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1. The Study of Effect of Entrepreneurship Aspects on SMEs Performance

Mohammad Reza Mohammadi

Volume 4, Issue 4 , Autumn 2015, Pages 249-259

Abstract
  In this research, we meant to study the effects of entrepreneurship aspects on performance. Entrepreneurship aspects such as risk-taking, being active, progressive and innovative, and their effects one performance of small enterprises are studied. Risk-taking activities of entrepreneurs are consisted ...  Read More

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2. The Relationship between Intellectual Capital and Quality of Work life

Zaniar Shekhe pour; Habib Allah Doaei; Normohamad Yaghoubi; Ahmad Ebrahimi; Mohamad Shekhe pour

Volume 4, Issue 4 , Autumn 2015, Pages 260-269

Abstract
  Nowadays, development of intellectual capital is one of the key factors in improvement of business processes and organization’s success. The reason is that creating processes for acquiring value through knowledge is one of the most important functions of intellectual capital management. This is ...  Read More

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3. The Effect of Assets' Liquidation Regarding the Limitations of Financing on Cash Flow Sensitivity of Cash

Marziyeh Zeydabadinezhad; Mehdi Alinezhad Sarokolaei; Abbas Shoul

Volume 4, Issue 4 , Autumn 2015, Pages 270-276

Abstract
  In the present research we have studied about the effect of asset's liquidation regarding the limitations of financing on cash flow sensitivity of cash. To carry out the research we have chosen 60 firms accepted in Tehran Stock Exchange during the time period between 2006 and 2011 using a systematic ...  Read More

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4. Explaining the Relationship Between Organizational Culture and Attitude to Social Responsibility Among the Faculty Members of Urmia University

Mohammad Eslahi; Mir Mohammad SeyedAbbas Zadeh

Volume 4, Issue 4 , Autumn 2015, Pages 277-285

Abstract
  This study is aimed to investigate the predictability of attitude to social responsibility through the organizational culture among the faculty members of Urmia University. To do so, a writen questionnaire consisted of 39 items was developed using the standard measures, 200 questionnaires were distributed ...  Read More

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5. Organizational Intelligence, Survival Factor of Today’s Organizations

Masoud Pour Kiani; Maryam PourjafariJozam; Mina PourjafariJozam

Volume 4, Issue 4 , Autumn 2015, Pages 286-300

Abstract
  Nowadays, numerous factors affect survival of service and industrial units; these factors change rapidly. Organizations should always adapt themselves to changes occurred in environment and their surrounding and should move with them. An organization should not only change its status once in a while, ...  Read More

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6. Factors Affecting Entrepreneurial Attitudes of MA Students in Islamic Azad University (Naragh Branch)

Shahmansoury Ashraf; Isaac Rasoul

Volume 4, Issue 4 , Autumn 2015, Pages 301-307

Abstract
  In this field study cluster sampling was used to select graduate students as the population of study from the university. To test the hypotheses, the data were entered into SPSS software, and variables were measured using Kolmogorov–Smirnov test (K–S test) and one sample t-test. Results of ...  Read More

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7. The More Capable Management, the Better Earning Quality

Hamid Reza Rezaei; Mahdi Vassei Chaharmahali; Malihe Navaee Seyedeh; Fatemeh Mortazavian

Volume 4, Issue 4 , Autumn 2015, Pages 308-316

Abstract
  Investors are willing to devote their resources to companies with excellent performance and one of the criteria of productivity for the company is profitability. Investor's over emphasize on the profitability reminds that market ignore other indicators of performance. But managers are able to influence ...  Read More

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8. A Conceptual Model of Entrepreneurship Development and Employment of Rural New Approach

Mohammad Alikhani; Jamshid khodayari; Maryam Dehnavi; Javad Verijkazemi

Volume 4, Issue 4 , Autumn 2015, Pages 317-323

Abstract
  From layout and extraction of structural and functional experienced patterns from other countries in rural development and entrepreneurship, it can be achieve to a perspective of comprehensive and integration picture from intervention in this areas. This view like as a strategy has performance capability ...  Read More