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JCR. 2020; 7(2): 246-251


NATIONAL-HISTORICAL ESSENCE OF PREPARING AN INDIVIDUAL FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF ECONOMIC RELATIONS

Nabiyev Gulomjon Abdusalomovich.

Abstract
At different times and in different countries economic activity was one of the most important areas of human activity. Therefore, thanks to economic activity occurs a consumption and mutual exchange of food products, clothing and consumer goods manufuctured in agriculture and industry. And this is the main condition for human relations. The initial basis of economic activity took shape in the early stages of the development of human society The initial basis of economic activity was shaped in the early stages of development of human society. The essence and mechanisms of effective organization of economic activity were based in the subsequent stages of social progress. Problems of effective organization of economic relations attracted the attention of spiritual enlighteners and educators of the society. Onsor Al-Maali Keykavus, being one of such personalities, in his work “Kabus-name” analyzed social relations in various fields as well as the essence of economic activity. This article discusses the aforementioned issues.

Key words: Onsor Al-Maali Keykavus, the work “Kabus-name”, economic activity, trade, selling, commercial relations.



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