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THE STRUCTURE OF THE ECONOMIC SYSTEM:
FROM TRADITIONAL INDUSTRY TO VIRTUAL PRODUCTION
Vasin Sergey Mikhaylovich, Doctor of economical sciences, professor, head of sub-department of business
administration, Penza State University (40 Krasnaya street, Penza, Russia), firstname.lastname@example.org
Background. Studying the economic system structure is necessary to obtain detailed information on the development of industries, their level of development, their share in the production output and industrial evolution. The purpose of this paper is to study the structure of the economy and to define the dependency of the structure on productive forces and the development of production relations.
Materials and methods. We studied the works by domestic and foreign scientists who fixed structural components at a stated period of time. We used the structural and monographic analyses.
Results. We proposed the structure of the economic system for an integrated, interrelated and interdependent development of the sectors of the national economy; described the features of manufacturing production and the increasing role of virtual production. We worked out a sequence of evaluating transformational changes in the socio-economic system, as well as the logic of making managerial decisions.
Conclusions. The specificity of the economic system structural dynamics is in transferring the significance from agriculture on to industry and then to 'virtual' production. Structural differences between the common socioeconomic models are based on the peculiarities of production relations, which, in most cases, are a major factor in the transformation of the socio-economic systems.
economic system, economic structure, production, virtual production, productive forces, production relations, transformation
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