Nilufar Ilhomovna Sultanova
PhD student Tashkent State University of Economicshttps://doi.org/10.47191/jefms/v4-i11-27
This study was conducted using regression analysis of changes in the value of GDP per capita as a result of the influence of domestic lending to the private sector (as a percentage of GDP) and the share of entrepreneurship in GDP. The study showed that the change in the volume of domestic loans to the private sector (as a percentage of GDP) has a greater impact on the change in the value of GDP per capita. However, it should also be noted that an increase in factors and an increase in time series can affect the change in this conclusion.
GDP per capita, the share of entrepreneurs in GDP, credit, entrepreneurship, domestic loans to the private sector (as a percentage of GDP), small business, microcredit.
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