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ОСУЩЕСТВЛЕНИЕ ПРЕДПРИНИМАТЕЛЬСКОГО НАМЕРЕНИЯ СРЕДИ ИНОСТРАНЦЕВ В КАЗАХСТАНЕ

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Аннотация

Актуальность исследования. Предпринимательство приводит к инновациям, экономическому развитию, социальной мобильности и созданию рабочих мест, поэтому почти все правительства отдают приоритет этому в своей повестке дня [1]. Поскольку единственным лучшим предиктором запуска бизнеса является предпринимательское намерение, следовательно, исследование факторов, влияющих на намерение, можно рассматривать как важнейший инструмент для продвижения предпринимательства [2]. Правительство Казахстана также посвятило себя процветанию предпринимательства и МСП, и среди стран Центральной Азии на долю Казахстана приходится более 70 % всех привлеченных прямых иностранных инвестиций (ПИИ) в этом регионе [3], таким образом, иностранное предпринимательство в Казахстане имеет большой потенциал для содействия экономическому росту и благосостоянию этой страны.
Цель исследования. Данное исследование направлено на то, чтобы предложить концептуальную концепцию предпринимательских намерений, которая утверждает, что между факторами (предпринимательское образование, личностные качества и признание возможностей) и предпринимательскими намерениями среди иностранцев в Казахстане существует положительная и значимая связь, и подчеркивает сдерживающую роль государственной поддержки. С учетом ожидаемых результатов исследования будут рекомендованы последствия для политиков, ученых и потенциальных иностранных предпринимателей.
Методология исследования. Исследования основывались на применении количественного и качественного методов исследования, использовании структурированной анкеты для сбора данных от иностранцев, которые в настоящее время проживают в крупных городах Казахстана.

Об авторах

Юй Тунсинь
Университет KИМЭП
Казахстан

Юй Тунсинь – докторант PhD, Бизнес-колледж Банг

Алматы



Надим Халид
Университет KИМЭП
Казахстан

Надим Халид – доктор PhD, профессор- исследователь, Бизнес-колледж Банг

Алматы



Деван Мд Захурул Ислам
Университет KИМЭП
Казахстан

Деван Мд Захурул Ислам – доктор PhD, профессор- исследователь, Бизнес-колледж Банг

Алматы



Ашфак Ахмад
Университет Сват
Пакистан

Ашфак Ахмад – доктор PhD, профессор- исследователь, Центр управления и коммерции



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Тунсинь Ю., Халид Н., Ислам Д., Ахмад А. ОСУЩЕСТВЛЕНИЕ ПРЕДПРИНИМАТЕЛЬСКОГО НАМЕРЕНИЯ СРЕДИ ИНОСТРАНЦЕВ В КАЗАХСТАНЕ. Central Asian Economic Review. 2019;(6):31-44.

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Tongxin Yu., Khalid N., Islam D., Ahmad A. BUILDING UP THE ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTION CONSTRUCT AMONG FOREIGNERS IN KAZAKHSTAN. Central Asian Economic Review. 2019;(6):31-44.

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