Document Type : Original Research Paper


1 Faculty of Economics and Management, Semnan University, Iran

2 Faculty of Entrepreneurship, University of Tehran, Iran


Nowadays, many researchers examine the causes of the gap of between university and industry. They want to find the effective factors on economic growth that they reach to entrepreneurship for economic growth. So entrepreneurship has a special position in industrious societies. It is introduces as one of the life quality factors in programs of Europe educational commission. This article reply to these questions: Does the difference exist between entrepreneurship management students with other management students? How is brain dominance between students of Tehran university in entrepreneurship management  field with Semnan university students in management field with using of Ned Herrmann ' s four brain quarter model. ? How amount does the teaching system of two universities effect on brain dominance? How is the potential of entrepreneurship in two universities? This research is using of Ned Herrmann ' s four brain quarter model .the results shows the wonderful influence of teaching on brain dominance an good potential on  entrepreneurship in both universities. Moreover, Semnan university students use from the two halves of the brain equally more than Teharn university students.


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