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Positioning Iran's Historical Sites from the View Points of foreign Tourists by Perceptual Mapping

- -; Manijeh Bahrainizadeh

Volume 19, Issue 1 , July 2015, Pages 1-21

Abstract
  Increasing demand of tourists to visit natural attractions, historical sites, cultural and religion places provides a fertile ground for the development of tourism. Having unique capabilities, such as a plenty of natural and historical attractions, Iran is able to develop tourism. To gain more tourism, ...  Read More

Customer value analysis in bank with data mining technique and fuzzy analytic hierarchy process

arash mahjubifard; amir afsar; seyed alireza bashiri mousavi

Volume 19, Issue 1 , July 2015, Pages 23-43

Abstract
  Customer value refers to the potential interaction of customer and enterprise in the certain periods of time. As companies recognize customer value it can provide customized services for different customers, they can achieve to an effective customer relationship management. This research focuses on Banking ...  Read More

Provide a model of market orientation in the Iranian banking industry using the Delphi method.

yaser taymouri asl; - -

Volume 19, Issue 1 , July 2015, Pages 45-67

Abstract
  In the present article the aim is provide a model of market orientation in the banking industry services. In this regard, studies in the field of market orientation and its antecedents, outcomes and related variables been investigated and presented from various articles have been extracted. In this study, ...  Read More

Explain the effect of Biographical characteristics (education, age, years of ‎service and number of family members) on six aspects of ‎strategic thinking based on Spider Web model

Mostafa Jafari; Parisa Farrokhi; Masoumeh Rahimi

Volume 19, Issue 1 , July 2015, Pages 69-90

Abstract
  The six-dimensional strategic thinking, that is king-key of constantly increasing victory in the ‎competition, how is influenced by biographical characteristics (education, age, years of service ‎and number of family members)? The purpose of this research is to explain the answer. This ‎study ...  Read More

Model for Credit Rating Prediction of Banks CustomersBy use of A Meta-Heuristic Hybrid Multi-Attribute Fuzzy neural network-Ant Colony (Case study on Tehran’s Postbank branches)

Kaveh Mahdavi; - -

Volume 19, Issue 1 , July 2015, Pages 91-116

Abstract
  All of the financial institutions for gaining the best profit of their investment are always looking for the best investors, consulters, and borrowers. Besides, different sciences attempt to represent accurate methods for the separation of the customers. For that reason, sciences such as psychology, ...  Read More

System Dynamics simulation for Developing and intenerating knowledge management and Knowledge strategy

sima javaheri; amene khadivar

Volume 19, Issue 1 , July 2015, Pages 117-146

Abstract
  To encounter with Knowledge Management, the organizations should select appropriate knowledge strategy and knowledge management strategy. There are different methods for developing these strategies. In this study a System Dynamics model developed to select and integrate both strategies. In the proposed ...  Read More

Measuring the World/Global City Good Governance

- -; - -; - -; - -

Volume 19, Issue 1 , July 2015, Pages 147-167

Abstract
  Amir Kargar Samani *, Asadollah Kordnaeij, Seyed Hamid Khodadad Hosseini, Seyed Masoud Mousavi Shafaee In recent decades, global cities have become important in national, regional and international environments of themselves, because they have great effects on space of flows and have been affected by ...  Read More

Two-objective optimization model of costs and carbon dioxide in closed loop supply chain

hosseinali hassanpour; mehdi soltani tehrani; Saeed Ramezani

Volume 19, Issue 1 , July 2015, Pages 169-189

Abstract
  In recent years, due to the reverse logistics and particularly integration with direct Logistics is considered important in reducing supply chain costs. In this paper, a closed supply chain with multi-objective, multi-product and multi-period is designed. The objective functions consists of minimizing ...  Read More

Beyond the agency theory in regulation of relationship between a client and contractor in professional service projects

Ali Naghi Mashayekhi; SeyedAlireza Mirbagheri

Volume 19, Issue 1 , July 2015, Pages 191-213

Abstract
  Many companies are dependent on purchasing the required professional services (such as managerial, marketing, accounting, legal, and IT services) from specialist contractors. The contract between such contractors and clients forms an agency relationship, so the agency theory may be used to regulate the ...  Read More