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Grishin K. E.
Head of the Institute of Economics, Finances and Business, Ufa State University of Science and Technology, Head of the Chair of Economics and Regional Development, PhD (Economics), Professor
Malikov R. I.
Head of the Chair of project management and economics of entrepreneurship, Institute of Business Ecosystems and Creative Industries, Ufa State Oil University of Technology, PhD (Economics), Professor
Gazizova A. R.
Deputy Director for Education, Institute of Economics, Finances and Business, Ufa State University of Science and Technology

Multi-contextuality as a most important principle of eco-system approach to the study of entrepreneurship (Russia, Ufa)
The article presents results of the study of entrepreneurial context through the prism of spatial and temporal interaction (multi-contextual approach). Contextualization of entrepreneurship can offer an entrepreneur to receive and process critically important information to survive in fierce competitive milieu. The authors present results of the correlation-and-regression analysis received on the basis of data related to Volga Federal District (2021) to evaluate the impact of entrepreneurial context.
Key words: entrepreneurship, eco-system, context of entrepreneurship, multi-contextuality, regional economy, Volga Federal District
Pages: 137 - 143

Исследование выполнено за счет гранта Российского научного фонда № 23-28-00444, https://rscf.ru/project/23-28-00444/

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