Graduate School of Public Policy is pleased to invite you to the book launch “A Primer on Policy Communication in Kazakhstan” written by Basskaran Nair, Saltanat Janenova and Balzhan Serikbayeva. This book is a timely publication to address the issue of the government’s policy execution capabilities. The book is written as a work manual based on international […]
We are glad to share with you GSPP Digest # 6, 2019. Read more about our news and achievements in the attached file. You can send your feedback to email@example.com.
Singapore succeeded because of the focus and emphasis on importance of core values. And the core values are honesty, integrity and non-tolerance of corruption. If we have those values firmly established in Kazakhstan it becomes easier to implement and achieve some of the vision that the government has set for the country.
More than 5 thousand political scientists from such world-famous universities as Harvard, MIT, Oxford, Chicago, California, Cambridge, New York and other universities and research centers from all over the world took part in this prestigious international scientific meeting.
This year we have 6 GSPP students that went on exchange programs. Aiym Daulbekova and Viktoriya Malikova to the KDI School of Public Policy and Management in Korea, Raikhan Agumarova and Alua Sarybay to the Renmin University of China, and Almagul Tapayeva and Temirlan Yergaziyev to the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore.