|PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 1 (77), 2021|
|EURASIAN ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE: PROBLEMS AND DECISIONS|
Director, Research Center “One Belt, One Road ” and the Eurasian Economic Union affiliated to North-Western University, People’s Republic of China (Xi’an), PhD (Economics)
Selishcheva T. A.
Chair of Economic Theory and the History of Economic Thought, St. Petersburg State Economic University, PhD (Economics), Professor
Diatlov S. A.
Chair of General Economic Theory and the History of Economic Thought, St. Petersburg State Economic University, Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, PhD (Economics), Professor
|The article discusses features of the global digital economy, describes development of digital economies in China and in EEU countries emphasizing the digital gap between them, and analyzes the digital potential of EEU countries with respect to the possibilities and problems of creating a Digital Silk Road. The authors distinguish six major directions that facilitate the development of the Digital Silk Road in Eurasia.|
|Key words: Digital Silk Road, “One Belt — One Way”, China, EEU, pairing of 'One Belt - One Road' with EEU, digital economy, digital gap|
| Pages: 14 - 20|