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Methodological Framework for Integrating Risk into Innovation in a "Digital Economy" Environment

Methodological Framework for Integrating Risk into Innovation in a "Digital Economy" Environment

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 10 (no. 3),

The article aims to explain the methodological aspects of the dissemination of risk management concepts in the field of innovation, which are used for the formation and development of the "digital economy." To this end, the following issues have been considered: State of methodological basis of risk management in the sphere of innovation in the context of digitalization of the economy of the country. The most relevant areas of methodological changes in the implementation of digitalization. Basic requirements to the updated methodology of risk management in the sphere of innovation in the context of the development of the "digital economy". Main directions of updating the methodology of risk management in the sphere of innovation of the "digital economy". Methodological aspects of combining alternative actions to reduce risks of innovation creation and promotion. The role of standards in the process of studying risks in the sphere of innovation. Moving from a traditional industry economy to a knowledge-based economy requires new concepts and methods for companies to maintain a competitive advantage. Peculiarities of the methodology for studying the risks of open innovation.


Keywords: digitalization of the economy, risk management in the sphere of innovation, methodological aspects of risk management

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