Studies on Russian Economic Development

, Volume 18, Issue 3, pp 314–327 | Cite as

Conceptual aspects of formation of a knowledge-based economy

  • L. E. Mindeli
  • L. K. Pipiya
Science and Technology


The article summarizes international experience in the study of main trends in knowledge generation and dissemination and reveals key aspects of a knowledge-based economy: a new quality of economic growth, science and innovation, networking, IT technologies, and the knowledge-intensive services sector. Also touched upon are globalization aspects and the socioeconomic problems of transition from a knowledge-based economy to a knowledge society.


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