Exploring the Wealth Disparity: Why Some Countries are Rich and Others are Poor, And Strategies for Uzbekistan's Prosperity

  • Lazizbek Nurmuhammadov National University of Uzbekistant named after Mirzo Ulugbek Economics Major
Keywords: investments, incentives, institutions, economists, wealth, poor and rich nations, factors of production, poverty

Abstract

The global economic landscape exhibits a striking wealth disparity among countries, with some enjoying affluence while others grapple with poverty.[1]  This article delves into the complex factors contributing to this divide, examining historical, economic, and socio-political elements. In light of this analysis, we explore potential pathways for Uzbekistan to attain economic prosperity.

 

[1] Smith, J. (2021). "Global Economic Disparities." International Journal of Economics, 45(3), 289-305.

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Published
2023-09-11
How to Cite
Lazizbek Nurmuhammadov. (2023). Exploring the Wealth Disparity: Why Some Countries are Rich and Others are Poor, And Strategies for Uzbekistan’s Prosperity. Central Asian Journal of Social Sciences and History, 4(9), 145-149. Retrieved from https://cajssh.centralasianstudies.org/index.php/CAJSSH/article/view/878