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1. Examining Subsidy Polices on Maize Production in Iran (Panel Data approach)

Negin Hosseingholizadeh; Jafar Haghighat; Rassul Mohammadrezaei

Volume 4, Issue 3 , September 2014, Pages 171-182

  Among the agricultural important factors, inputs are the most significant in agricultural production. This article aimed to examine the impact of government subsidy policies on production of one of the most strategic products, namely on production of one of the most strategic products, namely maize, ...  Read More

2. Analysis of Marketing Strategies in Dairy Processing Industries in Hamedan Province

Atena Eftekhari; Vali Borimnejad

Volume 4, Issue 3 , September 2014, Pages 183-191

  As the conditions in the market and in the world of work and commerce gets more complicated, this requires cor-rection, improvement and also updating marketing attitude among manufacturers and marketers. It is an urgent requirement to choose and determine strategies in order to achieve the objectives. ...  Read More

3. Investigation of Socio-Economic and Environmental Effects of Taleghan Dam Using Structural Equation Modeling

Vali Borimnejad; Fatemeh Salimian

Volume 4, Issue 3 , September 2014, Pages 193-202

  Today water supply issue in large cities seems to be a big problem. This becomes more important with population growth and urbanization extension. To cope with this problem lots of irrigation and drainage projects have been implemented and operated that subsequently many socio- economic and cultural ...  Read More

4. Comparative Advantage, Self-sufficiency and Food Security in Iran: Case Study of Wheat Commodity

Mahmood Haji-Rahimi

Volume 4, Issue 3 , September 2014, Pages 203-210

  Food security has a dynamic notion during the time and may be affected by various domestic and global factors.Nevertheless, Iranian policy makers consider food security as same as self-sufficiency in agricultural food products, particularly wheat production. However, self-sufficiency can contribute to ...  Read More

5. Comparative –Analytical Study of Economic Productivity of Water between Smallholding and Rural Production Cooperative Utilization System

Mohammad Reza Bakhshi; Behnaz Nejati; Mofid Shateri

Volume 4, Issue 3 , September 2014, Pages 211-218

  In recent years, farming section of South Khorasan Province faces different limitations such as increasing shortage of water resources and continuous reduction of weather showers.Considering consecutive droughts and water crisis in agricultural plain of the province, it is necessary to use water resources ...  Read More

6. Sustainability Test of Iran’s Agricultural Balance Trade

Mohsen Salehi Komroudi; Esmaeil Pishbahar; Hossein Raheli

Volume 4, Issue 3 , September 2014, Pages 219-226

  From the perspective of new growth models and new international trade theories, both exports and imports play an important role in a dynamic economy. Economically, we cannot merely emphasize on a positive trade balance and we ignore the benefits of imports, and also we cannot advise negative trade balance. ...  Read More

7. Investigating Effect of Development of Agricutural,Industrial, Service and Oil Revenue to ICOR of Agricultural Sector

Zakiyeh Sadeghi; Mojtaba Nikzad; Mojtaba Bagheri Todsheki

Volume 4, Issue 3 , September 2014, Pages 227-235

  In this study, considering the importance of incremental capital output ratio (ICOR) in agriculture Investment capital and self-sufficiency in this sector in order to grow and being influenced by the past and previous relationships strong agricultural sector productivity growth in other sectors of the ...  Read More

8. Investigating the Effects of Financial Repression on Private Investment in Agriculture Sector

Abdolmajid Jalaee; Sima Shafei; Mina Javadinia

Volume 4, Issue 3 , September 2014, Pages 237-246

  One of the present phenomena that virtually explain weaknesses in financial systems of different countries is financial repression. Financial repression encompasses the different interferences of governments in financial markets through determining the ceiling interest on bank deposits, high rates of ...  Read More