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        1 - Compiling factors, criteria and indicators for university incubator quality evaluation
        elham ruhbakhsh hassanreza zeinabadi
        There   is   a  opinion  that universities are driving economic development through technology transfer. Establishment and expansion of business Incubator, Countless discussions about their performance and their usefulness as a means of encouraging the creation of new b Full Text
        There   is   a  opinion  that universities are driving economic development through technology transfer. Establishment and expansion of business Incubator, Countless discussions about their performance and their usefulness as a means of encouraging the creation of new businesses and jobs, the development of local  and regional economies, the production of personal and social wealth among the proponents And the opposition has launched [1]. Considering the growth, significance and impact of university incubators economic development through the establishment of the relationship between university and industry, the main goal of the present study is to develop factors, criteria and indicators used in evaluating the quality of the university incubators. This research was conducted using survey method and interview tools. Thus, with 15 experts and connoisseurs in the field of university incubators   and   assessment  were interviewed. Also, the articles and researches that were done in developing the evaluation indexes of the centers of growth were used to complete this research. The  interview  data  were analyzed using open, axial and selective coding  methodology. The research findings are categorized into 9 factors. Each  factor consists of a number of criteria, of which  a  total  of  32  criteria were created, and each of  these criteria included a number of markers, with a total of  237 markers extracted. This study was tried due to internal and external research done In  the field of evaluation and Compiling   of   evaluation criteria, Composition is compiled Which is more comprehensive. Manuscript Document
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        2 - World-Class University: An exploration of Concepts, Approaches and Strategies
        Mohammad Farzaneh hassanreza zeinabadi abdolrahim nave ebrahim bijan abdollahi
        Raising the educational and academic status and ranking of universities to that of internationally accepted world-class universities has become the goal of many university higher administrators around the globe in recent years. This trend has been made possible and acce Full Text
        Raising the educational and academic status and ranking of universities to that of internationally accepted world-class universities has become the goal of many university higher administrators around the globe in recent years. This trend has been made possible and accelerated by rapid global economic growth and development. World-class universities, are essential in developing a nation’s competitiveness in the global knowledge economy. These universities, at the pinnacle of the higher education hierarchy, play key roles in creating and disseminating knowledge, educating a highly skilled workforce, and serving the needs of society. This paper tries to take advantage of the existing literature in the field of World-Class University, and with do a review of the literature the introduce the concept of World-Class University and strategies towards the building world-class universities. The results indicated that in recent years The concept of the world-class university has become a concept much invoked by governments and also by universities themselves in many countries and is an idea now firmly embedded in the higher education policies and strategies of a range of nations. Various developmental strategies at national and institutional levels have been drawn up and implemented. Clearly the worldwide market for students and the ceaseless search for research funding and prestige are crucial elements in this fascination with the idea of a world-class university, as well as the desire of governments for universities to contribute to their national economies. Despite or maybe because of the lack of a clear definition of the concept,  the ‘world-class’ notion  has become everyday language in many universities. This paper tries to take advantage of the existing literature in the field of World-Class University, and with do a review of the literature the introduce the concept of World-Class University and strategies towards the building world-class universities.   Manuscript Document