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Volume 19 (2015)
Volume 18 (2014)
Volume 17 (2014)
Volume 16 (2012)
Volume 15 (2011)
Volume 14 (2010)
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The Dilemma of the Dynamic Problems: Provide a Framework for the Process of Problem Definition

Ali Haji Gholam Saryazdi; Ali rajabzadeh Ghatari; Ali Naghi Mashayekhi; Alireza Hasanzadeh

Volume 21, Issue 2 , September 2017, Pages 1-26

  Problem definition is the most vital and important step in system dynamics approach. It is the basis for other steps of dynamic modeling and one of the main conditions in the effectiveness of modeling and its success. Considering its importance, there is scant literature on process of problem definition ...  Read More

Classification of Factors Affecting Demand for Cultural Products in Domestic Market

Mehdi Haghighi Kaffash; Mohammad reza esmaili; Mohammad reza taghva; mahmmod mohamadian

Volume 21, Issue 2 , September 2017, Pages 27-46

  Nowadays the effect of cultural industries on GDP, economic growth, social welfare and development of international exchanges is very significant. Therefore cultural activities are to become one of the most fundamental principles of the world economic system. Accordingly, due to the richness and wealth ...  Read More

Investigating The Impact of Religious Capital on Organizational Citizenship behavior: Case of Social Security Organization in Isfahan

Reza Sepahvand; Zeynab Amiri; Mojtaba Farokhi; Yadolah Amiri

Volume 21, Issue 2 , September 2017, Pages 47-68

  Although at some period of history some religious scholars believed religion was the reason for backwardness of communities, divine religions are drivers for individual and social capital accumulation and improving economic, cultural and social community. Therefore, religion can be considered in two ...  Read More

Analysis of Effective Factors on Whistle-blowing in Organization: Case of Alzahra Hospital of Isfahan

Nasrin Alinaghian; ali nasr Isfahani; Ali Safari

Volume 21, Issue 2 , September 2017, Pages 69-88

  This research intends to identify and assess effect of personal factors and materiality of wrongdoing on whistle-blowing. Combination of qualitative and quantitative methods is applied and in qualitative method, Delphi technique used to identify each factor components in 4 stages applying Kenad’s ...  Read More

Investigating Effects of SMEs Formation on Investment Growth

Ali Mohamadi; Habibollah Ranaee; Abbas Abbasi; Hossein Karami

Volume 21, Issue 2 , September 2017, Pages 89-112

  It is important to identify sources of industrial investment growth from policy planning perspective, due to importance of manufacturing industries as the engine of economic development. SME formation is one of these sources that its impact on investment process with various methods has been studied. ...  Read More

Political Intelligence and Organizational Change: Investigating Organizational Culture as Moderator

yaghoob mombini; Mohammad Doostar; Mahshid Goodarzi

Volume 21, Issue 2 , September 2017, Pages 113-135

  The effective role of managers and leaders’ political intelligence in organization fundamental changes are undeniable. Political intelligence is the intelligence with which the leaders can make influence over appropriate changes in organization. Political intelligence is one of the social skills ...  Read More

Perception of Corporate Social Responsibility and In-Role and Extra-Role Performance: Mediating Role of Work Attitude

Seyed mohammad mirmohammadi; Mohammad Rahimian; Maryam Abedini

Volume 21, Issue 2 , September 2017, Pages 137-155

  Many theorists of management emphasize on In-role and Extra-role performance in order to enhance effectiveness. Different studies have been done to improve the In-role and Extra-role performance of employees which include perception of social responsibility and job attitudes. The aim of this study is ...  Read More

Developing Public Sector Human Resource Value Creation Measurment Model

Hasan DanaeeFard; Somayeh Nemati; Ahmad Ali Khaef Elahi

Volume 21, Issue 2 , September 2017, Pages 157-178

  In recent years, public sector performance and public perception of the values created by this sector through public services has become a center of focus for many researchers in public administration. Substantial research has been conducted to develop metrics for measuring public sector performance ...  Read More

Developing Performance Based Budgeting Model: Organizational Excellence Approach

Mohammad Valipour Khatir; Adel Azar; Mohammad Reza Amini

Volume 21, Issue 2 , September 2017, Pages 179-198

  Necessity to budget restructuring from program budgeting to performance ‎budgeting led to many studies for requirements of these changes. By ‎reviewing literature budgeting models with concept of ‎performance as Excellency and Efficiency was not seen. Main idea of this research ‎was providing ...  Read More