Svetlana G. Pyankova, Ural State University of Economics (Ekaterinburg, Russia)


the article focuses on the need for uniformity of methodological approaches to strategic planning of regions. Recommendations from Russian and foreign scientists regarding improving the quality of strategic planning have been compiled. A new methodology for improving the strategic region planning is proposed, aiming at increasing the efficiency and optimizing the process of managing the strategic development of territories, improving the socio-economic situation and the quality of life of the population. The key platform of the proposed methodology reflected the main approaches of the theory of noonomy, i.e., a transition towards an increase in the knowledge intensity of production and its processes, and, on the other hand, towards decrease in material/capital/energy/resource intensity, etc. The author proposed to introduce a grouping of regional strategies in three areas: a strategy with a low, medium and high “knowledge-intensive component”.

Keywords: noonomy, region, strategy, industrial system, institutional potential, innovations, platform, knowledge-intensity, knowledge intensivityty

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For citation: Pyankova S.G. (2023). Noonomy: A Platform for Strategic Development (Regional Aspect). Noonomy and Noosociety. Almanac of Scientific Works of the S.Y. Witte INID, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 58–66. DOI: 10.37930/2782-6465-2023-2-4-58-66