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:: Dr. Hossein Mohammadpour Zarandi, the president of Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA): ::
 | Post date: 2019/03/25 | 

Dr. Hossein Mohammadpour Zarandi, the president of Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA):

Production; key to the development and invulnerability of the global economy


Regarding the slogan of this year, Dr. Hossein Mohammadpour Zarandi, the president of Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA) said, as in recent years, the Supreme Leader has chosen an economic slogan for this year. Although boosting production maybe a phrase composed of two words, it reveals all the shortcomings and bottlenecks of the country, especially at the present time.
Noting that if we consider economic sanctions as a natural disaster, such as floods or earthquakes, undoubtedly, production plays the role of structural strengths and observance of the technical principles of the building, the president of IUESA said, production is the key to the development and invulnerability of the global economy.
Emphasizing that none of the economic keywords has such a position, he further said, looking at the size of the Iranian economy, we expect that such an economy will be less disturbed by external impulses. The Iranian economy is ranked 27th in terms of size and GDP volume of nearly $ 500 billion, and if we calculate GDP based on purchasing power parity (PPP), Iran is ranked 18th in the world, with nearly $ 1.5 trillion.
Saying that, in terms of Iran’s hydrocarbon reserves, with 158 billion barrels of discovered oil reserves, it accounts for nearly 10% of the world’s total discovered oil reserves, he added, Iran is also the second largest country with proven gas reserves and the world’s fourth largest producer of gas. These advantages do not exist in many countries, even in developed countries, but why, with such economic advantages, our country is still experiencing turbulence in certain economic conditions. The answer is undoubtedly in a proposition, and that is the weakness of production.
In our country, the share of industry in the total GDP is very low. The average annual growth in investment in this sector has been less than 1.5% in recent years, with a share of less than 15% and about 12% of the total GDP of the country, while in the East Asian countries, the share of industrial production from gross domestic product is nearly 25%, he further said. 
Highlighting that sanction is a useless weapon that the United States uses for different countries, such as Russia and China, he said,  in this context, in 2018, tariffs of $ 50 billion in imported goods from China, which is roughly equivalent to ten percent of China’s total imports, can be noted, but why the Chinese and Russian economies are not only disturbed, but also they deal with the parable, e.g. China’s 25 percent tariff on some commodities, including US agricultural products.
Dr. Pourzarandi said evidence suggests that American sanctions are ineffective or with low impact in the mentioned countries, because production is thriving and advanced in these countries. Boosting production, which is reflected in the increase in exports, makes the country the center of the global economy. In our country, especially during the last year, the production sector suffered serious pressures and damage. The damage is immediately reflected in the form of a decline in economic growth, rising inflation, lower productivity, poverty, job losses, and so on.
Another important part of boosting production is the large-scale investment in this sector by the government and the private sector. Today, capital should be sought to move towards production instead of moving towards low-mobility and low-impact sectors. Another part of this process is the responsibility of the centers and scientific and research associations, universities and knowledge-based companies. They have to thoroughly test the path of production prospect and show the way well.
Finding comparative advantages, showing opportunities and bottlenecks and drawing scenarios is part of their missions. People, solidarity, participation and unity in boosting production can ultimately lead to the development and prosperity of the country.
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:: The 25th issue of “Journal of Urban Economics and Management” ::
 | Post date: 2019/02/28 | 

The 25th issue of “Journal of Urban Economics and Management”

