The development of civil society requires the free participation of people in socio-economic life, the active realization of their economic rights and freedoms through business and entrepreneurial activity. Small business and private entrepreneurship is one of the conditions for democratic renewal and innovative development of society. Therefore, they should be viewed as realities capable of creating a broad, new social entity, modernizing economic relations. Support for small business and private entrepreneurship has not become a positive reality, especially in local government systems. They face various bureaucratic, administrative, organizational barriers. The positive impact of small business and private entrepreneurship on socio-economic, innovative development is an axiom. But what is their impact on the development of civil society? What needs to be done to ensure that the permanent development of the economy is commensurate with the immanent laws of civil society? The search for answers to the questions of how small business and entrepreneurship effect the society.
Burkhan Shamsiddinov was born in the Fergana district in the Republic of Uzbekistan. He is the author of many scientific articles in the field of Business philosophy. Nowadays he is a lecturer at Kokand state pedagogical institute. Muzaffar Kurbanov is the lecturer at Kokand state pedagogical institute. He is the author of many scientific articles.