Original Article
1. Relationship of Knowledge Management and Intellectual Capital Components (Case Study: faculty members of Urmia University)

Ahmad Emrahimi; Xaniyar Sheikhe pour; Shabnam Zinali; khald Dodman

Volume 2, Issue 4 , Autumn 2013, Pages 201-211

Abstract
  This study investigated the relationship between the components of intellectual capital and knowledge conversion process at the University of Urmia. The study was a descriptive correlation, 74 faculty members of the university were selected randomly. Two questionnaires were used to collect research data. ...  Read More

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2. The Role of Internal and External Religious Beliefs on Amount of Hope Prisoners in Sirjan City

Marjan Saryazdi; Ali Sadaghati Rad

Volume 2, Issue 4 , Autumn 2013, Pages 212-217

Abstract
  The aim of this research was to determine the effects of internal and external religious beliefs on amount of hope prisoners in Sirjan city. This study was conducted using the descriptive methodology. The statistical Population of this research are all prisoners in Sirjan city. 78 mens and womens were ...  Read More

3. Capital Punishment from the Perspective of Criminal Law and International Criminal Law Ideologies

Golnaz Moradi Pasand; Alireza Lotfi Dodaran; Mozafar Bashokuh

Volume 2, Issue 4 , Autumn 2013, Pages 218-229

Abstract
  Capital punishment or death penalty is a social enforcement guarantee which have existed in all societies and civilizations since past, and have taken many victims. Although today, this punishment has revoked in many countries completely and many international documents and treaties consider it as a ...  Read More

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4. Identifying the Urban Vulnerable Areas Against the Earthquake with Giscase Study-Radio Darya St. Chalous

Maryam ilanlu; Ali Ardakani; Hassan paknezhad; Milad Ebrahimi Gelsefid; Yahya Aziz Soltani

Volume 2, Issue 4 , Autumn 2013, Pages 230-237

Abstract
  Earthquake is one of the factors that considered less than other disasters. However, according to critical conditions of our country and Potential vulnerability to earthquake, it must be taken into account as one of the most basic natural destructive elements. Most of the researches on earthquake deal ...  Read More

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5. Survey the Relationship Between Procedural Justice and Organizational Commitment: Divandareh Banks and Financial Institutions Case Study

Jalil Hashemi Hashemi; Delkash Sadeghi

Volume 2, Issue 4 , Autumn 2013, Pages 238-247

Abstract
  Organizational commitment as an important and fundamental factor in workers performance, as well as overall organizational performance, had gained the attention of many management scholars, so. On the other side organizational justice will keep on the vitality and social systems survival, and led to ...  Read More

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6. An Examination of the Relationship Between Transformational Leadership with Entrepreneurial Orientation in Organization (Case Study: Mobin Petrochemical Company- South Pars)

Mohammad Reza Shahraki; Zeinab Bahraini

Volume 2, Issue 4 , Autumn 2013, Pages 248-261

Abstract
  Transformational leaders, use personal capabilities of individuals to promote peoples' ideals and lead individuals and organizations a higher point of transformational performance. This research aims to investigate the relationship between transformational leadership and orientation toward entrepreneurship ...  Read More

Original Article
7. Feasibility Assessment of Target Costing in Yasuj Cement Factory

Farokh Pakizeh; Seyyed Vali Tabatabaei Hanzaei; Mehrdad Moradi

Volume 2, Issue 4 , Autumn 2013, Pages 262-269

Abstract
  Target Costing is a powerful strategic tool which enables an organization to handle three diemsions simultaneously, i.e. the quality, cost and time and control the costs beforehand. The main issue is that whether or not the application of target costing in Yasuj Cement Factory has economic justification. ...  Read More