Vol 19 No 2 (2024): May
Marketing Management

AI Transforms Ecommerce Management and Regulation in Uzbekistan
AI Mengubah Manajemen dan Regulasi E-niaga di Uzbekistan


Isokhujaeva Munira Yashnarovna
Departement Economics, International Westminster University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan *

(*) Corresponding Author
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Published May 12, 2024
Keywords
  • Public Administration,
  • E-commerce,
  • Digital Economy,
  • Artificial Intelligence,
  • Regulatory Efficiency
How to Cite
Yashnarovna, I. M. (2024). AI Transforms Ecommerce Management and Regulation in Uzbekistan. Indonesian Journal of Law and Economics Review, 19(2), 10.21070/ijler.v19i2.1054. https://doi.org/10.21070/ijler.v19i2.1054

Abstract

This study investigates the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) into Uzbekistan's e-commerce sector, aiming to enhance business management, develop new models, and increase governmental regulatory effectiveness. By employing mathematical models based on a knowledge base and product logic principles, the research predicts and facilitates alternative management decisions, improving market monitoring and administrative procedures. The findings reveal that AI significantly enhances decision-making quality and regulatory efficiency, suggesting its potential as a cornerstone for modern e-commerce management strategies. This contributes to the advancement of the digital economy and the improvement of business and consumer conditions in Uzbekistan.

Highlights:

  • AI Integration: Enhances decision-making and administrative procedures in Uzbekistan's e-commerce sector.
  • Mathematical Models: Uses knowledge bases and product logic to improve market monitoring and management decisions.
  • Economic Impact: Contributes to the development of the digital economy, benefiting businesses and consumers.

Keywords: Public Administration, E-commerce, Digital Economy, Artificial Intelligence, Regulatory Efficiency

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