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The Relationship between Organizational Values and Propensity to Export in Industrial Town of Sanandaj (No.2)

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This research investigates the relationship between organizational values and propensity. In the manufacturing Firms of Sanandaj the statistical population includes (No.2). Among these 1142 Cases were Chosen in this research, due to the nature of the research subject and Statistical population. Random Stratified Sampling was used and, based on Cochran formula 287 cases completed the questionnaire the research is descriptive correlational data was gathered by a verified questionnaire which a-Chronbach in the questionnaire included organizational value variable (a=/082).and in the questionnaire , the export propensity was /0 84 the regression analysis result show the control variable (export propensity), is affected at, first , from the variable of the values related to the quality and the consumers. This variable determine 30% of the variance of expert propensity among the studied population then , the control is affected variable from external social value variable this variable determine 29% of the export propensity variance among the studied population then , the control variable from external social value variable this variable determine 29% of the export propensity variance among the studied population. The third effective variable on export propensity is economic – Supportive Values Variables. This variable determined %27 of the export propensity variance among the studied population.

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Periodical:
International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 54)
Pages:
144-149
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S. A. Nasser and F. Ahmad, "The Relationship between Organizational Values and Propensity to Export in Industrial Town of Sanandaj (No.2)", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 54, pp. 144-149, 2015
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Jun 2015
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