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Reengineering of Regional Development Strategies for the Construction of a Smart Specialization Framework in the EU Lagging Regions

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Reengineering of Regional Development Strategies for the Construction of a
Smart Specialization Framework in the EU Lagging Regions
Cosmin Tomozei
Faculty of Science, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Vasile Alecsandri
University of Bacău, Romania
[email protected]
Iulian Furdu
Faculty of Science,
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science,
Vasile Alecsandri University of Bacău, Romania
[email protected]
Abstract:
The involvement of research and development in society and in the creation of smart communities and smart
societies has significantly amplified in the last years, leading to the adoption of concepts such as Information
Society, Knowledge Bases Society, Smart specializations.
The transformation of traditional industries with regards to Industry 4.0 presumes that a process of reengineering
should be applied for the adoption of digital technologies and for the inclusion creative practices.
One manner of sustaining the transformation process would require that the private sector by its subsequent
domains of business should get a continuous support from R&D institutions. Another manner supposes that the
member states should offer financial incentives for the implementation of the change of the business model
through reengineering. By this paper, we intend to adapt the software reengineering conceptual basis for the
contribution to a new policy which aims at the development of the EU lagging regions.
Keywords: reengineering, industry 4.0, smart specializations, entrepreneurial discovery, cooperation.
1. Introduction
2. How triple, quadruple and quintuple helixes concepts affect the process of reengineering towards
smart specialization transition of the EU lagging regions
3. Changes for innovation imply the process of reengineering
4. Start-ups and spin-offs creation government programs for smart specialization-based industries
5. Conclusions
6. References
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