Towards a Critical Typology of Entrepreneurial Identity

A. Rostamiaan; Gh. Mohammadi Elyasi; M. Amiry; K. Sakhdari

Volume 10, Issue 3 , June 2018, Pages 1-31

  This study attempts to present a typology of entrepreneurial identity on the basis of a Habermasian critical approach. To this end, four dimensions of a conceptual framework for a typology of entrepreneurial identity is designated constructed on the duality of emancipatory/instrumental rationality and ...  Read More

Sustainability: Constraining Development?

S.A. Asghari

Volume 10, Issue 3 , June 2018, Pages 33-56

  The crisis of environment degradation is one of factors that have raised the problem of how to make development sustainable while considering limitations. Trying to solve this problem itself, however, raises another problem: out of the two fields of economics and ecology which one should determine the ...  Read More

Sociological Thoughts of Ahmad Ashraf About the Underdevelopment of Iran

N. Sedghi

Volume 10, Issue 3 , June 2018, Pages 57-77

  The central issue of Ashraf in reviewing Iran's history is to explain the historical obstacles of the formation of the capitalist system of the bourgeoisie and civil society. Ashraf to Description of the above problem has used the concepts of "Asian system" and "feudal system" in Marx's thoughts, and ...  Read More

Spatial Justice and Regional Inequality: An Interdisciplinary Systematic Review

H. Dadashpoor; N. Alvandipour

Volume 10, Issue 3 , June 2018, Pages 79-112

  Regions have challenges with the phenomenon of injustice from many aspects, and in different areas suffer from inappropriate distribution of benefits and lack of suitable access to services. Therefore, regional development, especially in developing countries, has always faced many challenges, including ...  Read More

Behavioral Sciences
The Economic Approach to Addiction; Why Behavioral Economics is a Pertinent Analytical Framework?

M. Motavaseli; E. Razaghi; M.H. Hadi

Volume 10, Issue 3 , June 2018, Pages 113-144

  This paper sets out to present a better understanding of the economic approach to the analysis of addictive behavior. Addiction, in accordance with the standard definitions, is a consumption behavior, which follows certain behavioral patterns. Based on recent neuroscience researches on addiction, there ...  Read More

An Investigation in Role of Youth Development Index and its Main Component Effective on GDP Growth in Selected Counties; Lessons for Iran

M.J. Kabiri; M.H. Sadraei

Volume 10, Issue 3 , June 2018, Pages 145-170

  More than half of the world’s population consists of youth and adolescents under25 years of age. Some 1.2 billion of them are 15-24 years old, and predictions suggest this number will rise for the next 20 years. As a considerable part of the population in any country that can play a positive or ...  Read More

Quraanic Sciences
Investigation on the Effect of the Moderate Consumption on the Poverty Alleviation in the Family Based on Interdisciplinary Studies

M. Najafi; M.A. Lessani Fesharaki

Volume 10, Issue 3 , June 2018, Pages 171-192

  The holy Quran as the eternal miracle of the prophet of Islam (PBUH) requires an accurate understanding, in order to receive human life approaches which are not possible except through interdisciplinary studies. On the one hand humanistic sciences such as economy have not gained full credit and success ...  Read More