Financial-credit and innovative economic sectors: evaluation of macroeconomic effects of regulation and interaction sectors
In the article, the authors examine contemporary problems of the divergence of the interests of financial and credit institutions and enterprises operating in the innovation sector. Based on the study of theoretical and methodological approaches to the interaction of subjects of financial and innovative sectors of the economy, the authors obtained the results of economic-mathematical modeling on the effect of interaction between sectors on economic growth and assess the role of regulators in this process. The obtained results are interpreted through the prism of the experience of economically developed countries, which reached the greatest degree of synergy between the financial and innovative sectors of the economy. Conclusions are drawn regarding the need to develop preventive measures to eliminate the undesirable effects, including on the basis of the adaptation of best world experience.
financial sector, innovation sector, interaction, economic growth, synergy, macroeconomic effects, institutional infrastructure, regulation
E22 , E31 , E44
FundingThe article was prepared based on the results of an intermediate stage of research "Development of a systematic regulation mechanism for financial and credit organizations to support the innovation sector in the context of sustainable macroeconomic effects", carried out under grant funding of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan Grant Agreement Number 0118РК01143
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