The model of insurance protection of business in the agricultural sector in the context of institutional transformations
Keywords:development of agriculture, government regulation, government support for insurance coverage of agriculture, institutional transformations in agriculture, insurance coverage, insurance premium, phases of development
The article examines the special role and importance of insurance protection of business in the agricultural sector in the context of institutional transformations in agriculture, their factors, analyzes the main modern concepts of institutional transformations, in accordance with which the directions are identified in which the state can actively influence institutional transformations in agriculture. The construction of an effective, stable agricultural insurance system with state support is possible taking into account the views of all interested parties: the state, agricultural producers and insurers. Further improvement of economic and legal mechanisms will allow modernizing agricultural insurance, improving the well-being of farmers in the Republic of Uzbekistan.
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