The concept of greening in the neo-industrial development of regions

  • 1 Grodno State Agrarian University, Belarus
  • 2 Molder Ltd, Grodno, Belarus
  • 3 Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno, Belarus3


An analysis of methodological approaches to the development of a strategy for neo-industrial development of the economy of various levels was carried out. The absence of systematic ideas about the mechanisms of influence of convergent (NBIC) technologies on existing production processes and the functioning of societies with the prevalence of predominantly overestimated expectations is shown. A local assessment of the effectiveness of the application of convergent technologies forms the prerequisites for the emergence of risks with unpredictable social and environmental consequences. The methodological imperfection of the concept of technology convergence is shown, due to different principles for the development of technologies with given functionality. The principle of intellectual convergence is proposed, the implementation of which in the form of integration interaction of the intellectual potentials of institutional components allows minimizing the risks in the innovative activity of business entities and the sustainable development of societies.
An expedient methodological approach to implement intellectual convergence is the green life cycle of innovative products.



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