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FINANCIAL LITERACY IN RURAL REGIONS OF KAZAKHSTAN: CHARACTERISTICS AND FACTORS

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Большинство литературных источников по финансовой грамотности отражают развитие экономики развитых стран и незначительное количество исследований фокусируется на развивающихся и транзитных экономиках. Следуя опыту государств с развитой экономикой, в развивающихся странах стали уделять больше внимания этим проблемам, которые для сельской местности Казахстана являются важной составляющей экономического роста республики. Однако существующие программы нацелены в основном на городское население и зачастую охватывают лишь небольшую часть сельских жителей. Опрос проводился весной 2014 г. в четырех сельских районах Павлодарской области. В основу анализа и последующих разработок была положена информация о 405 респондентах. Анкетирование жителей сельской местности касалось вопросов процентной ставки, понимания процесса инфляции, сущности ипотеки, а также финансовых услуг.

Об авторах

SHOLPAN Gaisina
University of Applied Science, Stralsund, Germany
Казахстан


CLEMENS Fuchs
University of Applied Science, Neubrandenburg, Germany
Казахстан


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Gaisina S., Fuchs C. FINANCIAL LITERACY IN RURAL REGIONS OF KAZAKHSTAN: CHARACTERISTICS AND FACTORS. Problems of AgriMarket. 2018;(2):98-109. (In Russ.)

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