The book “Financing Entrepreneurship” was published by Mohsen Al-Muta’i (a faculty member at Allameh Tabatabai University).
According to Mokhber, this book was published by the Institute of Jihad at the University of Tehran.
The introduction to entrepreneurship finance states: “One of the main obstacles to the formation of entrepreneurship is the lack of credit, adequate financial resources, financial needs, advisory services, legal issues related to financial contracts, etc., and that financial methods address this problem. The problem is that in order to Studying project finance, one should pay attention to the financial issues that are debatable at both the micro and macro levels.
At the micro level, financial theories govern the decisions of firms, firms or entrepreneurs regarding resource allocation, capital formation, liquidity, profit and loss, payment of taxes, type of partnership, property rights and, at the macro level, financial issues. Controls macro policies. Promote policies or entrepreneurship and support new businesses.
In the first chapter of the book, entitled “The Role of Government and the Philosophy of Fiscal Policy,” it says:
Government interference in affairs has always been an important and controversial issue. In a partial classification of this issue, it can be said that minimum government interference and maximum government interference are desirable. From a liberal point of view, there is a minimalist viewpoint, and from a socialist viewpoint, there is an extreme view of government. Adam believes in non-interference in the market, and says that the invisible hand balances the market accordingly and operates according to the forces of supply and demand for this invisible hand. It should be noted that this belief is rooted in the teachings of Smith, the father of economics. Influenced by religious teachings, they believe that creation is voluntary, and this part of it returns to balance if there is an imbalance, while market forces contribute to complexity, so there is no need for government intervention in the market.
This collection is divided into 3 sections and 20 chapters on the role of government and monetary policy philosophy, financial theories, project financing, general methods of business financing, bank financing, equity financing, foreign investment, technology transfer, etc. is set. Stock exchanges, Islamic transactions dealing with finance, venture capital, personal finance, crowdfunding, bricolage, trading angels, market technology, science and technology parks, growth and acceleration centers.
The Jihad Organization of Tehran University has issued the book “Financial Entrepreneurship” in 301 pages, the paper version of 80 thousand tomans, and the electronic version of 40 thousand tomans.
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