عنوان مقاله [English]
One of the areas that has recently shifted the boundaries of entrepreneurial theory from business is government. It has been claimed that commercial principles can be used to improve social services. The most striking framework for this claim is the government's Reinventing theory, which, despite more than two decades of its existence, still has not entered into an area of research. The purpose of this study is to elucidate the ways in which they can direct government behavior towards entrepreneurship. This was done through an applied research approach as well as structural equation modeling for confirmatory factor analysis and construct validity assessment. The statistical population consisted of governorates of East Azarbaijan Province, which was measured by distributing the questionnaire among a sample of 172 people. The result of this study was that 8 final variables were identified and a total of 67 indices were identified as the practical implementation of these eight variables. The variables are: community-owned government, market orientated government, mission-oriented government, customer-driven government, decentralized government, government promoting professional ethics, government developing the social justice and government implementating Jihadian management.