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To the concept of “space economy”
Abstract.This article is devoted to the issues of conceptualization of the concept of “space economy”. Currently, this term is practically unused within the Russian public discourse and is absent in both, the conceptual apparatus of the science, as well as in the official political legal documents. However, the objective need for adequate account of the changing international context in the national development strategies (increase in competition on the global space market, challenges of the new “space race”, active stimulation of space activity by national governments as the driver of socioeconomic progress) makes the subject relevant for Russian science and practice. The work demonstrates the advantages of inclusion of the concept of “space economy” into the scientific and practical discourse. It is illustrated that the discussion on the concepts is a necessary component of understanding the reality, since the absence of an adequate term often excludes important processes with long-term prospects from the sphere of perception (and thus, control and management). The author formulates a number of practical recommendations on improvements of the institutional legal provision of development of the Russian space sector.
Keywords: Space Technology, Space Business, Management of Changes, Sustainable Development, Space Activity, Space Economy, Russia, USA, OECD, Roscosmos
Article was received:12-03-2018
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