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Applying real option approach for startup valuation by venture capitalists in first round of financing

Meisam Dehghan-Eshratabad; Amir Albadvi

Volume 22, Issue 3 , December 2018, Pages 1-27

Abstract
  Startup valuation in venture capital investment has always been an important issue in negotiations between entrepreneurs and venture capitalists. Results of conducted researches on startup valuation have revealed difficulties and complexities in determining entrepreneurial projects value, especially ...  Read More

Dynamic Simulation of Motivational Policies Impacts on Employees Knowledge Sharing: Case of Bandar Imam Petrochemical Company

Ahmad Morshedi; Navid Nezafati; Tayyebe Amirkhani; Yousef Zolfiaghdam

Volume 22, Issue 3 , December 2018, Pages 29-48

Abstract
  Knowledge sharing is one of the essential processes for implementing knowledge management and it would be accruing when helping others or learning for new capabilities. Nowadays, using organizational knowledge and sharing knowledge among knowledge-oriented organizations, employees has been considered ...  Read More

Provide an econometric model to plan the profits of automaker companies through customer satisfaction management, after sales services (Case study: Logan Pars Khodro)

mahnaz ebrahimi sadrabadi; Mir Mahdi Seyedesfahani; ali mohammad kimiagari

Volume 22, Issue 3 , December 2018, Pages 49-74

Abstract
  Planning companies’ profits through customer satisfaction management has 4 main steps of recognizing constitutive components of customer satisfaction, integration of components and measuring overall customer satisfaction, reviewing how overall customer satisfaction impacts level of performance ...  Read More

Identification of factors affecting social loafing among employees of private sector using causal cognitive maps

Seyed Soheil Fazeli; jahanyar bamdad soofi; Majid Safari nia; Amir Mazyaki; omid arjmand

Volume 22, Issue 3 , December 2018, Pages 75-103

Abstract
  Since about 100 years, social loafing has been studied as one of the most important factors lowering working group efficiency in organizations. Considering many employees activities are related to each other and has done in group context now days, in this research we are going to identify factors affecting ...  Read More

Designing a Brand Performance Model for Banking Services Market Based on Customer-Based Brand Equity

Seyed Reza Jalali; Ali Kazemi; Azarnoosh Ansari

Volume 22, Issue 3 , December 2018, Pages 104-132

Abstract
  In this study, based on theoretical and quantitative researches, a conceptual model was presented for explaining different dimensions of research variables, such as designing brand performance model for banking service market of Iran based on customer – based brand equity. First, after reviewing ...  Read More

Developing A Model to Enhance Iran's National Interests by the Oil Supply System in the World Market: A Systems Approach

Seyed Hossein Hosseini; Hamed Shakouri G.; Aliyeh Kazemi

Volume 22, Issue 3 , December 2018, Pages 133-158

Abstract
  An examination of international political economy history shows that discovery of huge oil reservoirs has been playing an important role in defining and supporting the countries national interest. Undoubtedly, oil reserves in Iran are considered as intergenerational resources and maintaining intergenerational ...  Read More

Role of Organizational Bullying in Psychological Characteristics of a Job (Job Engagement, Stress and Job Insecurity) Case of Selected Branches of a Bank in Qom Province

Arezoo sohrabi; Kazem Hasanzadeh; Zeinab Molavi

Volume 22, Issue 3 , December 2018, Pages 159-179

Abstract
  Destructive organizational behaviors are emerging in various forms. Organizational bullying, with negative effects on work environments, directly and negatively affects people's health and imposes a high cost on the organization and results in a reduction in productivity. Therefore, the main objective ...  Read More