Keywords: Smart Economy, Green Economy, Intellectualization


Smart economics focuses on key areas to achieve its goals. The chain of building relationships is formed within the interaction of various elements of smart economy. In the concept of smart economics, the functioning of the government as the main regulatory element for the formation of this type of economic system within a single economy occupies an important place. In this aspect, the main parameters of the government within the smart economy are transparency, e-government, Open Data. It should be noted that different subjects of smart economics may have different assessment indicators, but they are all within the basic groups of needs and types of economic activity, including: material income; material deprivation; employment opportunities; education and training; functioning of the health care system; dwelling; access to child care; the right to leave; decent social security; safe environment; environmentally friendly environment; non-discrimination; access to justice. For cities, as separate entities of the smart economy, several groups of evaluation indicators are identified, identified in the study of financial centers and global cities. Scientific papers attempt to assess the smart economy by the parameters of the city, including municipal and business services, smart construction, smart education, smart energy and lighting, smart energy metering, smart water supply and recycling, public safety and others. In general, the green economy occupies a very important place in the concept of smart economy, which at the present stage of development acquires new characteristics, including not only environmental projects, but also the parameters of comfortable living and well-being. We can note that the concept of smart economy is quite closely intertwined with the concept of green economy in some indicators, especially with regard to social inclusion and greening. For example, the Green Economy Progress Index identifies gender equality, education, life expectancy, and well-being, which indicates the need to develop a unified approach or index to the assessment of the smart economy.


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How to Cite
Uninets, I. (2020). ASSESSMENT METHODS OF SMART ECONOMY. Social Economics, 1(60), 47-54.