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|Title:||DIGITAL ECONOMY AS A FACTOR FOR REALIZING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT-COMPARISON OF PRACTICES OF SIX SOUTHEAST EUROPEN COUNTRIES||Authors:||Janevski, Zoran
Petkovska Mirchevska, Tatjana
|Issue Date:||Jul-2017||Conference:||4th International Symposium on Accounting and Finance ISAF 2017”, 3-5 July 2017, Ohrid, Macedonia||Abstract:||Progress made in storage, processing and transmission of digital data allowed merger of the departments of computerization, telecommunications and audio-video transmission, transforming into a significant sector of the digital economy. Advances in digital economy has realized a significant increase, (OECD, 2013: 22) implementing as an inevitable aspect in many parts of the society as retail, transportation, education, health, social interactions, banking and other elements. The growth of the digital economy is also driven, supported and facilitated throughout wide access to computers and the World Wide Web (Internet). In the world today, information and communication technologies are an integral part of the personal lives of people, businesses and governments, leading to convergence of ICT and the economy and help promote sustainable growth. Therefore, the aim of this paper is to consider the development of digital economy as a mean for sustainable development of the economic growth in the six countries of Southeast Europe i.e. Republic of Macedonia, Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia. According to this, a research has been conducted, in order to determine the prospects and possibilities for development of digital economy. The research was conducted using the comparison method, where the gathered NRI data (including four main categories and ten subcategories) for the six countries of the Southeast Europe where compared in order to determine the prospects for development of digital economy. The findings of this paper show that the six European countries taken into consideration trail behind the other world countries in the majority of indicators. However, they each excel in different fields for development of the digital economy sector, and with mutual collaboration they could enhance and further increase the development of digital economy and boost the prospects of sustainable development in their countries as well as the Southeast Europe region.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12188/9433|
|Appears in Collections:||Institute of Economics: Conference papers|
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