Entrepreneurship Education: Teaching and Learning Modern Mechanisms of Entrepreneurship Development Based on Public-Private Partnership

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Entrepreneurship Education: Teaching and Learning Modern Mechanisms of Entrepreneurship Development Based on Public-Private Partnership


Abenov, Yergali Muhtaruly, Kirdasinova, Kasiya Aleksandrovna, Tulaganov, Anvar Baltabayevich, Zhumataeva, Bakhytzhamal Ashymovna, Mutalyieva, Lyailya Maratovna, Issayeva, Bibigul Kuntuganovna, Journal of Entrepreneurship Education


INTRODUCTION

The rapid pace of economic development and changes occurring in the forms of interaction between the government and private entrepreneurship demand future specialists to possess new knowledge in the field of innovation and its application in the business sector.

Today, digitalization is a strategic development priority in many countries. According to the forecasts of the world's leading experts, by 2020 a quarter of the world economy will be digital. More than 15 countries such as Canada, the USA, Russia, Germany, China and others are implementing national digitalization programs.

The tools of the digital economy allow markets to develop even in the conditions of the economic crisis, as they enable companies to quickly and flexibly respond to changes in market conditions and better satisfy consumer needs.

Modern business programs should follow these trends. Entrepreneurship education stimulates entrepreneurial activity and the quality of education affects the level of economic development of an enterprise. Students should know the entrepreneurial approaches, innovative technologies and mechanisms of public-private partnership, as well as assess the availability of financial and educational capital.

The state purposefully stimulates various forms of PPP in order to accumulate resources in priority areas of development and create conditions for attracting private business to cooperate on the principles of PPP. The intensification of public-private partnership in Kazakhstan is associated with a significant improvement in the legislative and institutional framework over the past seven years, which made it possible to conclude 443 PPP contracts for a total amount of 1.1 trillion tenge. Public-private partnership provides an opportunity to develop private initiative business which will allow to participate in projects traditionally in the field of state responsibility through a long-term partnership with the state. The socio-economic transformations carried out in Kazakhstan over the years of independence have opened up new opportunities for the revitalization of business activities, which should be introduced to entrepreneurship students.

LITERATURE REVIEW

In the triple helix, universities, industry and the public sector collaborate closely in knowledge creation and transfer to the productive sphere. Entrepreneurial graduates should be more alert to job opportunities, be able to use them more creatively and attain higher productivity than their non-entrepreneurial peers (Guerrero et al., 2016; Kucel et al., 2016). New socioeconomic scenarios, universities play a relevant role in the identification and exploitation of opportunities (Audretsch 2014; Remus & Sebastian, 2015). Therefore, the main challenge of universities is try to become more entrepreneurial in order to compete, and they become more productive and creative. There a only a few studies exploring the impact of university support on the entrepreneurial activity of students with regard to innovation and they show that these measures have a positive effect on the attitude of students to entrepreneurial development in public-private partnerships (Guerrero et al., 2016a; Nabi et al., 2017, Eesley & Miller, 2018).

In the modern scientific literature of foreign authors, great attention is paid to the issues of socio-economic development taking into account national peculiarities, including state regulation of the economy: Dwivedi (2008), Brzozowska et al., (2015) and others. Such Russian scientists as: Klimenko & Minchenko (2016), Yudina (2016), Yudina & Tushkanov (2017), Sarycheva (2017), Babkin & Chistyakova. (2017), Vasilenko (2017), Zaretsky & Ivanova (2018) investigated the formation of a national economy, namely, the development of innovations and innovation activities of enterprises with a focus on state regulation of economic processes occurring in modern society.

The mechanisms of public-private partnership (PPP) are extremely popular because they are based on the idea that competition between public and private enterprises is an effective way to improve the quality of a service or a product (Verger et al. …

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