According to Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA), the 25th issue of “Journal of Urban Economics and Management” has been published.
There are seven articles in the winter issue of this journal including:
1. Assessing the Impact of Competitiveness on Urban Network Transformation Using Social Network Analysis (Case: Isfahan City-Region)
2. Investigating the Possibility of Using Waqf and Interest-Free Bonds to Finance Public Spaces in the Surrounding Texture of Holy Shrine of Imam Reza
3. Planning for Strengthening the City’s Economic Infrastructure with an Emphasis on Sustainable Tourism (Case: Ardebil City)
4. Understanding of Smart Citizen Components in Urban Environment with Technological Learning Approach (Case: Yazd City)
5. Identification and Validation of Effective Factors on the Establishment of Workplace Curriculum Model Emphasizing on Economic Development Consequences
6. Oil Price Shocks and Housing Business Cycles in Iran: Markov Regime-Switching GARCH Model
7. Designing a Policy Model for the Development of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Emphasizing on Innovation (Case: Ministry of Cooperatives, Labor and Social Welfare)
Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA), is the owner of Journal of Urban Economics and Management. Dr. Seyed Mohsen Tabatabaei Mozdabadi is managing director and Dr. Sadeghi Shahdani is editor-in-chief. 
“Journal of Urban Economics and Management” is indexed in Econlit affiliated with American Economic Association and Econbiz affiliated with German libraries. Econlit introduced “Journal of Urban Economics and Management” in its June 2015 issue as a top world 12 most reputable magazine.
For more information, please visit www.iuea.ir or www.iueam.ir.
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:: The 24th issue of “Journal of Urban Economics and Management” ::
 | Post date: 2018/12/8 | 

The 24th issue of “Journal of Urban Economics and Management”

According to Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA), the 24th issue of “Journal of Urban Economics and Management” has been published.
There are eight articles in the fall issue of this journal including:
1. Developing a Model to Measure Shopping Center Attractiveness in Tourism Regions (Case: Kish Island)
2. Credit Risk Assessment of Urban Cooperatives Using Neural Network Method
3. Effective Factors on the Difference between the Amount of Initial Estimation and the Cost of Construction Projects (Case: Shiraz Municipality)
4. The Effect of New Law on Traffic Violations on Deterrence and reducing Traffic Accidents and Violations (Case: City of Tehran)
5. An Analysis of Good Governance Role on Sustainable Tourism Revenues (Case: City of Masjed Seleyman)
6. Good Urban Governance in Urban Neighborhoods (Case: Marivan City)
7. Identification and Prioritization Factors Affecting the Domestic Tourist’s Behavior (Case: Isfahan)
8. The Role of Internal Organizational Factors in Implementing the Budgeting System Based on Performance: An Interpretative Structural Modeling Approach (Case: Tehran Municipality)
Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA), is the owner of Journal of Urban Economics and Management. Dr. Seyed Mohsen Tabatabaei Mozdabadi is managing director and Dr. Sadeghi Shahdani is editor-in-chief. 
“Journal of Urban Economics and Management” is indexed in Econlit affiliated with American Economic Association and Econbiz affiliated with German libraries. Econlit introduced “Journal of Urban Economics and Management” in its June 2015 issue as a top world 12 most reputable magazine.
For more information, please visit www.iuea.ir or www.iueam.ir.
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:: Dr. Hossein Mohammadpour Zarandi, the president of IUESA ::
 | Post date: 2018/11/27 | 

