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Volume 16 (2012)
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The Application of DEA in Selecting a Portfolio Consisting of the Most Efficient and the Most Inefficient Companies Now Present in Tehran Stock Market

Adel Azar; Reza Jalali; farzane khosravani

Volume 17, Issue 1 , February 2013, Pages 1-19

Abstract
  Abstract Selecting a portfolio has always been a significant issue in Financial Management. The models presented for selecting the best portfolio have some deficiencies and after some time, their deficiencies would be revealed and they will be replaced by some other models. One of the problems with those ...  Read More

Identifying and ranking of the success factors in automotive reverse logistics through interpretive structural modeling(ISM)

reza kazem zadeh; ruhangiz asadi; Zahra Bagherinejad

Volume 17, Issue 1 , February 2013, Pages 21-40

Abstract
  Today the reverse logistics is one of the most important subjects in supply chain area. The control of return process beside the forward supply chain permits the organization to avoid of additional costs. This paper at the first approach introduces the major success factors which result from interview ...  Read More

Assessing the Factors Influencing University Instructors Adoption of Web-Based Learning Systems Using an Integrated Model

davood karimzadegan moghadam; Alireza Hasanzade; hediyeh motaghian

Volume 17, Issue 1 , February 2013, Pages 41-72

Abstract
  With the rapid growth of the Internet, e-learning has been prevailed in various societies. Despite the emerging trend of using web-based learning systems to facilitate teaching and learning activities, the number of users of web-based learning systems is not increasing as fast as expected. In this research, ...  Read More

Designing Customer Profitability Model for Organizations: (Case Study of Electronic Industry in Iran)

Seyyed Hamid Khodadad Hosseini; Bahareh Osanlou; Asghar Moshabaki; Asadollah Kordnaiej

Volume 17, Issue 1 , February 2013, Pages 73-94

Abstract
    ,       Today, organizations have come to seek current customers and also maintain a permanent relationship with them in addition to developing strategies to attract new customers and trading with them. In other words, they have found that losing a customer is more than losing a ...  Read More

A Survey on Benford Law in Tehran Stock Exchange

azam jafaridargiri; mohammad rostami

Volume 17, Issue 1 , February 2013, Pages 95-110

Abstract
  Competitiveness and availability of transparent information are necessary in capital market. Information quality effects decision making and causes better resource allocation, which in turn leads to efficiency. Information transparency results in long term vision, reaching to new sources of capital, ...  Read More

The Effect of Organizational Justice on Organizational Citizenship Behaviors: On the Role of Organizational Health Personality

Hasan Danaie Fard; aliasghar fani; sholeh zakiani

Volume 17, Issue 1 , February 2013, Pages 133-148

Abstract
  Organizational behavior is a complex of voluntary and intentional behaviors that are committed by the staffs and personnel of an organization even though they are not part of their official behaviors. The consequence of such behaviors is an enhancement of the functions and jobs of the organization. Organizational ...  Read More

Competitive Benchmarking as Tools for Analysis of Strategic Bottleneck

AliReza Emami; Saiede Ketabi

Volume 17, Issue 1 , February 2013, Pages 149-168

Abstract
  Decision-making in competitive situations is a challenge for managers. Identifying the strategic success factors (SSF) for each company and  determining the company’s position relative to its competitors due to the SSF are critical, which top managers use for survival in the competitive conditions. ...  Read More

Qualitative Analysis and Reflection of the Opinion of Figher Education Students about the Merging of Sports and Youth Affairs Organizations

seyed mohammad mirmohammadi

Volume 17, Issue 1 , February 2013, Pages 169-188

Abstract
  . The purpose of this study is to assess the opinion of the graduate students of public administration about merging of the Sport Organization with the Youth Organization and establishing the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs. In this study, three method were used including phenomenographic, pathological ...  Read More

The Survey of Factor Affecting Human-structural Intelligence in Knowledge Based Organizations

amir nazarpoori; Gholam alli Tabarsa

Volume 17, Issue 1 , February 2013, Pages 180-200

Abstract
  In turbulent environment, power and success of organizations depend on the intellectual capita; abilities and the main challenges of these organizations are on that how to establishe new generation of intelligent organizations for knowledge edge. The problem this research wants to solve is that how an ...  Read More

Relationship between Knowledge Sharing and Innovation in Financial Service Organizations (Case Study: Refah Kargaran Bank)

parvin mohebi; akram hadizadeh moghadam; behroz ghlichlee

Volume 17, Issue 1 , February 2013, Pages 201-220

Abstract
    Knowledge sharing creates opportunities to maximize the organization’s ability to meet those needs and generates solutions and efficiencies that provide a business with a competitive advantage. Knowledge sharing can be defined as a social interaction culture, involving the exchange of employees ...  Read More