Scientific and Theoretical Approaches Dedicated to Agriculture Support on the Basis of the Principles of Innovation Management

Authors

  • Shaniyazova Zamira PhD, Tashkent University of Information Technologies

Keywords:

innovation, innovative technologies, agriculture, public sector, society

Abstract

This article examines the current state of scientific and theoretical views on supporting the agricultural sector based on the principles of innovation management, and also analyzes the experience of some countries. Based on the results of the analysis, conclusions were developed based on some scientific and theoretical views.

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2023-11-30

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Shaniyazova Zamira. (2023). Scientific and Theoretical Approaches Dedicated to Agriculture Support on the Basis of the Principles of Innovation Management. Academic Journal of Digital Economics and Stability, 35, 164–176. Retrieved from https://economics.academicjournal.io/index.php/economics/article/view/862

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