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Design and validation is a model for successful implementation of environmental policy in Iran
Behruz Mamivand, Zainolabedin Amini sabeq , Ehsan Sadeh, Mohamadreza Khalaj
Department of Management, Faculty of Humanities, Saveh Branch, Islamic Azad University, Saveh, Iran
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The purpose of this research is to design and validate a model for implementation of environmental policy in Iran, which qualitative section with the help of methodology, the foundation or grounded theory of the researcher conducted in-depth interviews with 22 elites, managers and environmentalists in the country. The results based on the coding trials showed that out of 135 corresponding concepts, 26 subcategories were extracted that have a conceptual relationship with each other. In the axial coding step, all 11 subcategories were extracted from the axial categories, which were further abstracted These categories at the selective coding stage, a nuclear category, are described as "a successful implementation of environmental policy based on fictitious formulation based on the institutional and value-added alignment and coordination in which the development of environmental knowledge with the green management strategy and effective laws promote the development of a culture of life An environment becomes "that can be all over Cover other vlat. In the quantitative part that the extraction model is validated, the results of the constraining of the structural equation show that all of the extracted qualitative components have a direct and significant effect on the successful implementation of the country's environmental policy.
Keywords: policy, successful implementation of its policy, environmental policies, environmental policies.
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Received: 2018/05/3 | Accepted: 2018/07/5 | Published: 2018/05/15
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mamivand B, amini sabeq Z, sadeh E, khalaj M. Design and validation is a model for successful implementation of environmental policy in Iran. scds. 2018; 6 (4) :139-164
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