Institutional conditions of interaction of financial-credit and innovative economic sectors
In this article, the authors consider one of the most important issues in the development of the Kazakhstani economy - strengthening the innovation component, capable of ensuring economic growth regardless of export revenues of the oil and gas sector of the country. According to the authors, the solution of this strategic task directly depends on the vector of state regulation, which should be characterized by integration and proportionality in ensuring more active and productive interaction of subjects of financial and credit and real (including innovation) sectors of the economy. In this regard, the authors, based on the use of a systems approach and the theory of institutionalism, carried out economic and mathematical modeling on data from a number of countries, allowing to determine the degree of influence of regulatory institutional measures on the quality of interaction between the subjects of these sectors. The obtained results allowed formulating a number of conclusions that can be a starting point in terms of improving the current regulatory system in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
financial - credit sector, real and innovative sector, system of state regulation, interaction, economic development
E44 , E58 , G18 , G21 , G24 , G28
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