The second volume of the multi-authored monograph compiled by VolSU scientists for the 70th anniversary of the birth of the Honorary Scientist of the Russian Federation O. V. Inshakov has been published
Springer Publishing House has published the second volume of the New Technology for Inclusive and Sustainable Growth: Technological Support, Standards and Commercial Turnover multi-authored monograph (DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-9808-8).
The research project on compiling an interdisciplinary monograph is dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the birth of Oleg Inshakov (1952–2018), Honorary Scientist of the Russian Federation, Rector of VolSU (1995–2014), President of VolSU (2014–2016), Director of the Research Institute of Socio-Economic Development of the Region, based at VolSU (2016–2017).
The monograph was prepared under the editorship of Honorary Worker of Education of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Law, Professor Agnessa Inshakova and Honorary Worker of Higher Education of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Economics, Professor Elena Inshakova. The work is included in the book series indexed in SCOPUS/Web of Science Core Collection.
The author’s sections of the monograph were prepared by young scientists and prominent figures of various branches of science, namely: Doctor of Law, Professor Aslan Abashidze (RUDN University), PhD in Law, Associate Professor Iolanta Baltutite (VolSU), PhD in Law, Associate Professor Vladimir Berezko (MGIMO University), Doctor of Law, Professor Alexander Goncharov (VolSU), PhD in Law, Associate Professor Davud Davudov (VolSU), Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor Valentin Dzedik (VolSU), Doctor of Law, Professor Agnessa Inshakova (VolSU), Doctor of Law, Professor Svetlana Kazachenok (VolSU), PhD in Law, Associate Professor Olesya Kazachenok (VolSU), Doctor of Law, Professor Andrey Klishas (RUDN University), PhD in Economics Denis Matytsin (VolSU), Mahshid Yazdanimoghadam (RUDN University), Doctor of Law Viktor Ponka (RAS), Doctor of Law, Professor Anatoly Ryzhenkov (VolSU), Doctor of Law, Professor Evgeniya Frolova (RUDN University), Shuhratpur Muhammadyusuf (RUDN University), Edgar Josue Young Dominguez (RUDN University).
This collaborative study aims to solve a complex interdisciplinary scientific problem, which lies in the absence of balanced mechanisms for increasing the effectiveness of state regulation of industrial and non-industrial spheres of environmental entrepreneurship by means of digital technologies, taking into account the inclusive growth and sustainable development of Russia. The problematic state of environmental entrepreneurship in the country requires a logical search for solutions, including the use of digital economy and digital law. To solve this problem, the authors of the book employ the methodological instruments of various branches of science, primarily Economics and Law.
The joint research is closely connected with forming scientific and technological foundations for the economic growth and social development of the Russian Federation. The solution of specific tasks set out in the Strategy of Scientific and Technological Development of the Russian Federation involves the collection of empirical data on the current situation with the interaction between society and nature, an intersectoral study of the digital technology impact on the environment, life and health of people, the state of public and social institutions designed to participate in environmental protection. The understanding of the overall picture will allow to analyze the current situation with the state of environmental entrepreneurship, formulate a number of specific proposals, which ensure the consistent expansion of green sectors of economy through intensive involvement of Russian entrepreneurship, to public authorities. The collected empirical data, the doctrinal concepts of the writing team, the studied foreign experience, the proposals for the modernization of Russian legislation and existing economic regulators will contribute to Russia’s transition to advanced digital, intelligent production technologies.
The monograph includes 4 sections:
1. Legislation Safeguarding National Security, Defense of the Rights and Interests of Participants in the Modern Socio-Economic System;
2. Legal and Technological Support for the Sustainable Development of Ecopreneurship and Environmental Protection Measures in Economic Activity;
3. New Procedural and Technological Standards of Legal Proceedings in the Context of Digital Development in the Legislation of Russia and Foreign Countries;
4. Stream of Commerce in the Conditions of the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Financial and Information Support.
The book is intended for a professional audience, primarily scientists researching issues related to the impact of new Industry 4.0 technologies on social relations in the context of neo-industrialization. The conducted joint research may also be of interest to a wide, diverse audience: officials and practitioners dealing with economic, environmental, social and legal regulation of introducing new technologies in the industrial and agricultural sectors, or to professionals in public and corporate governance, environmental protection, investment, health and education. The book can be used for teaching and studying various subjects in the field of economics, ecology, sociology and law, included in the syllabus at any level of higher education.
The editors of the book believe that the findings and ideas obtained in the course of theoretical and empirical research will contribute to the development of conceptual foundation and practical recommendations, which, in turn, will improve economic, environmental and social mechanisms regulating the usage of Industry 4.0 technologies to achieve inclusive and sustainable growth of regions and countries.
New Technology for Inclusive and Sustainable Growth: Technological Support, Standards and Commercial Turnover. In: Inshakova A.O., Inshakova E.I. (eds). Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, vol 288. Springer, Singapore. 339 p. DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-9808-8.