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CULTURE AS A FACTOR OF KNOWLEDGE ECONOMICS WITH PARADIGMATIC CHANGES IN SYSTEMIC INSTITUTIONAL CONTEXT

Author: Givi Bedianashvili | Published: 2018-12-28 | Pages: 58-66

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Abstract

In modern conditions it is important to develop a system- ic and institutional concept of culture as a form of knowledge economy. In order to present a systemic concept of knowledge and culture in the formation of knowledge economy, I think the new meaning of paradigmatic and conceptual aspects of economic science is of particular importance. In addition, the systematic representation of the cognition process is partic- ularly important. As shown by the practice of recent years, the main problems in the form of knowledge technology are solved, which will facilitate the improvement of the “cogni- tive” function of economic science and enhance its practical benefits. 

The modern stage of globalization is characterized by a number of specific peculiarities of post-dosystem development, which, in our view, is important to the development of knowledge-based   economy   (knowledge   economy).   It   is noteworthy that globalization stems from adding global dimensional  dimensions  to  the  knowledge  economy,  such as resource-technological, informative, communicative and institutional structures. In addition, we think it is necessary to understand the knowledge  of the knowledge economy. This makes it possible to develop culture with knowledge as a factor of forming a knowledge economy.

According to the Postindustural Theory, the main re- source of the post-denser economy is information and knowl- edge, the main type of manufacturing activity is the high level of automation of the production, the science of technologies used primarily from the main technologies, and various ser- vices are the most common types of economic activity. In industrial society, the field of agriculture, industry - Industry, Postindustry - determinants are already theoretical knowledge with universities, as a place of active and generating knowledge.


Keywords

FORMATION OF KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY, CULTURE AS A FACTOR, PARADIGMATIC ASPECTS OF ECONOMIC SCIENCE


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