In collaboration with Payame Noor University and Iranian Association for Energy Economics (IRAEE)
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Study of The Carbon, Methane and Nitrous Oxide Footprint in Iran's Agricultural Sub-Sectors Compared to Other Economic Sectors: The Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) Approach

Seyed Kamal Sadeghi; Zahra Karimi Takanlou; Mohammad Ali Motefakker Azad; Hossein Asgharpour Ghourchi; Yaghoub Andayesh

Volume 5, 17(2) , October 2015, Pages 30-13

  In recent decades the more releaseing emissions from energy consumption, have had more damaging effects on the environment. The share of some of the manufacturing sectors have been more than other sectors and may vary from one country to another one. However, each country have the capacity to absorb ...  Read More

Analyzing Challenges and Strategies for Business Improvement of Iranian Tea Industry

Mohammad Hossein Karim; Saeid Farahani Fard; Nasrin Borji; Mohammad Reza Karimfar; Ali Sardar Shahraki

Volume 5, 17(2) , October 2015, Pages 40-31

  Despite of innumerable potentials of Iran Tea Industry (ITI) it could not stabilized its production, commerce and processing position in global tea industry. There exist more than 60000 families that involve with ITI, therefore codification of ITI strategy and appropriate structure of it, is vital subject ...  Read More

Studying Impact of Financial Payment for Domesticated Animals, Fowl and Fishery Sector on Agricultural Development in Markazi Province

Hamid Reza i Qasem; Mohammad Salehi

Volume 5, 17(2) , October 2015, Pages 54-41

  Domesticated animals, fowl, and fishery sector, as one of agricultural subsectors, moreover creating employment, help to economic growth and development, market boom; play an important role in providing food and food security for society. On this base, governments always plan their goals toward supporting ...  Read More

Designing The Agricultural Research Institutes’ Knowledge Transfer Model through Distance Education to Rural Development

Shabanali Noroozi; Habibollah Najafi; Mehran Farajollahi; Mohammad Reza Sarmadi

Volume 5, 17(2) , October 2015, Pages 68-55

  The main objective of the research is to design the suitable knowledge transfer in agricultural research centers through distance education. The research method was a combinational one. The primary information was collected through Delphi method by knowledge transfer experts. After extraction of main ...  Read More

Study and Comparison of Development Degree of Rural Areas in Iran`s Provinces

Yaser Feizabadi; Fatemeh Maleki

Volume 5, 17(2) , October 2015, Pages 80-69

  Development trend has different stages in different countries so that countries are divided into different categories such as developed, less developed or undeveloped. The development process of different rural areas is not also the same within a country. The aim of this study is to rank and then compare ...  Read More

Educational Need Assessment of Guilan Rural Youth to Develop Agricultural Entrepreneurial Activities

Hassan Pourjavadkhah; Mohammad Sadegh Allahyari; Fatholah Keshavarz; Masoumeh Mohammadzadeh

Volume 5, 17(2) , October 2015, Pages 90-81

  The purpose of this descriptive study was to assess the educational needs of rural youth on agricultural entrepreneurial activities in Guilan province. The statistical population of this study consisted of rural youth who were between 15-35 year old (N = 2598) and the sample size was determined by using ...  Read More

Effective Factors on Employment in Food and Drinking Industry in Mazandaran Province

Zahra Amiri; Seyedeh Mahboobeh Mozaffari Khoshrodi; Mohammad Kavoosi Kalashami

Volume 5, 17(2) , October 2015, Pages 102-91

  Unemployment had been one of the important challenges of recently decade in Iran,s economy. Food and drinking industry discharge the most important role in employment of industrial products of the country. In spite of large number of workforce in the agricultural sector, job creation potential is low ...  Read More