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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.18.NQ88007

SECTORAL STRUCTURE OF EMPLOYMENT AND INCLUSIVE ECONOMIC GROWTH: EVIDENCE FROM UZBEKISTAN

Zilola Tolametova Abdijaparovna, Dilshod Elov Abdujabbarovich, Bekmurod Elmonov Ermat o’gli

Abstract

The article assesses the directions, structural changes, and laws to improve employment in Uzbekistan and its regions using econometric models and diagnostic tests. The authors investigate how changes in employment in agriculture, industry, and services affect ecology and development. Transformation of employment from agriculture to service and industry sectors as well as allocation of labor resources have happened in economic sectors of Uzbekistan on the condition of climate change between 1991 and 2021. This finding provides support for the claim that the transformation of rural areas into urban areas, changes in rural lifestyles, and the improvement of infrastructure in rural areas are directly connected to demographic trends and employment.

Keywords

employment structure, productivity, climate change, economic growth, working-age population, labor participation.

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