Clustarisation as a pecularity of the current stage of world economy intellectualization

Oleksandr Yuriyovych Kardakov


Introduction. The current stage of economic development is marked by accelerated technological progress and intellectualization of all sectors of the economy. Intensive research and development of new technologies, their access to international markets and international integration of scientific and manufacturing sector have become a key factor of developed countries economic growth . Intellectualization of an economy becomes an objective factor which ensures a significant indicator of society.

Purpose. The main purpose is to research intellectualization of economic activity as the current trend of economic development. Determination of relationship of intellectualization and clustering of the modern economy has to be done.

Results. Innovative clusters play a special role in the intellectualization of the economy as on their basis it is formed the organized and stable system of creation, dissemination and application of new knowledge and technologies. In the context of intellectualization of economy innovation clusters and their activities are considered to be profitable to the private sector and the state. The list of these benefits include the following aspects: the increase of awareness in the cluster and expanding of opportunities for dissemination, the conditions for learning and inter-company collaboration,the information exchange and joint efforts for common projects, the team of highly qualified workers, the strengthening of formal and other relations. All of them will assist the formation of new ideas and creation of new businesses. 


intellectualization of economy; innovation clusters; knowledge-intensive sectors

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