Sattorov Sanjar Abdumurodovich,

Independent researcher at Termez State University,



ORCID: 0000-0002-5355-2517

Abstract. The article discusses modern approaches to assessing the socio-economic development of the regions. The main reasons that hinder the objective assessment of the level of development of the regions, the specifics of economic development, the formation of socio-economic policy of the region through the organization of business activities within the rights and duties of the region, as well as qualitative assessment of the dynamics and level of development. in fact, in the context of the active development of project approaches, the main effective management of the development of the region’s economy should be.

It was noted that the problems of multidisciplinary analysis methodology for calculating the level of socio-economic development of regions, as well as the parallel perception of perceptions by stakeholders of socio-economic regions of the state. The current theory and practice of assessing the socio-economic development of regions allows us to conclude that in many cases the focus is on the social or economic component of development, limiting the coverage of problems. According to forecasts, the most commonly used indicators for regional development can be divided into two groups: economic and social.

In assessing the socio-economic development of the regions in the article, Ch. Carlsson identified two interrelated indicators: the coefficient of spatial variability and

The Gerfindal spatial index was used. The results of applying such a methodology can only confirm the conclusions reached and be useful for the development of public economic policy and economic development projects. The combination of geographical and industrial aspects of the development of regional and national economies includes several indicators: the region under consideration in one area of   the country, as well as the share of the studied regional economy in the entire national economy.

A significant advantage of this methodology is the relative availability of statistical data for its calculation, as well as the simplicity of interpreting the results.

The article concludes that the development of approaches to assessing the uneven socio-economic development of the region should focus on the needs of potential stakeholders as potential users and current customers of the assessment results, qualitative assessment of the dynamics and level of development of the region.

       Keywords. regions, socio-economic development, evaluation, modern approach, level, business entity activity, dynamics, quality, project approach, effective management.


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