Dissertation analytical part during discussing
Chapter 2 is the analytical part of the master’s work and it covers the following:
Brief economic characteristics of the enterprise (historical background, form of ownership, types of activities, analysis of the structure of production and management, a brief description of the state of the organization of accounting and accounting policy at the analyzed enterprise, description of the problem under study, analysis of the main economic indicators of the enterprise for at least 3 recent years) or analysis the state of the problem in the region (country) with the dynamics of statistical indicators – depending on the chosen topic or the characteristics of the structural unit of the authority in which the undergraduate is undergoing internship and on the basis of which the problem is investigated.
Assessment of the existing management system for various programs, projects at the level of local governments and state organizations, etc.
Analysis of the research subject. Selection and application of the methodology described in the first chapter for analysis, identification of problems, selection of a method for solving the problem, presentation of calculations and analytical tables, diagrams, diagrams and other visual materials. When writing a paragraph, it is necessary to indicate the features characteristic of this type of management activity.
For writing the second chapter, the data of accounting, tax, operational and statistical reporting are used as a source for analysis. If the necessary information constitutes a commercial secret, then the company may knowingly distort the actual data, keeping the proportions of relative indicators.
The second chapter should contain the results of research, sociological surveys, questionnaires, etc.
At the end of the second section, the student develops an analytical summary, which summarizes the results. The analytical summary is not only the final section of the analytical part of the master’s thesis. It must also justify and prove the feasibility of developing design solutions, their socio-economic feasibility.
The volume of the practical part is 35-50 pages.
The third chapter is final and contains suggestions for solving the problem field of the object of research.
In the third chapter, as a rule, a rationale (development) of an approach (concept, model, methodology) to improving the system of state and municipal administration is given in accordance with the chosen topic of the master’s thesis.
The conclusions obtained in the second chapter serve as the basis for the development of methods and ways of improving the processes that were analyzed. These proposals and activities should flow, first of all, from the results of the analysis and be aimed at eliminating the shortcomings identified in the analytical part of the master’s thesis. The author substantiates the master’s student’s approach to improving the system of state and municipal administration on the basis of formulating a preferred version of a conceptual model (approach), or developing a methodological tool that promotes a more effective management system.
Further, specific conditions are identified for the effective application of the proposed option for improving the existing system of state and municipal management, appropriate logical and calculation justifications are proposed related to the implementation of the proposed ideas, an assessment of their economic and social effectiveness.
It should be noted that throughout the work, there should be a connection between the parts of the study. When proposing any specific activities, the master’s student should be guided by the theoretical provisions substantiated in the first chapter of the master’s thesis.
Each paragraph of the master’s thesis should end with a summary (3-5 sentences), each chapter with conclusions (approximately 0.5 pages).
The titles of chapters and paragraphs should fully correspond to the content (plan) of the work.
Introduction, each chapter, conclusion, bibliography and appendixes start on a new page, chapter points continue on a page.
Conclusions on points of the second and third chapters should be a logical conclusion and at the same time be a transition to the next point or chapter. The word “conclusions” must not be written.