1. Factors Affecting Planned Human Resource Development in the Iranian Social Security Organization’s Hospitals

S. Jamaledin Tabibi; Sudabe Vatankhah; Amir Ashkan Nasiripour; Shaghayegh Vahdat; Somayeh Hessam

Volume 1, Issue 2 , Spring 2011, Pages 47-52

Abstract
  Planned Human Resource Development is critical to educating a skilled and efficient workforce. The present study aimed at identifying the main factors of planned human resource development in Iranian Social Security Organization Hospitals. The study is done through analysis of a questionnaire designed ...  Read More

2. A Study of Factors Influencing High School Students’ Quality of Life

Kamran Mohamadkhani; Alireza Ghasemizad; Mohammadreza Kazemi

Volume 1, Issue 2 , Spring 2011, Pages 53-58

Abstract
  The present study aims at recognizing and analyzing the relationship among variables such as stress, social capital, self esteem and the locus of control that affect the high school students’ quality of life in Fars province, Iran. To this end 224 high school students form Shiraz, Kazerun, and ...  Read More

3. Comparing Earnings Management in Germany and the USA

Taufiq Arifin; Indra Wijaya Kusuma

Volume 1, Issue 2 , Spring 2011, Pages 59-68

Abstract
  This study presents empirical evidence concerning the effect of different accounting standard on earnings management. Prior studies have shown that accounting standards influence earnings management. Tighter accounting standards regime restricts management’s descretion to manipulate accruals, and ...  Read More

4. Fuzzy Risk Analysis Model for E-tourism Investment

Zeinab Jowkar; Reza Samizadeh

Volume 1, Issue 2 , Spring 2011, Pages 69-76

Abstract
  This paper provides a Fuzzy based decision support system (DSS) for risk analysis in E-tourism ( Electronic Tourism ) investment. In general term, E-tourism is the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in tourism which may allow operating tourism in least variable cost, least time and ...  Read More

5. Dynamic Modeling of Economic System in Iran

Mahdi Alvani; Golam Reza Memarzadeh; Mohammad Ali Afshar; Fahimeh Aghajani

Volume 1, Issue 2 , Spring 2011, Pages 77-84

Abstract
  The long term goal attaining of economic system management requires the establishment of a dynamic framework to integrate multiple perspectives. This article considers the problem of economic development in macro level. As economic systems are complex adaptive systems composed of numerous numbers of ...  Read More

6. The Legal Issues of Electronic Contracts in Australia

Farisa Tasneem

Volume 1, Issue 2 , Spring 2011, Pages 85-92

Abstract
  The internet has transformed the manner of conducting commercial transactions and has created regulatory gaps. These regulatory gaps may impact the effective development of electronic commerce. Attempts are being made to regulate electronic contracts both at the national and international level. The ...  Read More

7. Comparing Impact of Administrative Corruption on Economic Growth in Developing Countries

Mehdi Taghavi; Hashem Nikoomaram; Sedigheh Tootian

Volume 1, Issue 2 , Spring 2011, Pages 93-98

Abstract
  In the initial models of economic growth, economic factors entered in to models but in the following models, non-economic factors entered in to models. Many broad studies were done on this subject by the economists, and already considerable results were obtained. Subjects such as corruption in the administrative ...  Read More