Gulsara Junusbekova


The article examines the experience of reforming the system of state planning in the Republic of Kazakhstan. We consider a number of systemic problems in the state strategic planning. Currently, Kazakhstan has an institutional framework of the system of state planning. However, in practice there are problems on the coherence between the objectives and tasks of state bodies with budgeting, full decomposition of indicators and others. To address these and other issues in a systematic manner suggest a need for research in this area.


Experience of Public Administration Reforms