Resistive Economy and Security with Emphasizing On Job Creating and Its Role in Sustainable Social and Economic Development with a Viewpoint toward Development of Technical and Vocational Education (Case study: South Khorasan Province, Iran)

Document Type : Original Article


1 Department of Agricultural Extension and Education, Islamic Azad University Birjand Branch, Birjand, Iran.

2 Agricultural Extension and Education


Resistive economy is a way to circumvent sanctions against a country or region experiencing sanctions. This can involve increasing resilience by substituting local inputs for imported inputs, the smuggling of goods and an increasing imparts. A country may even attempt to turn these pressures into opportunities. In some ways sanctioned economies bear some resemblance to an economy on a war or emergency footing. Measuring economic activity in nations under sanctions requires different techniques than those used for other countries. changing culminates in new demands on future employees and also find expression in conceptions of vocational education; the vocational school has the responsibility to develop vocational flexibility for coping with the changing demands of the world of work and society. the vocational school has not only the responsibility to teach vocational and general learning contents, but also enable the learner to think and act independently and responsibly considering the demands of the vocational education. the skilled worker who only has to offer his physical strength in the future will not meet the requirements of a modern world of work, because the machine has taken over a lot of his performance. In this regards, technical and vocational educations (TVE) are a substantial solution key.


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