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Geoeconomic
Tourism Marketing Development Planning by Supply and demand Analytic Approach, Case Study; Mahallat City

eisa ebrahimzadeh

Volume 4, Issue 7 , April 2013, , Pages 57-72

Abstract
  successful tourism planning requires marketing. This process has many components and elements; Supply and demand are the most important components. Understanding the absolute and relative importance of supply and demand in tourism marketing process can provide the conceptual framework for understanding ...  Read More

Geoeconomic
Spatial Analysis on Mashhad’s House Price By Geographically Weighted Regression

Mohammad Mohsen Razavi

Volume 4, Issue 7 , April 2013, , Pages 73-84

Abstract
  House price which have very important effect on the Social and economic welfare of the city And the various factors have affect on it, is The most fundamental variable in housing sector. Therefore, this study analyzed the spatial distribution of housing prices in the city of Mashhad and its Affecting ...  Read More

Geoeconomic
Evaluation of the potential villages Ardakan in order to use solar energy using GIS
Volume 3, Issue 6 , October 2012, , Pages 9-18

Abstract
  In recent decades due to growing prices of fossil fuels and environmental pollution as a result of increased energy demand in renewable energy research and study has been considered by researchers. Resource constraints and environmental investments in the electricity sector, including key issues that ...  Read More

Geoeconomic
Analysis of regional disparities, with social justice approach (Case study: Golestan province)
Volume 3, Issue 5 , April 2012, , Pages 89-104

Abstract
  Intense focus and balance of features including Third World countries is, Areas so that it may also provide for the division and disintegration of states. Recognizing inequalities and imbalances within the geographical boundaries of the (country, province, city), Discover the differences and differences, ...  Read More

Geoeconomic
Study of Condition and Challenges of Agricultural Section in Sohrein of Zanjan Province (Zanjan Province)

َAeizh Azmi

Volume 2, Issue 4 , October 2011, , Pages 0-0

Abstract
  Agricultural section has effect on many people and development or undevelopment of agriculture have important role in agricultural life.Therefore most Scientifics and investigators like study on agriculture and its effects on farmers. This paper aim is study of challenges against agricultural section ...  Read More

Geoeconomic
The Economical Effect of Trade Tourism on Urban Areas; case study: Baneh City

Ali Hajineszhad; Ali Ahmady

Volume 1, Issue 2 , February 2010, , Pages 7-22

Abstract
  Cities in their evolution process are continuously impacted by their functions in a direct way and as a result of such impacts some changes are created in terms of spatial, economic, and socio-cultural aspects. Tourism is one of the main functions of the cities which have a noticeable impact on urban ...  Read More

Geoeconomic
Spatial Analysis Regional Inequality In of East Azerbaijan

Rahim Sarvar; Mirnajaf Mousavi; Omid Mobaraki

Volume 1, Issue 2 , February 2010, , Pages 33-41

Abstract
  The quality of development and its infrastructure affected by proviso undesirable and centralized planning’s having caused fundamental problem in the process of regional development. Various aspect and structural intricacy of this subject is one the basic barriers in providing the distribution ...  Read More

Geoeconomic
Investigation and Analysis of Space Inequalities from Regional Planning View

Nafiseh Marsousi; Hasan Hekmatnia; Mohammad Reza Pourmohammadi; Hosein Nazmfar

Volume 1, Issue 2 , February 2010, , Pages 42-50

Abstract
  The existence of a well-organized, rational, and functional hierarchy system in a geographical space has an important role in the appropriate function of the cities and residencies and also in the connection of the urban network with the rural residency network. Regarding the rupture and in coherence ...  Read More