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Conceptual Approach towards a Formation of a Developed Cattle-Breeding Branch of the Region

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Isokov Murodjohn Tolibjohnovich


The welfare of a society is determined not either with a mass of manufacturing factors or an amount of investments, but with an effectiveness of innovational activity giving a final positive result.

Practical significance of the work lies in the fact that its conceptual provisions and recommendations promote a solution of the problem beset with elevation of effectiveness of cattle-breeding based on activization of innovational processes.

The author adduces actual streamlines of activities, factors promoting a transition of cattle-breeding to innovational rails and a mechanism of its implementation.

He makes an endeavor to determine the role and place of state power under an inculcation of innovations into the country`s cattle-breeding.


economic transformations, reorganization, state support, effectiveness of cattle-breeding branch, state leasing system, reaction and adaptation 


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Publication date

Monday, 24 October 2016