Print ISSN: 2204-1990

Online ISSN: 1323-6903

Keywords : government


AbdurahmanovaMunovar .; DalievKhusan .

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 1046-1052
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.124

At the present stage of strategic development of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the integration issues of education, science and production are acquiring more and more practical significance. Science and technology, constituting an element of the productive forces of society, are one of the basic conditions of social progress, and science becomes in full measure a direct productive force. In this paper, we aim to investigate the effects of organizational structures and learning organization on the integration of education, science and industry contributes to the formation of new social relations. Furthermore, we explore advances in science and technology in a number of industries and methods to characterize the nature of workers' labor.


Mukhitdinova FiryuzaAbdurashidovna; Amaniyazova SvetaBayniyazovna

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 5950-5957
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.595

The article discusses the main directions of the evolution of e-government. The theoretical
aspects of e-government: and the impact of e-government on the effectiveness of the state anticorruption
policy of the country is analyzed. The process of adaptation of e-government by state
organizations is identified; the growing crisis of representative democracy is identified, as well
as the role of e-government at the present stage in Uzbekistan and the legal basis for

Trust to Judiciary in Turkey and Factors Affecting Trust in The Judical

Erhan Örselli; Zekeriya Bilici

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 894-903

Modern states realize their legitimacy and the monopoly of legitimate use of force through the judiciary. Citizens' trust in the state is directly related to their trust in the judiciary. In countries that have adopted the rule of law and democracy, the citizens' lack of trust in the judiciary causes many problems. In this context, in modern and democratic countries, it is of great importance to understand the trust of the citizens in the judiciary and the factors that affect this, and to determine the level of belief that justice is impartially, independently and quickly established. The results of the study on the trust of citizens in the judiciary at various times in Turkey show that the decrease of trust in the judiciary and shows that it is at very low levels. The aim of this study was to determine the level of trust in the judiciary in Turkey. In the study, it is tried to measure the trust of the citizens in the judiciary and their perceptions and attitudes on this issue. In this context, “What is the trust level of citizens in the judiciary? What factors affect citizens' trust in the judiciary?” answers to such questions are sought. The study aims to determining the trust of citizens in the judiciary and Turkey in line with a survey was carried out in order to determine the factors affecting it.

Determinants of Oil Palm Farmers’ Welfare in Aceh, Indonesia

Muhammad Haykal; Saifuddin Yunus

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 1221-1229

This study examines the determinants of the welfare of oil palm farmers in Aceh, Indonesia. The main focus of this study is on the current price of oil palm, whether it affects the level of welfare of oil palm farmers or not and what efforts the government has made to improve the farmers’ welfare. This research applies quantitative descriptive approach. The number of samples was 70 Aceh farmers in 24 districts in east Aceh. The selected famers who have been designated as farm owners and workers. The sampling technique used is judgment sampling. The research data collected by using a closed questionnaire. The results of the study found that when the price of palm oil is unstable, farmers must be able to process by-products in an effort to maintain the welfare of their families. In testing the two models, the same results were obtained, this cost could not be controlled by the farmers, especially the maintenance costs using industrial processed products such as fertilizers and pesticides. Therefore, the government must further intensify the economic empowerment programs for oil palm farmers. More programs for people are still required. During the Pandemic Covid-19, farmers only relies on the sale of fresh fruit bunches (FFB) at fluctuating prices which decreases farmers' income thus making them unable to improve their welfare.

Role Of Music In Farmers’ Protest: A Study

Navpreet Kaur

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 2546-2553

Music is considered as one of the oldest forms of expression. It is a universal
language which is always used by the educators, students, activists as a way of community
protest against the governments or the authorities. Protesting through the music has
become one of the media where people chooses musical notes as a way be vocal and loud
for the oppression. A way of reaching people at large and where people can be educated,
informed, motivated and to raise consciousness both emotionally and intellectually. The
music is a way of bringing social change and social justice to the society at large.
The paper aims to understand the ability of the music in the on going farmer’s protest in
Delhi against the Centre Government for the New Agriculture bill

Role of MSME in rural development


Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2020, Volume 26, Issue 2, Pages 620-623
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2020.26.02.084

Microfinance moneylenders give little credits to current and hopeful entrepreneurs. These advances help give individuals who might not have the credit or the admittance to conventional financing the chance to procure a higher pay and give occupations to their nearby networks. The measure of microfinance advances differ by loan specialist and can go from $25 up to $2,000. Descriptive research design is adopted to measure the selected topics. The sample size of the study is 46 members of MSME. The study primarily uses primary data. The tools of frequency analysis, mean analysis and ANOVA used in the study to analyse the data.