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1. Equitable Justice Principles and Doping Compaign Convention

Mehdi Bakhshi; Farshad Azizi

Volume 3, Issue 2 , Spring 2014, Pages 83-87

Abstract
  Today, following equitable justice not only in the courts but also in exclusive in criminal centers (administrative, tax and sport) regarding independent concept of criminal domain is considered essential. In fact, based on criminal domain expression which involves a wide concept of criminal rights, ...  Read More

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2. The Effect of Creating a Professional Standard of Moral Conduct on Auditor’ Moral Decisions in Water and Power Industry in Golestan

Haji Mohammad Sehati; Mansour Garkaz

Volume 3, Issue 2 , Spring 2014, Pages 88-96

Abstract
  The main objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of teaching moral behavior on auditors’ moral decisions in water and power industry in Golestan, Iran. Statistical population is all auditors of water and power companies in Golestan Province. They are of professionals and specialists ...  Read More

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3. Legal Aspects of Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery

Hamid Reza Salehi; Ann Marie Mangion

Volume 3, Issue 2 , Spring 2014, Pages 97-102

Abstract
  The tendency to beauty is an intrinsic and natural desire and quest of every human-being. According to the history, surgery to improve one’s looks existed in Alexandria and in ancient Rome. Considering the developments and expansions made in the meaning of ''Disease'', the psychiatrists and knowledgeable ...  Read More

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4. AN Evaluation of Career Planning Policy Followed by Public Insurance Companies in India

Sarah Sadat Vatankhah Ardestani; Seyed Mehdi Pourkiaei

Volume 3, Issue 2 , Spring 2014, Pages 103-110

Abstract
  People are always concerned about selecting and building careers that meet their aspirations and needs. Career planning process involves both individual and organization responsibility. Thus, every organization has an obligation to utilize its employee’s abilities to the fullest and to give them ...  Read More

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5. Feasibility of Human Resources for the Primary School Curriculum in a Semi-Centralized Design in Khuzestan

Mehraban Keliddar; Shahrzad Khosravi Negad

Volume 3, Issue 2 , Spring 2014, Pages 111-118

Abstract
  This study was done to investigate the possibility of semi-centralized design curriculum in the province of human resources. In this research, descriptive method was used. The study was conducted in the province center and 30 specialists, experts, teachers and professors of different disciplines related ...  Read More

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6. Studying Internationalization Challenges of Curriculum Along With Developing Higher Education System According to Approaches and Experiences

Shahrzad Khosravi Nejad

Volume 3, Issue 2 , Spring 2014, Pages 119-129

Abstract
  Curriculum  of  universities  as  center  of  producing  knowledge  and  place  of  learning  for  meeting  global, national  and  local  needs  requires  fundamental  transformations  expertise's  ...  Read More

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7. Pathology for the Roots of Official Corruption Emergence and the Approaches to Confront It

Behead Latifian; Ayoub Jaasemi; Farhad Kheirolahi

Volume 3, Issue 2 , Spring 2014, Pages 130-137

Abstract
  Prevention from corruption is a way to be traversed with faith and enthusiasm, act within it intelligently and responsibly to gain success through participation and accurate knowledge about the elements causing corruption and ways to confront it. Corruption is like A.I.D.S disease, that if not controlled ...  Read More

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8. Cloud Computing: Banking Operations on the Cloud

Farhad Karimkhani; Farshid Nematzadeh

Volume 3, Issue 2 , Spring 2014, Pages 138-145

Abstract
  Today, technology is changing rapidly and what we have so far implemented as a smart solution is now part of the past. Cloud computing (CC) opens up new horizons for various business sectors and also the banking sector. Cloud knowledge has been made through many years of research in distributed systems, ...  Read More

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9. Investigation of Relationship between some Corporate Governance Mechanisms and Earning Quality

Fahimeh Mazloum ardakani; Mahmoud MoeinAddin; Shahnaz Nayebzadeh

Volume 3, Issue 2 , Spring 2014, Pages 146-154

Abstract
  The main objective of this study was to investigate the relationship between corporate governance mechanisms and earning quality. In this study, the size of board of directors, number of non-bound managers in the board and institutional investors are used as corporate governance system mechanisms. Earning ...  Read More