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Erfannia A, Khairandish M, Karshenasan A, Mohammadi Khyareh M. Identifying and Prioritizing Barriers to Entrepreneurship Development in Cattle Dairy Industry in Southern Khorasan Province. jea. 2019; 6 (11) :11-25
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Gonbad Kavous University
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Evidence and previous research results indicate that many barriers have affected the success of entrepreneurs in dairy industry. The main objective of this paper is to identify and prioritize the barriers to entrepreneurship development in dairy farming in southern Khorasan province. The statistical population of this study, in the Delphi method, was knowledgeable experts, among whom 15 experts were selected by snowball sampling method and the determined
factors were prioritized by Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP). The results showed that among the barriers to entrepreneurship in the dairy farming sector, the highest priority was given to market barriers with an importance of 0.333, legal barriers with a significance of 0.196, second priority and psychological barriers with an importance of 0.150 priority third. And "financial barriers", "barriers caused by inappropriate government interventions", "educational and
educational barriers", and "management-information barriers" are other barriers to
entrepreneurship development in the dairy industry of southern Khorasan province. In general, the results indicate the importance and necessity of policymakers to eliminate the barriers of entrepreneurship towards the development of entrepreneurship in dairy cattle industry in South Khorasan province.
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: اقتصاد کشاورزی
Received: 2019/04/23 | Accepted: 2019/07/16 | Published: 2019/10/6

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