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Features of the Digital Transformation of the Economies of the SCO Member States During the Coronavirus Crisis

Student: Khasan Udiev

Supervisor: Tatiana G. Filosofova

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: World Economy (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

This study is devoted to the issue of digital transformation of the economies of the SCO countries during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Shanghai Cooperation Organization, which was originally an organization for resolving political issues in the region, subsequently began to resolve issues related to economic cooperation. Against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic, the SCO made an official statement, according to which the members of the organization signed an agreement on cooperation in the field of digital transformation of the economy. This work defines the digital transformation of the economy, digitalization and digitization, and also analyzes the features of SCO cooperation on the digital transformation of the economy.

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