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Administration Divisions role in national development Case: Iran. MJSP. 2011; 15 (2) :17-39
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Space management and administrative organization based on administration divisions formed. Administration division of land into smaller administrative units and administrative systems is the relative authority. The regional divisions and local governments in the form of ranges that political units are planning identify development. Thus a close relationship between administration divisions and national development there. Administration Divisions of population density index was based on the inductive method has been consistent. This caused the Space into smaller components, increasing staff and great government is the government structure. The result of this type of administration divisions, public budget divisions of government. This study analyzed the role of administrative divisions in national development. This type of administration divisions caused by the smaller units. As a result of the current administration divisions obstacle is the national development. Accordingly, a history of divisions and subdivision practices criteria that country was built upon it and its consequences have been analyzed. Finally, by providing two methods for improving Iran's administration divisions include: first - the rating levels and divisions in the city and the second part - using methods comparable to some macro-regional division of the country, trying to exit out of this process is. This study descriptive - analytical study library - documentation system according to the administration division issues in trying to dissect the role of divisions in national development is Iran.
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Received: 2008/11/1 | Accepted: 2009/10/4 | Published: 2011/10/12

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