Аграрный вестник Урала № 12 (154) 2016Экономика
Advanced technology in the agrarian economic sector
Themodern economy is characterized as a transition from the traditional(industrial) or industrial to information-information society based on theprimacy of processes of formation, dissemination and consumption ofinformation. Information becomes, on the one hand, one of the main elements ofthe production potential of the enterprise, and on the other hand, one of the leadingfactors determining the evolutionary trends of another element of the capacity– fixed capital. Many researchers pay attention to the availability ofinformation equipment technology, especially high-tech. In countries withdeveloped market economies there is a tendency of integration of productionstructures in a single information system, and improving this system is one ofthe priorities of national policy. According to experts, microelectronics andcomputer industry, components of database development information space, therate of growth, affect socio-economic structure of society, and contribution toscientific and technological development, positive changes in theintellectualization of society are unparalleled. Currently, these industry themost powerful and high-tech, market their products is comparable with themarket for natural resources. Technological developments in the process ofreproduction of fixed capital in developed countries is now rapidly shaping aninnovative economy that allows a substantial share of GDP to fill high-techproducts. Technological progress in the conditions of information societyformation, first, is much faster than even just 30 or 40 years ago, andsecondly, having on all spheres of human life much greater and more noticeableeffect. Therefore, it is impossible not to take into account environmentalfactors, the impact of which now must take into account any economic system.
computer networks, innovations, information technology, scientific progress, fixed capital, production, market factors, economic growth.
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