Transformation of a green economy in the COVID-19 era
Трансформация модели «зеленой» экономики в эпоху COVID-19

G.V. Fedotova, Volga Region Research Institute of Manufacture and Processing of Meat-and-Milk Production, R.M. Lamzin, T.V. Burlutkin, D.A. Mosolova, Volgograd State Social and Pedagogical University, Kalmyk State University named after B.B. Gorodovikov, Volga Region Research Institute of Manufacture and Processing of Meat-and-Milk Production
2020 Agrarian-And-Food Innovations  
Aim. Identification of structural elements, parameters and processes of electronic-digital transformation of the "green" economy model in the context of overcoming socio-economic and production-economic problems caused by the aggravation of the epidemiological situation in connection with the spread of COVID-19. Material and Methods. In the process of considering the problems of electronic digital transformations of the "green" economy in connection with COVID-19, general scientific methods of
more » ... nalysis, synthesis, genesis of new knowledge, methods of modeling and forecasting the most likely change in the socio-economic situation, methods of statistical and economic data analysis, methods of normative-legal analysis of strategic documents, methods of generalization, analogy and comparison of initial data. Results. The processes of transformation of the traditional economic system into a "green" economy during the spread of COVID-19 are based on the widespread use of digital technologies that provide the systematization of multidirectional information about the nature and level of morbidity of the population. This enables public authorities and the management of individual organizations to make informed managerial decisions on changing the mode of activity based on electronic technologies in accordance with the main conditions for the development of digitalization of the "green" economy. Conclusion. The formation of a sustainable system of "green" economy in a crisis situation of the COVID-19 pandemic is determined by the observance of a number of socio-economic, legal and technological conditions associated with the use of digital technologies. This provides expanded opportunities to fully inform the participants of public-private cooperation about the nature of the implementation of building a "green" economy. At the same time, the development of complex organizational, legal and economic measures to overcome the crisis situation during the spread of COVID-19 is taking place.
doi:10.31208/2618-7353-2020-12-19-30 fatcat:sp5xvrellfc7xerlgfws53xsbi