The Development of Social Infrastructure in Kazakhstan

Anar Satybaldinovna Yessengeldina, Diana Sitenko, Anar Seitalinova

Abstract


The paper considers the content and significance of the social infrastructure in the Republic of Kazakhstan. The authors reveal the role of the Government in the formation and development of social infrastructure. The article provides the analysis of the current state of the social infrastructure of the Republic of Kazakhstan and identifies the main trends of its development. In the article, the situation and problems of development of the social infrastructure of different branches of industry are analyzed; trends and characteristics of their changes are identified. Practical recommendations aimed at improvement of the efficiency of the social infrastructure development in the modern world are developed.

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social infrastructure; social policy; education; health care; the Republic of Kazakhstan

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13165/VPA-14-13-2-03

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