Introduction: The rapidly changing world, necessitates new demands which forces the governments to change the game in terms of policies to support entrepreneurs to fasten the development of new technologies in response to the needs. The success rates of the policies are monitored and reported by GEM. Iran’s entrepreneurship development indicators have a downward trend in recent years. This study is conducted to analyze the content of Iran's entrepreneurship development policies to uncover the weaknesses for policymaker.
Quantitative and qualitative content analysis of Iran’s entrepreneurship development policies (2016) is the focus of our criticism; using the basic theory of the global alphabet model of entrepreneurship as our target. The data is analyzed by Max QDA 2020 software.
The regulatory policies in Iran's entrepreneurship development document are not consistent with the global alphabet model of entrepreneurship quantitatively and qualitatively. The most attention has been paid to behavior instead of perception and attitude and no policy has been formulated in the field of entrepreneurial intention, innovation for production of goods and qualified services.
Conclusion: There is an asymmetry in dealing with entrepreneurial ecosystem which is probably one of the most important causes of our failure and breakdown.