ISSN 2409-7616

Burganov R.A.


UDC 334.021


Burganov R.A.1 (Kazan, Russian Federation) –

1Kazan State Power Engineering University

Abstract. To adopt important state programs and national projects and subsequently monitor their implementation, it is necessary to analyze the state of changes in various indicators of social and socio-economic development. Focusing on the “X” clock does not ensure the objectivity of the results. This research project is devoted to studying the dynamics of changes in indicators characterizing students’ attitudes towards entrepreneurship. The purpose of the study is to identify the potential of student youth in economic development through the implementation of entrepreneurial activity. The research methodology is based on the use of a local survey method for students of different forms and courses of study in 2018 and 2023. Comparison of survey data over a five-year period allows us to obtain scientific and practice-oriented results that are significant for society. The research methodology also used elements of a hypothetical approach, the “all other things being equal” method. The results obtained include conclusions about a positive change in the recognition of the role of entrepreneurship among young people, respectively, in society; about the growing demands on entrepreneurs, which was reflected in the hesitation of some students to engage in entrepreneurial activity; the need to strengthen work among young people to reduce the fetishization of money relations in all areas of activity. The data obtained can be used by representatives of the scientific community to increase knowledge in relevant scientific areas, by practitioners in the preparation of regulatory documents in government agencies, and training programs in educational institutions. This study should contribute to research in the field of economic (entrepreneurial) activity by providing empirical insight into the mechanism for obtaining important dynamically changed indicators of the development of the economy and society as a whole.

Keywords: economy, society, sociological survey, youth.


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For citation: Burganov R.A. Incremental indicators of changes in views on entrepreneurship. CITISE, 2024, no. 1, pp. 481-490. DOI: