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Formation in Kazakhstan institutional environment for the development of high-tech sector and innovative entrepreneurship

A. A. Taubayev, Karaganda economic University of Kazpotrebsoyuz (Karaganda, Kazakhstan); South Ural state University (Chelyabinsk, Russia)

A. B. Kamenova, Pavlodar state University named S. Toraigyrov (Pavlodar, Kazakhstan)

E. I. Borisova, Karaganda economic University of Kazpotrebsoyuz (Karaganda, Kazakhstan)

Yu. M. Saifullina, Karaganda economic University of Kazpotrebsoyuz (Karaganda, Kazakhstan)

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DOI: 10.34130/2070- 4992-2019-1-104-111

P. 104–111.

This article discusses the conditions and prerequisites for the formation in Kazakhstan corresponding to the international conditions of the institutional environment for the development of high-tech sector of the national economy and innovative entrepreneurship, based on the development of domestic scientists. Comparison of the level of development of the knowledge-based sector of Kazakhstan and the parameters of innovative development in comparison with other member states of the Eurasian economic Union indicates a relatively low level of performance. It is determined that the current application of the integrated innovation policy within the framework of the Eurasian economic Union has not led to tangible results of increasing the scientific potential of the participating countries. In some areas, on the contrary, there is a tendency to worsen, which requires the development of more detailed and effective measures for the development of integrated innovation policy within the framework of the Eurasian economic Commission. Therefore, Kazakhstan will have to do a huge layer of work to achieve compliance with the requirements of the OECD, taking into account the fact that the government of the country has already defined the standards of this international organization as the main standards of development. In this direction, Kazakhstan continues active cooperation with the authorized OECD organizations for the development of high-tech sector of the national economy and innovative entrepreneurship. In particular, the OECD points to the need to improve the framework conditions for innovation and has identified six main areas of intervention as a recommendation. The authors identify the main directions of measures to achieve these priorities in the development of high-tech sector and innovative entrepreneurship. In particular, the main recommendations include further improvement of economic policies and measures to increase scientific potential through more effective interaction between science and business.

Keywords: high-tech sector, science-intensive economy, innovative entrepreneurship, institutional environment, Eurasian economic Union.

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For citation: Taubayev A. A., Kamenova A. B., Borisova E. I., Saifullina Yu. M. Formation in Kazakhstan institutional environment for the development of high-tech sector and innovative entrepreneurship. Corporate Governance and Innovative Economic Development of the North: Bulletin of the Research Center of Corporate Law, Management and Venture Capital of Syktyvkar State University, 2019, no. 1, pp. 104–111. DOI: 10.34130/2070- 4992-2019-1-104-111 (In Russian).