Digital Economy Development in Modern Russia
Chapter 31. Practical Recommendations for Monitoring and Control of Implementing the Optimization Model of Digital Economy in Modern Russia
Chapter 32. Correlation of Evolutional and Revolutionary Transformations in a Socio-Economic System in the Conditions of Information Economy’s Formation
Chapter 33. The Role and Value of Information in the Economic System: Opposition of Post-Industrial and Information Economy
Conclusions

Alexander P. Sukhodolov is the Rector of Baikal State University, Russia. He is the head of the editorial board for the journals Issues of Theory and Practice of Journalism and Russian Journal of Criminology, and he is the editor-in-chief of the scientific journal Russian-Chinese Research. Alexander is the author of more than 200 publications in Russian, English, and French.
Elena G. Popkova is Professor of World Economics and Economic Theory at Volgograd State Technical University, Russia, and founder of the autonomous non-profit organization The Institute of Scientific Communications. She has published her research in several international journals, and she is the author of more than 200 publications in Russian and English.
Tatiana N. Litvinova is Associate Professor of Management at Volgograd State Agrarian University, Russia. She has published her research in several international journals, and she is the author of more than 50 publications in Russian and English.

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