• Ғайратжон Алимардонов




Тадқиқот норасмий бизнесни расмий секторга ўтишини рағбатлантириш масалаларини муҳокама қилади. Шунингдек, норасмий секторнинг айрим хусусиятлари ўрганилган, норасмий иқтисодиётдаги устунликлар ва Ўзбекистонда норасмий бизнесни расмийга ўтказиш бўйича тавсиялар шакллантирилган.

Kalit so‘zlar:

расмий иқтисодиёт қашшоқликни камайтириш даромадларни тақсимлаш расмийлаштириш норасмий иқтисодиёт

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Алимардонов, Ғ. (2023). НОРАСМИЙ БИЗНЕСНИ РАСМИЙ СЕКТОРГА ЎТИШИНИ РАҒБАТЛАНТИРИШ. Iqtisodiy Taraqqiyot Va Tahlil, 1(7), 213–219. https://doi.org/10.60078/2992-877X-2023-vol1-iss7-pp213-219