Intellectual Entrepreneurship as a Driver for the Development of Innovation Economy

2018 Social Economics  
The article is devoted to the comprehensive study of changes in modern trends in the use of innovative technologies characterized by the transition to knowledge economy and information society, which in many respects determine the economic and social type of development of the international and national economy. The article reveals the problems, the main directions and prospects in the category of «intellectual enterprise». The authors focus on the role of innovation in the modern world, its
more » ... ive dissemination, introduction into all spheres of economic activity, emergence of new technologies, intellectualization and informatization of production. The authors propose the proper definition of the category of «intellectual enterprise». Particular attention is paid to the relevance of intellectual entrepreneurship in modern conditions, which primarily happens due to active changes of such concepts as «knowledge», «trade», as well as constant reorientation of modern trends. The entrepreneurial sector determines the preconditions for the formation of qualitative changes of an economic and social nature, based on the introduction of innovations and self-organization of business entities. As exploratory task, the authors identified an attempt to evaluate intellectual entrepreneurship in the context of innovation on the example of developed countries. This direction is also supplemented by consideration of current trends in the development of intellectual entrepreneurship in Ukraine, which today, unlike many developed countries, is just being initiated in the realities of Ukrainian business environment. In the end, certain measures were proposed those could provide the necessary processes for creating a supportive environment where the process of formation, growth, use and creative processing of already existing data and information as a resource for creating innovative solutions in Ukraine will take place.
doi:10.26565/2524-2547-2018-55-11 fatcat:s3tl7ll275d57hjmhynirmplpe