عنوان مقاله [English]
From the perspective of national and regional economic development, free zones increase trade exchange and attract some of the required technical and capital expertise and ultimately economic dynamics. On the other hand, the resistive economy, which is the basis for the resilience of the economy to domestic and foreign shocks, and one of the aims of which is to increase the export potential based on paragraphs 10 and 12 of the country's resistive economy policies, is closely linked to the free and interregional zones. It is internationalizing, so this study seeks to relate the two categories to each other. Based on the resilience indices of Jack Borman et al., The free zones of Kish, Qeshm, Chabahar, Anzali, Arvand, and Aras were compared and compared with the space camera model in 2011-2011. The results showed that the effect of export share surplus and employment had a negative and significant effect on the Resistance Economics Index, which was reduced by one unit increase in these variables, respectively, 929.411 and 0.014, respectively, and the greatest effect of spillover due to the export share of free zones, respectively. The business has a resistance economy index. The negative and significant values of the spatial autoregressive coefficient indicate that part of the decreasing changes in the resistance economics index of the free trade zones was due to the distance or proximity effect.