THE IMPORTANCE OF STATE SUPPORT FOR INNOVATIONS IN THE CONDITIONS OF DEVELOPMENT OF MARKET RELATIONS

Authors

  • Musayeva Shoira Azimovna Professor of Samarkand Institute of Economic and Service, Samarkand, Uzbekistan
  • Usmonova Dilfuza Ilkhomovna Assistant professor of Samarkand Institute of Economic and Service, Samarkand, Uzbekistan
  • Usmanov Farzod Shokhrukhovich Student, Samarkand Institute of economic and services

Keywords:

Innovation, market, science, budget, competition, export, production, process, resource, sphere.

Abstract

This article examines the structural relationships in the "science - production" system; forms and methods of including scientific and technical results in economic circulation; resource provision of the sphere of innovations (including the system of continuous education); organizational, legal and economic forms of innovation.

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Published

2022-01-08

How to Cite

Musayeva Shoira Azimovna, Usmonova Dilfuza Ilkhomovna, & Usmanov Farzod Shokhrukhovich. (2022). THE IMPORTANCE OF STATE SUPPORT FOR INNOVATIONS IN THE CONDITIONS OF DEVELOPMENT OF MARKET RELATIONS. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE & INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH ISSN: 2277-3630 Impact Factor: 7.429, 11(01), 55–57. Retrieved from http://www.gejournal.net/index.php/IJSSIR/article/view/74