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1- PhD student, Geography faculty- Tehran university
2- associate professor of geography and rural planning, geography faculty, tehran university , hfaraji@ut.ac.ir
3- assistant professor of geography and rural planning, Geography faculty- Tehran university
4- associate professor of geography and rural planning, geography faculty, tehran university
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Sustainable development of entrepreneurship facilitates human well-being and the environment. Achieving this goal requires recognizing the factors affecting the formation of entrepreneurial opportunities in each region. Therefore, the present study was conducted for this purpose in a descriptive-analytical survey and the data were collected through documentary and field studies. The number of experts was 52 who were purposefully sampled using the snowball method. 4 indicators and 28 items were designed using Likert scale and were provided to 439 people (387 villagers and 52 experts). These 387 people were selected through Cochranchr('39')s formula and from the statistical population of 215104 people. Descriptive statistics (mean, standard deviation) and inferential statistics (one-sample t-test, one-way analysis of variance) and translog and transcendental production functions according to the research variables were used to analyze the information. The results of t-test of one sample of the test are significant for all the studied indicators at a level of confidence above 95% and considering that the difference in the observed mean value is assumed to be positive (3.1), so statistically we can say that the villagers The effectiveness of these indicators is positive. Also, according to the evaluation statistics of multiple determination coefficient and adjusted coefficient of determination, the transcendental model has a better evaluation of the factors explaining entrepreneurial opportunities and the main fields of entrepreneurship. The results of the analysis of the transcendental model show that among the relevant indicators and items; Government subsidies, government investment, government facilities, product insurance and education are the most important factors influencing the formation of entrepreneurial opportunities and handicrafts, home-based jobs, oil and gas, medicinal plants and dates, respectively, the most important areas for creating and Entrepreneurship development. The final results show that the region has much potential for natural, economic and industrial entrepreneurship and serious attention to entrepreneurship is a necessity for government investment.
Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: Geography and Rural Planning
Received: 2020/10/18 | Accepted: 2021/01/31

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