Bulletin of Science and Practice

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EISSN : 24142948
Current Publisher: Publishing Center Science and Practice (10.33619)
Total articles ≅ 1,169

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A. Mamatkulov
Bulletin of Science and Practice, Volume 6; doi:10.33619/2414-2948/58/27

Author analyzes the impact of foreign direct investment on domestic investment in host developing countries and checks whether a foreign direct investment has a “positive” or “negative” impact on domestic investment, as well as evaluating the impact of selected variables on this relationship. Using a full sample, the main conclusion of this study is that FDI does have a positive (crowding out) effect on domestic investment in this sample of developing economies. In the short term, an increase in FDI by one percentage point as a percentage of GDP leads to an increase in total investment as a percentage of the host country’s GDP of about 10.7%, while in the long term this effect is about 31% dollar terms, one US dollar represents us 1.7$ of total investment in the short term and us 3.1$ in the long term. Based on the results of this study, it was once again proved that inflation hinders domestic investment in host countries by 0.04% and 0.12% in the short and long term, respectively.
T. Gasimzade
Bulletin of Science and Practice, Volume 6; doi:10.33619/2414-2948/58/05

Data about semi-desert vegetation of Shirvan of Azerbaijan have been shown in the paper. Semi-desert territory distributed till 1000 (1100) – 1300 (1600) m above sea level. Species components of Artemisia lerchianoso — Salsola dendroidesosum and Artemisia lerchianoso — Efemeretosum associations have been established. Quantity of taxon’s in semi-deserts for 2010–2014 years have determined. Semi-desert vegetation of Shirvan formed by 3 class, 3 formation and 9 association have been established.
M. Abdullayeva
Bulletin of Science and Practice, Volume 6; doi:10.33619/2414-2948/58/20

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X. Xolmuminov
Bulletin of Science and Practice, Volume 6; doi:10.33619/2414-2948/58/41

This article presents a scientific analysis of the problems of the socio-economic way of life and demographic processes of the population of the Kashkadarya and Surkhandarya oases and their features in the late 19th centuries. The administrative centers experienced an increase in population and ethnic composition, but in rural areas their standard of living was significantly higher. An analysis of demographic processes shows that the population of this southern region accelerated the transition to a more sedentary lifestyle during this period. As a result of these factors, the population of the cities, which were the administrative centers in the southern oases, gradually increased, and gradually commercial and industrial enterprises appeared. In conclusion, it is concluded that there were still many problems in the demographic processes of the social life of the population in the principalities of the southern oases.
V. Bulatov, N. Igenbaeva, O. Biryukova, O. Nanishvili
Bulletin of Science and Practice, Volume 6; doi:10.33619/2414-2948/58/09

The paper analyzes geological and geophysical materials in order to study reservoir properties and formation heterogeneity of the Yu2-3 of the Tyumen formation based on the materials of geophysical studies of wells drilled at the Zapadno-Tunrovskoye field. The information analysis of morphological complexity and heterogeneity of the structure of the productive layer Yu2-3, which have a negative impact on the nature and process of development of hydrocarbon reserves within individual areas of the Deposit, is presented.
T. Farmanov, F. Yusupova
Bulletin of Science and Practice, Volume 6; doi:10.33619/2414-2948/58/12

The development of agriculture depends primarily on the availability of water resources. The current critical situation in the field of water on earth, which is already called Blue Gold, requires rational use of water resources, improvement of the agricultural system, which ensures a reduction in water use, and the introduction of modern water-saving technologies. Objective: To develop scientifically based proposals and practical recommendations to encourage the use of water-saving technologies in agriculture. Results: The proposed legal, organizational and economic measures will contribute to the further development of water-saving technologies in agriculture.
A. Matnazarov, I. Davletov, A. Japakov
Bulletin of Science and Practice, Volume 6; doi:10.33619/2414-2948/58/19

The article analyses about the usage of a modernized experimental setup for studying the interaction of laser radiation with solids at different angles of incidence. To register and investigation the spectrum of the nuclei in the elements under study, a solid-state neodymium laser operating was used in a mono-pulse mode.
T. Guseva, S. Soldatova, O. Karanyan
Bulletin of Science and Practice, Volume 6; doi:10.33619/2414-2948/58/22

The article describes the features of the organoleptic assessment and interpretation of the results of butter. The organoleptic and physico-chemical characteristics of food products change over time. The analysis of the qualitative properties of the product is given for all the main parameters. In conclusion, the authors concluded that in addition to the input, there should be a periodic control during storage.
I. Davletov
Bulletin of Science and Practice, Volume 6; doi:10.33619/2414-2948/58/26

The article discusses the main regulatory documents, trends in the development of the housing stock and its management system in Uzbekistan. Scientific and methodological proposals and recommendations have been developed for improving the management system, maintenance and modernization of residential buildings in modern conditions. As a result of the systematic implementation of modernization in the field of housing and communal services in the republic, the quality of communal services, as well as the standard of living and living conditions of the country's population, are improving.
M. Temirkhanova, I. Ochilov, Sh. Li
Bulletin of Science and Practice, Volume 6; doi:10.33619/2414-2948/58/30

The article describes the existing problems in the preparation of financial reporting by insurance organizations in accordance with international standards and the ways of their overcoming, improvement of assessment of internal control in the financial statements of insurance organizations, important aspects of the improvement of the methodology for determining the significance and risk of an audit of financial statements, and also a three-step process of model analysis.
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