Human Resources Training Required For Successful Business


The emergence of commercial centers dates back to the ancient Greek and Roman times and they have always played a significant role in economic development of societies as the economic heart. Over the centuries, these centers have undergone many changes in terms of forms and function, so that in the present era, different functions have been adopted and accepted.
Commercial centers have shopping and consumption, as a form of leisure and recreation in common. Over time, it has become a place for community engagement and social and cultural interactions.
Public spaces are the where all kinds of social interactions are formed among different classes of society, interactions that, according to the scholars in this field, have led to the formation of social development, and they bring out the public from isolation and passivity towards the environment and others. Accordingly, the quality of public places in cities has a strong and effective role in shaping these interactions.
Today, in the world, we witness the growing trend of creating multipurpose spaces, and in our country, important steps have been taken around these spaces. The establishment of multipurpose sites in different parts of Tehran, as well as other metropolises such as Tabriz, Holy Mashhad, Isfahan and Shiraz, are among these efforts. These centers, which are mainly built by the private sector, have a great impact on the needs and daily needs of Iranian citizens through the availability of modern urban amenities.
In Iran, despite all the problems, such as cruel sanctions, declining rates of economic growth and foreign investment, and the devaluation of the national currency, the existence of malls due to the special taste of Iranians, the existence of strong communication infrastructures and the high level of urbanization in Iran, will certainly boost the growth of the modern retail industry in the coming years in Iran, and it will attract foreign representatives, attract tourists and develop the economy of the cities.
In fact, multipurpose public spaces not only increase the growth of domestic production, but also compete with authentic products, and it will increase the quality of domestic production in the long-term and their export opportunities.
In this regard, the existence of an efficient and expert work force is one of the basic prerequisites for this kind of management, which will not be achieved without specialized training-skills.
In the world, five top business universities include Harvard University, the London School of Business, the INSEAD French University, the University of MIT, and the University of Pennsylvania. Among the most prominent business college professors are Clayton Christiansen of Harvard University, Jeremy Siegel of the Wharton School of Business, Michaels Trigger of Carnegie Mellon University, Dana Moiré of the University of Michigan, Mills Shaver of the University of Minnesota.
The University of Beth, UK, focuses on the interaction between innovation, entrepreneurship and business development. The University of Utrecht, the Netherlands, focuses on the development of investments in products, product and service development, and entrepreneurship marketing, using methods such as collaborating with customers and design thinking. The University of Auckland, New Zealand, has a multidisciplinary development and management area, and its motto is to improve local and global productivity and sustainability through higher education, research and public participation.
It is worth noting, there are not enough higher education institutions in the field of business in Iran, especially in the field of training needed for multifunctional space management. In fact, higher education institutions, which have the latest and greatest educational facilities in the management of these spaces, are considered as one of the most important vacancy that has so far been overlooked.
It is hoped that the interaction between the government and the private sector as well as higher education institutions will provide additional support for the training and development of specialists in this field, which will encourage investors to invest in the country, protect Iranian goods and capital and not outflow foreign currency from the country. As a result, with the boom of the economy and the creation of the business environment, it will help the growing economy of the country.
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:: Dr. Hossein Mohammadpour Zarandi, the president of IUESA ::
 | Post date: 2018/10/31 | 

Attention to talents reduces brain drain

 
In fact, organizational talents, especially elite and talented young people, are critical resources that require management to achieve the best results. Today, organizations have realized that they need the best talent to succeed in the complex global economy as well as in a competitive business environment.
The development and growth of human resources in organizations, as the most important source of production is considered the secret of the survival of organizations. Furthermore, the most important business concern is not just technology; rather, more efficient intelligent human resources and prone human capital is the main secret to confront and deal with business dilemmas.
Attention to the organizational elites and planning them well for development, career paths, helping them to take advantage of the strengths and improve weaknesses, investing for their growth and development, and boosting their potential talent are of great importance.
Considering these issues is one of the most important factors in ensuring sustainable organizational success and hence the development of the country’s economy. Organizations need to benefit from talented and elitist young people in entrepreneurship, especially in knowledge-based industries, because the country’s development and employment will be enhanced.
Therefore, by directing them and presenting new solutions, the young elite in organizations must be identified in order to accelerate the economic transformation of their organization and the country. In fact, the tools of science and creativity and will play an effective role in the realization of the knowledge economy, and organizational managers, if they are considering the development of the country’s economy, should pay attention to the scientific solutions of their young elite and implement them.
In this regard, although the recruitment of elite, knowledgeable, talented and committed human resources is important, their maintenance is more important. Studies indicate that a significant percentage of companies and organizations do not succeed in keeping their talents.
Currently, the main problem for organizations is that the amount of demand for talent exceeds its supply, and organizations realize that in order to improve their competencies, they should think about identifying, developing and retaining their talented employees in order to avoid brain drain.
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