BUSINESS DIGITALIZATION AS A FACTOR OF GOVERNANCE MODERNIZATION
The study takes a new paradigm of state business regulation, based on the synchronization of interests of business, state and society, on the defining the principles of Government participation in the global economic processes. As a tool for business consolidation, improving the efficiency of state regulation, the formation of e-government was considered. The paper characterizes the e-government as a new form of state regulation of economy. The factors of effective e-government implementation strategy were analyzed. The experience of digitalization of governmental functions of modern states, the rates of asynchrony of development of electronic government in the world, relating with the economic efficiency of modern states, were considered.
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