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Eurasian economic integration: the challenges for small and medium companies

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В данной статье исследуется интеграционные процессы на евразийском пространстве, уделяется особое внимание новому этапу интеграции – евразийскому экономическому союзу. Был рассчитан показатель открытости торговли между Казахстаном и странами-участницами до вступления и после вступления в союз. Авторами было проведено качественное исследование эффекта от экономической интеграции на предпринимательскую деятельность предприятий Казахстана в трех секторах. Результаты исследования представляют интерес правительству и институтам Евразийского экономического союза для улучшения политики дальнейшего развития интеграции.

Об авторах

А. К. Джумасейтова
Казахстанско-Британский технический университет
Казахстан

Джумасейтова Асель Кенесовна

Алматы



М. Бигабатова
Казахский Национальный университет им. Аль-Фараби
Казахстан

Бигабатова Мадина

Алматы



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Джумасейтова А.К., Бигабатова М. Eurasian economic integration: the challenges for small and medium companies. Central Asian Economic Review. 2018;(1):110-121.

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Jumasseitova A., Bigabatova M. Eurasian economic integration: the challenges for small and medium companies. Central Asian Economic Review. 2018;(1):110-121.

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