5.Yuliya V. Vertakova, Natal’ya A. Plotnikova

Conditions for the Development of Future Markets: Industrial Growth Areast

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Yuliya V. Vertakova

Head of Department of the Southwest State University (Kursk), Doctor of Economics, Professor

50 let Oktyabrya Str. 94, Kursk, Russian Federation, 305040

Natal’ya A. Plotnikova

Postgraduate Student of the Southwest State University (Kursk)

50 let Oktyabrya Str. 94, Kursk, Russian Federation, 305040

The rapid progress in science and technology in the 21stCentury hassignificantly affected the global economy as a whole, and the manufacturing industry in particular. The economic power of a country is nowadays determined not so much by the volume of production as by the development of fundamentally new products and technologies. The main trend of the ongoing changes is industrial production becoming digital, “paperless,” smart, and customized.
Aim. The present study aims to examine the conditions for the development of future markets with the purpose of identifying industrial growth areas.
Tasks. The authors substantiate the urgency of the problem and experience of solving it; examine the prerequisites for the development of the National Technological Initiative of Russia (NTI); review international practices in the field of advanced manufacturing technologies (AMT) and Russian experience; study the specific aspects of the Technet roadmap; develop a production management model and symbiosis of the NTI with other public initiatives.
Methods. This study uses general scientific methods of cognition, comparative and statistical analysis to systematize the results of research regardingthe problem of identifying industrial growth areas based on analysis of the conditions for the development of future markets.
Results. The authors prove that countries are currently initiating a new technological revolution in the form of national policy with the purpose of maintaining competitiveness and achieving high productivity. In Russia, such policy has manifested itself in the form of the National Technological Initiative. International practices in the field of AMT and Russian experience are reviewed. Market roadmaps of the National Technological Initiative are presented with an emphasis on the Technet NTI roadmap, which is intended for ensuring long-term global competitiveness of the Russian industry through the implementation of AMT. The authors conclude that project consortia would serve as the production management models of the future and provide examples of the application of a project consortium formation model.
Conclusion. Examination of the conditions for the development of industrial growth areas makes it possible to examine the prerequisites for the development of the NTI; review international practices in the field of AMT and Russian experience; study the specific aspects of the Technet roadmap; development of a production management model and symbiosis of the NTI with other public initiatives.

Keywords: innovations, industry, future markets, advanced manufacturing technologies, technological leadership

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