[Home ]   [ فارسی ]  
:: Home About Association News Archive Charter of Association Registration Contact Search ::
Main Menu
Home Page::
About Association::
International Cooperation::
Treasure::
Membership::
Useful Links::
Contact us::
Site Facilities::
International Competition::
::
Journal
AWT IMAGE
..
Search in website

Advanced Search
..
Receive site information
Enter your Email in the following box to receive the site news and information.
..
:: The future of the housing market depends on supporting production units ::
 | Post date: 2021/09/18 | 
The future of the housing market depends on supporting production units / preventing re-inflation in the housing sector with the prosperity of home businesses Regarding the future of the housing market in the country, the representative of the 11th parliament said: "If production units are not supported, they can increase the prices of production institutions and increase the cost of housing."
Dr. Ghaderi is a member of the Scientific Association of Urban Economics of Iran and a representative of the people of Shiraz In the 11th Islamic Consultative Assembly About the future of the housing market and the plan to build one million homes a year Proposed by the President, said: In fact, this plan is a plan by The Islamic Consultative Assembly has approved a draft law on the leap in housing productionIt is true that it was also part of the president's plan But the legal basis of this plan is in the Islamic Consultative Assembly Which has recently been approved by the Guardian Council and notified to the government.
He added: "Naturally, the premise of the implementation of this plan is that the government provides the necessary fields for this amount of housing from the fields of national resources, fields related to government agencies, fields related to individuals, worn-out structures and any other possibility that There, supply.
Representative of the 11th term of the Islamic Consultative Assembly and member of the Scientific Association of Urban Economics of Iran He further clarified: the necessary coordination should be done with agencies such as municipalities in order to issue the necessary licenses in a timely manner And third, service providers such as the Ministry of Energy to supply water and electricity and the Ministry of Oil to supply gas and the Ministry of Roads And urban development to provide infrastructure and infrastructure to be fully available.
He stressed: The fourth item, which is much more important than the previous ones, is the coordination with the banking system system to provide facilities and financial resources, which should be provided to the manufacturers. 

As well as companies that work for such great works, It is necessary to create existing structures and employ companies that have the necessary qualifications to implement large and mass housing projects, and also the government should help to activate the production units supplying materials in the country and supply the required materials and the appropriate structure in the country. To take.
The representative of the Islamic Consultative Assembly pointed out that the councils and organizations mentioned in the parliament should be set up and activated quickly, and specified: national and provincial coordination should be done in the country and also the required manpower should be trained if necessary. And if we have the required manpower in the country, they should be organized and equipped, and in the same way, administrative coordination and some legal gaps that may occur in the implementation should be filled, along with the preparations that this housing should not become a capital good. And do not cause housing hoarding and try to collect taxes and duties from empty houses and unused houses so that all houses can be used. And the required regulations, instructions and frameworks regarding saving water, electricity, gas, etc. should be provided.
Ghaderi, in response to the question that the country is currently under global sanctions and some infrastructures such as the supply of materials are in short supply, is it possible to build one million houses a year or not and what is the plan of the parliament and the government to implement this plan? "As mentioned in the previous section, mass-produced production units should address the issues and issues that prevent the rapid implementation of this project as soon as possible and help them to be able to supply the required materials when demand increases," they said. If this happens, it will be a reason for the scarcity or increase in the price of consumer goods. Due to the supply constraints that exist, if the production units are not supported, it can increase the price of production institutions and increase the cost of housing He added: "The government should help to use the bank resources, the National Development Fund, as well as the capacity of various agencies, and until the problems and difficulties are not resolved, it is natural that it can affect the cost of housing and cause problems." Create.
Dr. Ghaderi, in response to how many jobs will be created in the process of building one million houses, emphasized: The housing sector is one of the sectors that has a lot of connections and background, and the activation of the housing sector can make good changes in the economy. Provide construction materials as well as labor sectors, construction sectors and technical sectors, etc. are activated
Also, the labor sections, construction sections, technical sections, etc. are activated, and after these units are activated, naturally, other jobs are also activated with the activities of these collections. It seems that in addition to the activation of the housing sector, other sectors should also be activated.
He went on to point out that the non-timely payment of installments of houses owned by their owners is a problem that can cause inflation. Come back and let these businesses prosper, just as creating home-based businesses in the same homes that belong to the owners can help pay the installments of the acquired houses on time so as not to exacerbate inflation in the country and resources can be provided in a timely manner. Return to the country's banking system.
View: 9 Time(s)   |   Print: 2 Time(s)   |   Email: 0 Time(s)   |   0 Comment(s)
::
:: The 27th issue of “Journal of Urban Economics and Management” ::
 | Post date: 2019/09/30 | 

The 27th issue of “Journal of Urban Economics and Management”

 
According to Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA), the 27th issue of “Journal of Urban Economics and Management” has been published.
 
