Post-industrial development and the nature of deindustrialization in the world economy and economic security of Russia


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Abstract

The article evaluates the world experience of post-industrial development and deindustrialization in the economies of both developed and developing countries. The significance of the crisis of the post-industrial paradigm for the development of the world economy is indicated. The importance of applying this experience in the process of import substitution and the unfolding reindustrialization in Russia. The analysis of the world experience of post-industrial development and deindustrialization of the economy, its macro-regional features is carried out in the context of maintaining and developing Russia's economic security. The author's understanding of the problems and prospects of the development of import substitution and reindustrialization processes in the world is proposed. Import substitution is considered as part of the country's economic development and national security strategy.

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Vladimir Anatolyevich Noskov

Samara State University of Economics

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Email: noskov1962@inbox.ru
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-8890-8536

professor of the Department of World Economy

Russian Federation, 141, Soviet Army Street, Samara

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