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Original Article Environmental policy and management
1. Environmental Restoration, an Ecological Approach to Enhance Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity in Urban Areas. Magnuson Park Seattle/Washington

Rick Gethro Macajoux

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2021, Pages 325-343

Abstract
  People’s life has been always determined by the importance of their basic needs. From time to time, the world has made significant progress in terms of infrastructure and technology, pathways to good living conditions. Urban areas house most of the world’s population, and there has been a ...  Read More

Original Article Family and social enterprise
2. Gender Differences in Market Participation Among Small Holder Sweet Potato Farmers in South East, Nigeria

Christiana Amala Okoye; Jude Anayochukwu Mbanasor; Benjamin Chukwuemeka Okoye

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2021, Pages 345-355

Abstract
  The study analyzed gender differences in market participation among small holder sweetpotato farmers in South East Nigeria.A stratified random sampling was used to select 360 respondents (180 male and 180 female) for the studyin 2016.Market participation Index (MPI) and logit model wereused to estimate ...  Read More

Original Article Farm Structures
3. Rainfall Variability, Foreign Aid and Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa

Toyin Ajibade; Jubril Olayinka Animashaun

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2021, Pages 357-370

Abstract
  In this study, we address a broad question that relates foreign development aid to economic growth in 41 Sub-Saharan African (SSA) countries employing panel data spanning a twenty-five-year period. The panel data was analysed using fixed effect Ordinary Least Square model. We explored the within-country ...  Read More

Original Article Farm Structures
4. Prioritizing the Determinants of Sour Lemon Marketing System Improvement Using Analytic Network Process (Case Study: Larestan County)

Ali Elmi; Hamid Reza Mirzaei Khalilabad; Elham Khajehpour; Mohammadreza Zare Mehrjerdi

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2021, Pages 371-380

Abstract
  Crop marketing has an important role in accomplishing goals such as agricultural development, production increase, and enhancement of farmers’ income in developing countries. Citrus production, especially sour lemon, is one of the most important productions in Larestan County, Fars province in ...  Read More

Original Article
5. Dimensions of Corporate Social Responsibility in Rural Cooperatives

Kamal Rostami; Laleh Salehi

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2021, Pages 381-393

Abstract
  In recent decades, unsustainable human activities have had devastating and irreversible effects on environmental, social, and even economic sustainability; thereby leaving countries and governments with many problems, including migration, marginalization, increasing poverty, and class disparities. It ...  Read More

Original Article Education and training
6. The Effect of Sustainability Orientation and Prior Sustainability Knowledge on Agriculture Students’ Sustainable Entrepreneurial Intentions

Saeid Karimi; Fatemeh Sepahvand

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2021, Pages 395-412

Abstract
  The purpose of the present study was to examine an extended theory of planned behaviour (TPB) model within the domain of sustainable entrepreneurship and identified the most important factors impacting on sustainable entrepreneurial intentions in sustainable entrepreneurship. In particular, the study ...  Read More

Original Article Farm Management
7. Analysis of the Structure and Savings of the Potato Production Scale Using the Translog Cost Function (Ardabil County)

Jalal Kheirkhah Moghadam; Abolfazl Mahmoodi; GholamReza Yavari; Amin Delavar

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2021

Abstract
  The present study aimed at investigating the production costs and economic benefits of the potato production in Ardabil country, Iran. To do so, 183 potato producers were randomly selected and were asked to present their ideas concerning the production costs and benefits through a questionnaire and an ...  Read More

Original Article Family and social enterprise
8. Job Burnout Role on the Occupational Performance of Experts in Jihad Agriculture Organization of Mazandaran Province, Iran

Samaneh Soleimani; Mehdi Charmchian Langerodi

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2021, Pages 429-441

Abstract
  Occupational performance serves as one of the most influential components in organizations incorporating an important part of organizational studies. One of the factors that is expected to lead performance in contravention of the organization's goals is the problem of job burnout. Therefore, the aim ...  Read More

Original Article Education and training
9. Academic Burnout and Achievement among Agricultural Students

Abdolvahed Kaabi; Nematollah Shiri; Kurosh Roosta

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2021, Pages 443-453

Abstract
  The aim of this study was to examine the effect of academic burnout components on academic achievement among agricultural students at Ramin Agriculture and Natural Resources University (RANRU), Khuzestan province, Iran. The statistical population consisted of all senior agricultural students at RANRU ...  Read More