Економічний вісник Національного технічного університету України «Київський політехнічний інститут» | VOL. 0


Publication Date Jun 29, 2018


The article presents re-industrialization issues in developed countries (EU and US), as well as in developing countries. The paper deals with the strategy of "new industrialization", which nowadays is in high-priority of economic policy in most countries of the developed world. It claims that the post-industrial economy can no longer act as a reliable basis for economic development, since it requires a material production. Moreover, the demand for innovation forms in the material production and ensures the dynamic development of the innovative economy. It is determined that the main content of re-industrialization is the process of spreading "breakthrough technologies", which cover both the formation of new industries, sectors of the economy and industry, as well as their spread in traditional sectors of the economy. Analyzing world experience in the field of developing and implementing modern industrial policy, it is worth noting that the conceptual approaches, content and tools of industrial policy are fundamentally changing towards a new industrial that is replacing the traditional policy. The analysis provides a description of the structural changes that have already occurred and projections for future developments in the European and US states concerning the problem of the revival and development of their own industry. The research gave an opportunity to discover that the fundamental importance is the rethinking of the role of modern industrial development and for Ukraine, which can not dynamically develop beyond the gl...


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