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Активность и кооперация университета, бизнеса и государства в Акмолинской области Республики Казахстан

Activity and cooperation of the university, business, and government in the Akmola region of Kazakhstan

Marat Myrzakhmet, Zhanat Myrzakhmet () and Bolat Myrzakhmet

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Abstract: The paper is aimed at studying the interaction of regional universities with the environment (enterprises and regional authorities) in the regions of Kazakhstan with the mining and metallurgical industries. Regional universities and their surroundings are studied using webometric methods. Universities with large Internet sites are more inclined to cooperate in their innovation activities but are inert in terms of activity. At the same time, smaller universities are more active. Less cooperation or activity in the educational field, for example, may indicate that the university in the preparation and implementation of educational programs is more focused on its preferences and requirements of the state (which allocates grants for education), rather than on the market and the wishes of employers. Therefore, small universities focused on the local market are naturally more active. There are correlations between webometric data and data from enterprise reporting, for example, a direct relationship between innovation potential and the number of employees in an enterprise. The activity and innovative potential of enterprises correlate well with the number of employees, and the degree of popularity on the websites of the region and universities correlates well with the amount of income and tax paid. Regional universities should strengthen their structural flexibility (cooperation of factors within themselves) and as well as to establish broad interaction with enterprises in the region. The results of the study will analyze the current industrial policy and consider several management decisions facing both authorized bodies, in particular the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development Republic of Kazakhstan and associations of industrialists and entrepreneurs.

Keywords: Innovation potential; educational potential; resource potential; production potential; regional university; university model; webometric method; cooperation; Akmola region; Kazakhstan; mining industry. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: L16 O14 O25 P25 R11 R38 R58 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021-02-14
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