» Zhuldyz Davletbaeva
Zhuldyz Davletbaeva
Рrofessor
+7 (7172) 75 32 66
Zhuldyz.Davletbayeva@apa.kz

 Education:

    Full-time postgraduate study, 2010

    Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan

    22.00.04 – Social structure, social institutions and processes

    Title of the dissertation: Evaluation of the quality of public servants: a sociological analysis

    Master of Public Administration,

    Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan

    Title of the dissertation: Protection of the rights and freedoms of man and citizen by government bodies of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Teaching courses in NSPP, ID, IM

    •   Ethical and legislative framework for combating corruption, fall semester 2019

    •   Leadership workshop, fall semester 2019

    •   Corruption Prevention and Public Control, Spring Semester 2020

Research Interests:

    •   Integrity

    •   Anti-corruption culture

    •   Anti-corruption

    •   Ethics of civil servants

    •   Leadership

Projects:

    •   Analysis of the implementation of the Anti-corruption Strategy of Kazakhstan with an overview of all sectors of government and interaction with civil society (UNDP, 2017)

    •   Improving the mechanism for combating corruption in the public service in the context of ensuring the security and stability of the Republic of Kazakhstan (2017)

    •   Improving the mechanism for combating corruption in the public service in the context of ensuring the security and stability of the Republic of Kazakhstan (2017)

Scholarships, continuing education, internships:

    •   Study of Anti-Corruption Strategies (Singapore, 2016)

    •   Analysis of public policies at the Center for Public Policy and Environmental Protection at Indiana State University (USA, 2007)

    •   Studying public and local governance issues at the Ulster University School of Public Administration (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, 2005

Seniority

    • August 2019 – to the present period – professor of the NSHP Academy

    • January 2019 – August 2019 – Associate Professor, NSHP Academy

    • December 2016 – January 2019 – Head of the Academy’s Anti-Corruption Research Center

    • March 2015 – December 2016 – Deputy Research Center for the Study of Anti-Corruption Studies of the Academy
May 2014 – March 2015 Analyst, Center for Pedagogical Measurements, Autonomous Educational Organization “Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools”

    • 2006 – 2011 – Senior Researcher, Research Institute of Theory and Practice of Public Administration of the Academy

    • 2003 2004 – Leading Specialist of the Ministry of Environmental Protection of the Republic of Kazakhstan

State and international awards, prizes, honorary titles

    • Honorary Diploma of the rector of the Academy Zhakypova F.N.

• Honorary Diploma of the Chairman of the Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan for Civil Service and Anti-Corruption A. Shpekbayev

Publications:

    Collections, scientific brochures, practical recommendations:

    • Zhakypova F., Akhmetov A., Davletbaeva Zh., Zharov E. Ethics and standards of behavior of public servants. Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan (2017). – 36s.

     • Zhaparkul N., Davletbaeva J., Nurlan A., Zharov E. (2016). Collection of materials on the study of foreign experience in combating corruption. Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan (2016). – 48s.

    • etc.

    Science articles:

    • Torebekova Z., Bokayev B., Davletbayeva Zh. (2019). Labor Migration in Kazakhstan: Challenges and Opportunities. Journal of Pavlodar State University, 2 (2019), 154-165.

    • Davletbayeva Zh., Seitova G. Social technology formation integrity of civil servants // Public Administration and Service, No. 4, 2018, p. 55-60.

    • Davletbayeva Zh.Zh., Rysbekova Zh.K., Zharov Ye.K. Prevention of corruption as a factor in ensuring the socio-economic stability of the state // Vestnik of the KazNU. Series of Psychology and Sociology, No. 3 (59) 2017, p. 55-61.

    • etc.


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