Forecasting the enterprise development in the field of education in the Kyrgyz Republic

Keywords: small and medium-sized enterprises, education, educational services.

Abstract

The article is focused on the analysis of problems of development and forecasting of small enterprises in the Kyrgyz Republic in the field of education. The methodology of forecasting the gross income of small and medium-sized enterprises in the field of education is offered. An approach related to the use of the least-squares method as a forecasting tool is proposed. In this regard, the conditions of formation and functioning of the market of paid educational services in the Kyrgyz Republic, which are closely related to the definition of demand, supply and market prices for educational services are characterized. The results allow us to accurately determine the interval in which we can predict with maximum probability the future volume of the gross income of small and medium-sized enterprises in education from 2019 to 2023, which will slowly decline. It was also found that small enterprises in education have certain advantages over large educational institutions. They are more dynamic, faster and more efficient in responding to changes in the domestic market, both in times of growth and in times of crisis. The findings of the research reflect the actual situation. They are adequate and can be useful in assessing the effectiveness of business creation in the Kyrgyz Republic in the provision of educational services.

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Author Biographies

Salyzhan Turdubaev, Branch of the Russian State Social University in Osh, Kyrgyz Republic.

Doctor of Economics, Director, Branch of the Russian State Social University in Osh, Kyrgyz Republic.

Zuura Keneshbaeva, Branch of the Russian State Social University in Osh, Kyrgyz Republic.

PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, Branch of the Russian State Social University in Osh, Kyrgyz Republic.

Ilhom Davydov, Branch of the Russian State Social University in Osh, Kyrgyz Republic.

PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, Branch of the Russian State Social University in Osh, Kyrgyz Republic.

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Published
2021-08-31
How to Cite
Turdubaev, S., Keneshbaeva, Z., & Davydov, I. (2021). Forecasting the enterprise development in the field of education in the Kyrgyz Republic. Amazonia Investiga, 10(43), 141-149. https://doi.org/10.34069/AI/2021.43.07.14
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