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Volume 19 (2015)
Volume 18 (2014)
Volume 17 (2014)
Volume 16 (2012)
Volume 15 (2011)
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Supply Chain Inventory Management: A Mathematical Modeling

Adel Azar; Moslem Alimohammadlou

Volume 11, Issue 3 , October 2007, Pages 1-28

  Inventories exist throughout the supply chain in various forms for various reasons. Since carrying these inventories can annually cost from 20 to 40% of their value, managing them in a scientific manner to maintain minimal levels makes economic sense. This paper presents a near-optimal (s, Q)-type inventory ...  Read More

Customer's Path to Satisfaction at Commercial Banks

Parviz Ahmadi; Yasanallah Pourashraf

Volume 11, Issue 3 , October 2007, Pages 29-58

  Customer statisfaction has received considerable attention in the marketing litrature and practice in the recent years. It affects several desirable outcomes like customer loyalty, word of mouth, promotion and purchase. Since such an increasing attention is given to customer satisfaction as a corporate ...  Read More

Ranking the Firms Based on Excellency Model Criteria – PROMETHEE Method

Ezzatollah Asgharizadeh; Mahdi Nasrollahi

Volume 11, Issue 3 , October 2007, Pages 59-84

  To meet excellency and to do continuous improvement are among the main challenges for modern organizations to live in competitive market. Excellency models help organizations to satisfy essential needs of society and customers in the best possible way. To compare themselves with their competitors, organizations ...  Read More

Analysis of the Population’s Age Structure on Inflation

Mohammad Bagher Beheshti; Khaled Ahmadzadeh

Volume 11, Issue 3 , October 2007, Pages 85-106

  Little effort has been exerted in the domain of the study of the relation between age structure of population with macroeconomic variables and the study of its effects on the economy of Iran. According to Life Cycle Theory, middle-age groups are owners of savings and young and old-age groups are consumers ...  Read More

Metaphorical Reasoning Strategy in Building Theory: A New Theory of Administrative System

Hassan Danaee Fard; Syed Mehdy Alvani

Volume 11, Issue 3 , October 2007, Pages 107-135

  According to Fred Riggs's Prismatic Theory, ecology of public administration leads to the emerge of Sala model of administrative system in the third world countries. In Public Manager's Rotation, we belie that possessing public positions in administrative systems leads to the emerge of a specific ecology ...  Read More

A Combination Method for Measuring TFP Growth Using DEA Models and Tornqvist Productivity Index; with an Application to the NIOC

Mohammad Reza Alirezaee; Mohsen Afsharian

Volume 11, Issue 3 , October 2007, Pages 137-156

  Total Factor Productivity (TFP) index is the rate of transformation of total input into total output and Total Factor Productivity Growth (TFPG) is used to analyze productivity performance in multiple time periodso, Also, TFPG index is one of the major sources of economic development, thus understanding ...  Read More

The Effective Managerial and Structural Factors on Using Information Technology in the Public Organizations:Bushehr Province

Ali Asghar Fani; Abdulmajid Mosleh

Volume 11, Issue 3 , October 2007, Pages 157-182

  The present era is named as information, digital or knowledge era, in which information technology, as a new strategy and thought, has affected all dimensions of human life Consequently, the organizations are among those concepts that have been affected by information technology. So that it is impossible ...  Read More

The Study of Effects to Make Use of Suitable Competitive Strategies on Efficiency of Commercial Companies in Iran

Behrooz Ghasemi; Abdolhamid Ebrahimi

Volume 11, Issue 3 , October 2007, Pages 183-206

  Due to scientific, technical or low productivity in the commercial sector of our economy, we are not able to compete with foreign competitors. In fact, the real situation of our country (Iran) does not create sufficient opportunity for competitive commercial advantage and filling the technological gap ...  Read More

Designing a Model for Selecting Project Team Based on Fuzzy Approach

Ali Mohaghar; Amir Mostafavi

Volume 11, Issue 3 , October 2007, Pages 207-232

  Selecting people of project team is very important because it can determine successful ness or failure of projects. In this research, a model was developed for project team selection based on fuzzy approach that presents a systematic and scientific selection process of project team. Fuzzy compatibility ...  Read More

Compelitive Advantage: The Role of Intellectual Capital and Social Capital (Two Automobile Maker Companies in Iran)

Asghar moshabaki; Behrooz Ghlichlee

Volume 11, Issue 3 , October 2007, Pages 233-260

  In a knowledge-based economiy, products and companies live and die on information and the most successful companies are the ones who use their intangible assets better and faster. Researches have indicated that inverse decreasing returns of traditional resources such as land, money, machinery etc. Knowledge ...  Read More