There are eight articles in the summer issue of this journal including :

1-A Study of the Challenges of Urban Management System in New Iranian Cities
2-The Influence of Access-Based Indices on House Prices (Case: Tehran District 6)
3-An Analysis of Effective Economic Factors on Urban Livability (Case: Tabriz Metropolis)
4-Ranking Challenges Facing Construction Investors in Vanished Texture of Kerman
5-Identification and Analysis of Effective Factors on the Economic, Social, and Physical Dimensions of Quality Of Life in Urban Neighborhood (Case: Tehran Municipality District 7)
6-Identifying and Classifying the Causes of Delay in Construction Projects (Case: City of Sirjan)
7-Designing a Network Governance Model in Tehran Municipality
8-Designing Human Resources Performance Management System to Improve Economic Productivity (Case: Ayandeh Bank)

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.
View: 1841 Time(s)   |   Print: 241 Time(s)   |   Email: 0 Time(s)   |   0 Comment(s)
::
:: The 26th issue of “Journal of Urban Economics and Management” ::
 | Post date: 2019/05/22 | 

The 26th issue of “Journal of Urban Economics and Management”


According to Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA), the 26th issue of “Journal of Urban Economics and Management” has been published.

There are eight articles in the spring issue of this journal including:
  1. An Evaluation of Large-Scale Commercial Buildings Architectural Space Indicators with an Approach to Urban Threats and Risks
  2. The Study of Determinants of Rent Housing in Ilam City Based on Hedonic Spatial Econometrics
  3. Optimization of Urban Budget Allocation Based on Spatial Justice Indicators (Case: Mashhad Metropolis
  4. The Effect of Individual Knowledge Management on Organizational Performance of Tehran Municipality
  5. An Analysis of Urban Sprawl Using Factor Analysis Technique (Case: Qazvin City Districts)
  6. On-Grid Simulation of Distributed Generation (DG) of Renewable Electricity in Urban Lighting in the Context of Sustainable Urban Management (Case: Mashhad)
  7. Developing a Model to Improve Business Environment in Tehran
  8. Economic and Environmental Factors Determining the Amount of Carbon Dioxide Emissions in the MENA Countries
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.

 
View: 2280 Time(s)   |   Print: 270 Time(s)   |   Email: 0 Time(s)   |   0 Comment(s)
::
:: 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.
View: 2681 Time(s)   |   Print: 321 Time(s)   |   Email: 0 Time(s)   |   0 Comment(s)
::
:: 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.
View: 2379 Time(s)   |   Print: 307 Time(s)   |   Email: 0 Time(s)   |   0 Comment(s)
::
:: Other articles: ::
:: The 24th issue of “Journal of Urban Economics and Management” - -
:: Dr. Hossein Mohammadpour Zarandi, the president of IUESA - -
:: Dr. Hossein Mohammadpour Zarandi, the president of IUESA - -
:: Seyed Mohsen Tabatabaei Mozdabadi, Secretary General of Iran Urban Economics scientific Association (IUESA): - -
:: Executive Board - -
:: MoU to develop cooperation - -
:: Dr. Pourzarandi, president of Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA) in the meeting on “tourism; shortcut of economic development” - -
:: IUESA Said.: - -
:: Dr. Hossein Mohammadpour Zarandi, president of Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA): - -
:: Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association: - -
:: Dr. Mahdi Sadeghi Shahdani, vice-chair of the second international conference on urban economy: - -
:: General Annual Forum of IUESA - -
:: Chair of the Economic Committee of Parliament: - -
:: 4th meeting of B.D. of IUESA in 2017 - -
:: Dr. Pourzarandi, chair of the international conference on urban economy: - -
:: With 8 scientific articles - -
:: Dr. Mohammad Hosseinpour Zarandi, the president of IUESA: - -
:: Mass migration to future cities - -
:: A glance to new achievements of urban economy - -
:: Dr. Pourzarandi, President of Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA) - -
:: Dr. Pourzarandi, the president of Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA): - -
:: Dr. Pourzarandi, President of Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA) - -
:: Dr. Pourzarandi, the president of Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA): - -
:: Tabatabaei Mozdabadi: - -
:: Meeting of IUESA - -
:: The president of Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA) - -
:: The president of IUESA said - -
:: The secretary of Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association said - -
:: The president of Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA): - -
:: For the third consecutive year - -
:: The 16th issue of the Quarterly Journal of ‘Urban Economics and Management” - -
:: The 10th meeting of B.D. of IUESA was held - -
:: The results of new study - -
:: Dean of the faculty of Economics and Islamic Studies of Imam Sadiq University announced - -
:: B.D. of IUESA stated - -
:: Necessity to pay attention to urbanization model in Islamic-Iranian culture - -
:: The president of IUESA said - -
:: It was proposed in IUESA meeting - -
:: Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA) reports about a global challenge - -
:: It was held with presence of members - -
:: The president of IUESA said - -
:: IUESA has published - -
:: IUESA in the 22nd Press Exhibition - -
:: The 22nd Press Exhibition - -
:: In an interview with IUESA: - -
:: How a city develops? - -
:: The president of IUESA warned - -
:: A step toward smart city - -
:: EconLit indexed the Scientific-Research Quarterly journal of Urban Economics and Management - -
انجمن علمی اقتصاد شهری ایران
Persian site map - English site map - Created in 0.04 seconds with 65 queries by YEKTAWEB 4331