Vol 1 No 2 (2019): December
Business and Economics

What does the effectiveness of management depend on ?

Ilyosbek Khasanov
Andijon branch of Toshkent state university, Uzbekistan
Published December 3, 2019
  • Agriculture,
  • management,
  • efficiency,
  • economy,
  • liberalization,
  • function,
  • integration
  • ...More
How to Cite
Khasanov, I. (2019). What does the effectiveness of management depend on ?. Academia Open, 1(2). https://doi.org/10.21070/acopen.v1i2.193


This paper makes analyses on improving the effectiveness of the agricultural management system will depend primarily on management functions. Management of these functions relies on the liberalization of the economy. Improvement of economic methods depends on economic, administrative and social-psychological research


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