|PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 1 (65), 2018|
|ECONOMIC PROBLEMS OF REGIONS AND BRANCH COMPLEXES|
|Boitolovsky N. V.|
Chair of Accounting, Analysis and Auditing, St. Petersburg State University of Economics, PhD (Economics), Professor
Trifonov S. V.
Assistant professor, Chair of Economics and Industrial Management, St. Petersburg State University of Economics, PhD (Economics)
Lavrentjeva O. O.
Intern of the Chair of Accounting, Analysis and Audit, St. Petersburg State Economic University
|The model of socio-economic development called “technological” is nowadays broadly discussed in scholarly literature. In accordance with the “technological variant,” development should be implemented in integral blocks from producers to creditable customers of high-tech production. The risk involved in this variant consists in the occurrence of non-effective large-scale investment in case when certain conditions within technological chains on the internal market are not properly observed. The variant of socio-economic development presents an alternative to “raw-material” variant, and foresees the transformation of development strategy of particular high-tech complexes into a unified production strategy based on the targeted support of investments in various spheres of economy|
|Key words: industrial enterprise, production system, effective production, high-tech, processing industry, balanced production|
| Pages: 107 - 109|