STUDY OF CHARACTERISTICS OF ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITY IN THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR
Topicality. Entrepreneurship (entrepreneurial activity) is an independent field of activity, carried out at one's own risk, aimed at obtaining systematic profit from the sale of goods, use of property, performance of works, and provision of services. Persons engaged in entrepreneurial activity must be registered in accordance with the law, unless otherwise provided by law. Individual cases of selling goods, doing work or providing services that do not bring a systematic profit are not enterprises. The labor, intangible assets, and labor of both the entrepreneur himself and those involved from outside are used for trading. There is no guarantee that the money spent will be repaid, and that the product will be sold at a profit. This is associated with the risk of losing all or part of the property.
Aim and tasks: socio-economic development, at the same time, to analyze the methodical basis of mutual relations between entrepreneurship and the principles of its forecasting, to explain the ways of increasing their social efficiency by using financial, budget-tax mechanisms to stimulate entrepreneurial activity in the regions.
Research results. The role of the state during the development of entrepreneurship, to improve its mechanisms affecting entrepreneurship, as well as to determine the ways of justifying state programs in a prospective direction. Based on the information base of the research work, there are textbooks, books, scientific articles and other teaching aids written by local and foreign theorists in the fields of quality management and business.
Material and methods. During the writing of the research work, content analysis, analysis with synthesis, as well as deduction and induction methods were used.
Conclusion. Using the developer activity of entrepreneurs in the construction sector, the project is based on the results of new discoveries of TILOS and ASTA programs. The role of the state during the development of entrepreneurship, improving its mechanisms affecting entrepreneurship, as well as determining the ways of justifying state programs in a prospective direction.
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