عنوان مقاله [English]
Today, the development of endowment capacities through investment in knowledge-based and innovative businesses has become a new and effective strategy in the field of entrepreneurship, job creation and increasing the productivity of endowments. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to investigate the role of endowment investment in knowledge-based businesses and its impact on sustainable employment in order to provide a model. The research method in terms of purpose is of the type of applied research. Also, according to the research method, the present study is a mixed type (quantitative and qualitative). The statistical population in the qualitative section of the research is experts, specialists and pundits in various fields of management sciences, jurisprudence and Islamic economics and experts of the Endowment and Charity Organization in 1398 and 1399 in the country. The sampling method is purposeful and accessible. The statistical population will be in a small part to select the subjects by multi-stage cluster sampling method. The number of experts for polling in the Delphi method will be at least 20 experts, which will be done by purposeful sampling. The data collection method will be library and field using tools such as questionnaires and interviews with emphasis on the Delphi method. The technique of information analysis and modeling in this study will be Demitel, which has been used to identify the causal relationships between indicators in the subject of endowment investment in the fields of knowledge-based businesses and the production of a tangible structural model. Findings of this study showed that among the factors affecting investment and sustainable employment, managerial factors are more important. Then there are the political factors that are relevant to the underlying factors; It is more effective and consequently investing in knowledge-based businesses has a relative effect on the development of sustainable employment.
Keywords: Endowment investment, knowledge-based economy, sustainable employment