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Taking Advantage of Digitalization in Economy and Innovation to Transform Modern Society

Goyal, Krishna (2021): Taking Advantage of Digitalization in Economy and Innovation to Transform Modern Society. Published in: Amity University Press , Vol. 3, No. 1 (15 October 2021): pp. 21-29.

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Digital economies are those that make use of the latest technology to digitize processes and drive business growth through the use of digital tools. A result of this is an increase in foreign direct investment, which, in turn, creates new jobs and opportunities within the economy and society as a whole. There is a fundamental change taking place in the economy and in our society as a result of the digitalization of the economy. Consequently, it promotes entrepreneurship, productivity, and economic growth on a regional level, thus contributing to the development of the economy. As well as having implications for the growth of the economy, the labor market, and political participation, there are also implications for the growth of the economy. As a result, it puts new demands on the field of education and training across a wide range of areas, not just those related to information and communication technologies (ICTs). There will be a future in which one of the most important issues relating to productivity, employment, and competitiveness in various industries and within different companies, as well as how rapidly digitalization will penetrate their respective economies and societies, will prove to be of utmost importance in the coming years. In the perspective of education economics, one of the most important factors in the success of a system for educating and training people is their ability to adapt to the changing world of work.

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