TECHNOLOGICAL THEORIES IN ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT: EVOLUTION AND APPLIED ASPECTS

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Keywords
technological theories, evolution, resource, management technologies

Abstract
The contemporary stage of social development is characterized by the widespread adoption of technologies that contribute to the effective advancement of business and the economy as a whole. The successful application of these technologies in economic and managerial practices necessitates an exploration of past ideas and experiences, which are subsequently to be theoretically conceptualized and enhanced. In this context, the objective of the current article is to trace the evolution of technological theories, pinpoint some unresolved issues, and emphasize the need for further investigation within the realm of managerial technologies. To achieve this objective, a retrospective examination of technological theories has been undertaken, analyzing fundamental theoretical and practical aspects of management technologies. As a result of this investigation, a shift has been identified from specialized towards comprehensive managerial technologies, the more significant characteristics have been systematized, and main elements and trends in modern managerial technologies have been analyzed.

JEL: : O14, O32, O33, B1, B2.
Pages: 21

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