CUMULATIVE MODEL OF INCREASING GROSS VALUE ADDED OF THE HIGH-TECH SECTOR OF THE NATIONAL ECONOMY
Topicality. The high-tech sector plays a crucial role in the socio-economic development of the world's states and is a key factor in their competitiveness. Ukraine is a state with a strong scientific and innovative potential, which is able to provide access to the world's leading positions. However, Ukraine lags significantly behind in the development of its high-tech sector from many other countries of the world, which requires the development of strategic measures to overcome the current situation.
Aim and tasks. Based on the analysis of mutual influence of gross value added of the high-tech sector and the reproductive process of the national economy on an innovative basis to develop a conceptual basis for the formation of a system of incentives for increasing the gross value of high-tech areas of entrepreneurial activity.
Research results. The article reveals the role of high-tech sector in the national economy and on this basis a cumulative model of increasing gross value of the high-tech sector of the national economy is proposed. The model reveals appropriate mutual influences and allows to approach the development of incentives for increasing the gross value of the high-tech sector from systemic positions.
Conclusion. Gross value added, created by the high-tech sector, is a source of competitive advantages for the national economy: it provides a technological basis for innovation development of all sectors of the economy, workplaces for highly skilled labor, reduction of capital outflow due to the involvement of its investment in innovation activities, increase of budget revenues. Stimulating the development of the high-tech sector should be systematic and cover all elements of the cumulative model of increasing gross value added of the high-tech sector of the national economy, namely: foreign economic integration, increase of productivity of domestic industries on an innovative basis, increase financial resources for expanded reproduction of innovation potential and development of the innovation system.
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