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Bi-objective shift and job rotation scheduling for multi-skilled workforces with human factor engineering approach

mohammad akbari; Mostafa Zandieha; Behroz Dorri

Volume 17, Issue 3 , September 2013, Pages 1-21

Abstract
  The goal of this research is providing optimization approach for bi-objective scheduling work shifts and job rotation problem in order to exploit efficient performance of employees. In this article scheduling work shifts and job rotation problems had been modeled in one mathematical model with two objective ...  Read More

Developing the model of improving psychological capital in Iranian public organization: Identifying the role of human resource management functions

Reza Najari; Mohammad Javad Hozoori; Ali Salehi; Hasan Danayefard

Volume 17, Issue 3 , September 2013, Pages 23-47

Abstract
  Psychological capital is a new concept that has been discussed in the third millennium and entered in the field of management since 2006 Due to its unique role in organizational wealth-generation, it has become in the core attention of scholars and intellectuals research in the field of behavior, human ...  Read More

Determining most significant project risk's categories with considering causal relations between them in the fuzzy environment

Amin Vafadar Nikjoo; Ali Shahabi; S.M. Ali Khatami Firouzabadi

Volume 17, Issue 3 , September 2013, Pages 49-69

Abstract
  Every project has many risks and as there are many complexities in projects today, recognizing the most important risks is essential for projects' success and efficiency. In this research, we tried to determine most significant risk's categories in the framework of risk breakdown structure of 4th edition ...  Read More

Survey on Information Risk using Microstructure Models

reza eyvazlu; reza raei; shapour mohammadi

Volume 17, Issue 3 , September 2013, Pages 71-85

Abstract
  Classic asset pricing models assume that distribution of information is symmetric and suppose similar trade-off between risk and return among investors. In terms of information asymmetry that some traders have private information, investors will be faced with information risk; this is the risk of trading ...  Read More

Appraisal and calculate productivity of the industrial groups with applying of system dynamics approach in 1404 horizon.

ahmad rajabi; Mohammad Hashem Moosavi-Haghighi Moosavi-Haghighi

Volume 17, Issue 3 , September 2013, Pages 87-111

Abstract
  Appraisal and calculate productivity of the industrial groups with applying of system dynamics approach in 1404 horizon. In this paper, industrial productivity was calculated in 1404 horizon with usage of system dynamics model. For this purpose, with regard to behavior of the effective variables and ...  Read More

A survey on long term IPO return: Developing Fama and French model

amin rezaeemoghadam; mohammad rostami

Volume 17, Issue 3 , September 2013, Pages 113-127

Abstract
  In asset pricing and portfolio management the Fama-French three factor model is a model designed by Eugene Fama and Kenneth French to describe stock returns. The traditional asset pricing model, known formally as the Capital Asset Pricing Model, CAPM, uses only one variable, beta, to describe the returns ...  Read More

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Abdol-Hamid Safaei Ghadikolaei Safaei Ghadikolaei; Mohammadreza Tabibi Tabibi; Fateme Hajiabadi Hajiabadi

Volume 17, Issue 3 , September 2013, Pages 129-149

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Internal Branding and Brand Performance: The Moderator Role of Workplace Competitive Climate and Job Satisfaction

Masoud Asnaashari; Shahriar Azizi

Volume 17, Issue 3 , September 2013, Pages 151-165

Abstract
  This study seeks investigation of the impact of factors effect on the brand performance based on internal branding approach in TAT bank. A conceptual model consist of 9 hypotheses were designed and tested in this research. 239 employees of TAT bank by clustering method were selected. Data gathered via ...  Read More

The effects of sociological Factors on Information and Normative Conformity Behavior of Investors in Stock Exchange

farshid dehghani; Saeed Fathi Fathi

Volume 17, Issue 3 , September 2013, Pages 167-189

Abstract
  In the past decade, national and international financial markets have experienced many financial crises. One reason for this crisis is the incorrect behavior of investors in making decisions, because of unclear situations and cognitive mistakes. with regard to there are these crisis in the domestic market ...  Read More

The effectiveness of price limits on volatility of stock returns in tehran stock exchange

Hassan Ghalibaf Asl Ghalibaf Asl; SOMAYEH RASEKH

Volume 17, Issue 3 , September 2013, Pages 191-210

Abstract
  Abstract: Illogical limits of the stock prices have led to ambiguities in optimal resource allocations. Price limit prevents increase or decrease in stock prices with respect to the predetermined prices. There are different viewpoints on implementation of stock price limits. The negative or positive ...  Read More