Individual digitalization as an element of development of foreign countries: experience for Ukraine

Keywords: digitalization, electronic transformation, digital transformation, foreign countries


Purpose: is the relevance of defining the concept of “digitalisation” and analysing its changes in a number of foreign countries, as well as highlighting the importance of studying this process as a modern mandatory element of the development and protection of economies.

Method: analysis; synthesis; comparison; formalization and evaluation of the material; abstraction and conjunctural analysis (thinking).

 Findings: the article highlights the peculiarities of the conceptual apparatus of the term “digitalisation”; outlines the nuances of the development of some business models of the military-industrial complexes of the countries studied as an element of digital transformation; calculates the indicators of digitalisation and determines the timeframe of the digital transformation of the respective countries.

Theoretical implications: is to make readers aware of the importance of assessing individual digitalisation indicators and taking digital transformation into account when forecasting the long-term development of countries.

Paper type: theoretical, descriptive, practical, methodical.


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Semenenko, O., Abramova, M., Yarmolchyk, M., Poberezhets, T., Maltseva, I., & Tverdokhlib, Y. (2024). Individual digitalization as an element of development of foreign countries: experience for Ukraine. Social Development and Security, 14(1), 1-18.
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