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CORE INDUSTRY AGGLOMERATION OF DIGITAL ECONOMY AND GREEN TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY: EVIDENCE FROM CHINA

Ping Li, Huiying Fu, Yueyao Li

In recent years, the wave of digitalization has swept the world, and the digital economy, a new economic form, has emerged and become an important driving force for transformation and upgrading, as well as the high point of a new round of industrial competition among countries around the world. In particular, the COVID-19 outbreak in 2020, while giving the traditional manufacturing industry a considerable impact and posed severe challenges to economic development around the world. It has further highlighted the role of the engine of the digital economy and made it a key driving force for the global economic recovery and the development of the world economy (Steiner, 2019). For China, on the one hand, after years of rapid development, the traditional kinetic energy of the national economy continues to weaken and can no longer forcefully pull the economy to soar, so it is urgent to find new economic growth kinetic energy; on the other hand, the extensive traditional pattern of economic growth emphasizes quantity, ignores quality and low efficiency, which causes waste of resources and also brings severe environmental problems.
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BENEFITS OF KPIS FOR INDUSTRY SECTOR EVALUATION: THE CASE STUDY FROM THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Martina Hedvičáková, Martin Král

Industrialization, a major force in structural change, shifts resources from labour-intensive activities to more capital technology-intensive activities. It will remain crucial to the future growth of developing countries. Manufacturing’s share of GDP has remained stable over the last 40 years. Technology and capital equipment are the main drivers of both manufacturing growth and aggregate growth in developed and developing countries, although in developing countries energy and natural resources use affects growth in the medium- and low-tech industries (Unido, 2018). Currently, the industrial value creation is shaped by the development towards the fourth stage of industrialization, so-called Industry 4.0. Industry 4.0, referred to as the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”, also known as “smart manufacturing”, “industrial internet” or “integrated industry”, is currently a muchdiscussed topic.
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CHANGES IN INDUSTRIAL STRUCTURE AND POTENTIAL: THE CASE OF LITHUANIA

Asta Saboniene

Every economy aspires to enlarge the share of high-tech industries in its industrial structure, considering this share as one of the main determinants of country’s economic development. Hence, the induction of high and medium-high technology industries through R&D support, stimulation of innovation activities and higher quality may help economies to avoid getting trapped in the low-tech specialization during the long term.
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