Dinmukhammed N. ShaikinNorth Kazakhstanstan University named after M.Kozybayev
Dinmukhammed N. Shaikin
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The article discusses the mechanisms of state support for the development of renewable energy sources (RES) in the Republic of Kazakhstan. The authors consider the prospects of using solar energy in the textile industry. The analysis revealed that the level of organization of work in companies in the field of energy conservation and energy efficien...
The article investigates various tools of state support for the development of renewable energy. Special attention is paid to the price instruments of state support for the use of renewable energy sources (RES), including a significant analysis of the regulatory framework of the Republic of Kazakhstan as incentives. The authors analyzed the level o...
Today Kazakhstan economically is the dominant nation of Central Asia with an estimate population close to 19 million people. Indeed, it is the region’s largest country and has in abundance of both natural and human capital resources. Kazakhstan was a Soviet Union republic the last that in 1991 to declare independence during the dissolution of the S...
The article describes the approaches to determination, measuring and assessment of labour potential. The two-factor correlation regression model is constructed, demonstrating the dependence between GRP (gross regional product) and the level of education. The reserve for the labour potential growth is revealed basing on the calculations of the elast...
The establishment and formation of the youth labor market in Kazakhstan have special features. The insufficient attention to the solution of youth problems can be the reason of different social problems connected with antisocial behavior of youth (entering the criminal circles, drug addiction etc.). Therefore, the solution of youth problems (especi...