Recall of New Spoil System as Administrative Trader

Document Type : Research Paper


1 Prof. in Public Administration, Faculty of Management, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran

2 Assistant Prof. in Management, Payamenoor University, Tehran, Iran

3 Assistant Prof. of Management, Bakhtar University Campus, Ilam, Iran

4 PhD Student in Management, Payamnoor University, Tehran, Iran


Objective: The purpose of this study is to identify the types of administrative speculative behaviors and provide a precise classification of these behaviors.
Methods: The research approach is qualitative and the strategy applied in this research is based on the grounded theory. Semi-structured interviews were used to collect the data and they were then analyzed using Strauss and Corbin methods and the Paradigm model. Based on judgmental and snowball sampling 16 managers, faculty members and organizational experts with expertise in the related field of study were selected
Results: Analysis of the data from the interviews resulted in the designing of a model of organizational negotiation throughopen, axial and selective coding process. The model was developed based on four causality concepts, three conceptual concepts, four meddlesome concepts, three action strategies, seven response strategies and three consequences. Then, using the structural equation method, the model was approved.
Conclusion: The results showed that commercialization in the organizations can affect human, social and organizational mechanisms and lead to a self-sustaining and immature organization.


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