Aigerim Kussaiynkyzy Gulashar Zh. Doskeyeva


In the modern world, the development of society has created the conditions for new spheres of human activity. With new systems of production and the management of these processes, innovations are changing the roles of men and women. The more we move into the future, the more women are able to fulfil their potential and enhance their abilities, but their contributions to economic activity, growth, and well-being are much lower than they could be. Moreover, employment in Kazakhstan remains divided into different segments, and this, accordingly, has a significant impact on gender determinants in the development of an innovative type of employment. There are socio-demographic, technical, and institutional constraints, alongside professional and even personal risks, in the formation of innovative employment. In view of the above, this paper aims to analyse the problems of modernising the mechanism of the state regulation of women`s employment in the Republic of Kazakhstan and find solutions to form appropriate gender relations in economic and other spheres. The authors develop a policy of state intervention, taking into account the experience of other countries, to eliminate the issues that hinder the development of gender equality. To achieve these goals, the following actions are suggested: the introduction of gender planning into the state budget and the application of EU practices within the budget cycle; and the development a program to increase the access of women to microfinance services. In the course of this study, analysis, synthesis, statistical, graphical, and other methods were used.


Implementation of Innovation Policy