Sopilko N.Yu. Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russian Federation email@example.com
Navrotskaya N.A. Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation firstname.lastname@example.org
Myasnikova O.Yu. Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russian Federation email@example.com
Importance The article focuses on trends and specifics seen in the development of global production ties in technological industries. We also examine distinctions in the development of production ties in the same industries of Russia in line with global trends. Objectives The research analyzes and summarizes contemporary trends in the development of global production ties in high technology and medium technology industries. We also evaluate what distinguishes their development in Russia in line with global trends. Methods We use general scientific methods of research, such as systems and structural methods, scientific abstraction, analysis, synthesis, comparative analysis. Results We analyze and summarize principal trends in the development of global production ties in high and medium technology sectors in line with structural shifts in the global economy, changes in geographic division of labor, innovative level of production processes. We evaluate the future development of production ties in Russia in the above industries. Conclusions and Relevance Structural shifts in global economy, changes in geographic division of labor, increase in the innovative level of production processes create a new typology of global production, architecture and motivation of production ties in high and medium technology industries. In Russia, production ties in the above industries should be developed in line with global internationalization of production ties, on the one hand, and localization, on the other hand, and the specifics of the national economy.
Keywords: production ties, high technology industry, medium technology industry, production system, reshoring
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