عنوان مقاله [English]
Nowadays, weakness of economical, social, political and management structures cause to eminence of many challenges in cities and different regions and this case is main and effective stimulant in lack of accessibility to sustainable development. So, using modern surveys to recognize many challenges and their future trending and guideline of strategic planning to reach sustainability and sustainable development is inevitable necessity. The aim of current study is investigation of ARAS Free region future trending challenges along reaching to sustainable development and presenting guidelines to it’s position improvement and future situation. Methodology is applied and applicable form with future trending and cross – sections effects analysis technique was used to data analysis with MICMAC Software. Current study data and information were gathered by using elites and urban managers Delphi’s method. Results showed that future challenges for ARAS Free region sustainable development were under severe effect of management weakness and lack of certain plan to develop, lack of using management modern patterns such as governance and knowledge-based management; financial-monetary weakness and existence of legal restrictions with framework case in industry par by regarding high and extensive area in issued region and suitable of lands for agriculture. Also, evaluation of mentioned region stability/instability based on investigated challenges showed that; challenges are instable and strategic planning, real and innovative development according to future trending paradigm, role redefinition and ARAS Free region position in national and international arenas will recognize with roles/actions enhancing by regarding sustainable development.
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