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Business Processes Design of Small and Medium Enterprises of Perishable Items in order to Determination of Optimum Production Policy with Simulation Approach

Jalil Heidary Dahooie; Seyed Mojtaba Sajadi; Fereshteh Tavan

Volume 19, Issue 3 , September 2015, Pages 7-35

Abstract
  In today's competitive world, production and inventory control in small and medium enterprises (SME) is considered as an important issue by managers, because of the influence of factors such as fluctuations in demand and failure of machines. Network Failure Prone Manufacture Systems (NFPMs) are type ...  Read More

A Framework for Identification and Classification of Knowledge Sharing Tools (Case Study of MAPNA Group)

Jalal Rezaeenour; Narges Aghakhani; Mohammadtaghi Taghavifard

Volume 19, Issue 3 , September 2015, Pages 37-60

Abstract
  Nowadays, organizations tend to aggregate and increase the knowledge resources of work groups. In this paper, we introduce a framework to classify knowledge-sharing mechanisms, especially in project-based organizations. Prior research concentrated on identifying dimensions of knowledge sharing mechanisms ...  Read More

Extracting Components of Internet Marketing Mix: A Mixed Methods Design

Saeed Jahanyan; Mehdi Mahmood Salehi

Volume 19, Issue 3 , September 2015, Pages 61-81

Abstract
  This research aims to develop a conceptual model, and identify the components of Internet marketing mix. The research has been designed and implemented through a mixed methods design (quantitative -qualitative). The integrated approach used for collecting qualitative data in order to develop a conceptual ...  Read More

Designing a Market Performance Model Based on the Marketing Dynamic Capabilities with Operational Agility Approach

Seyed Hamid Khodadad Hosseini; Asghar Moshabaki; Soheila khoddami

Volume 19, Issue 3 , September 2015, Pages 83-112

Abstract
  One of the most important concepts for all enterprises in every size and every sector is market performance. As the market success of the firm is a consequence of its market performance, it will be pertinent to state that performance is a direct determinant on the consequence. Today, dynamic capabilities ...  Read More

Identification of Information Network in Iran’s Nanotechnology Domain Using Network Analysis

Kiuimarth Ashtarian; Diba Ghonchepour; Ali Khajenaieni; Hananeh Mohammadi

Volume 19, Issue 3 , September 2015, Pages 113-139

Abstract
  The aim of this research is exploring and analyzing the informational interactions among the actors of Iran’s nanotechnology domain by the quantitative exploring of their relations using Network Analysis approach. Recognition and delineation of the informational networks resulted in identification ...  Read More

Interpretive Structural Modeling of Strategy Map in the Holding Company

Azim Zarei; MohammadMehdi Izadkhah

Volume 19, Issue 3 , September 2015, Pages 141-166

Abstract
  In today’s competitive business environment, using holding company has been common in the developed countries, and recently, it has also gained momentum in Iran. These companies create special value through synergy. Todays, multi-business organization management has been more important than ever, ...  Read More

A Soft System Methodology Approach for Structuring Surveillance against Occupational Carcinogenic Exposures Problem (Case Study: Petroleum Industries)

Ali Rajabzadeh; Adel Azar; Behrouz Zarei; Ramin Sepehrirad

Volume 19, Issue 3 , September 2015, Pages 167-190

Abstract
  Petroleum industry of Iran has provided one of the best opportunities for employees, but occupational exposures leading to chronic diseases such as cancer are high in the field. Ministry of Petroleum has owned an organization, which covers the personnel with health insurance, called “Petroleum ...  Read More

Supplier Selection in Volume Discount Environments in the Presence of Both Cardinal and Ordinal Data: A New Approach Based On Double Frontiers DEA

Hossein Azizi; Rasoul Jahed

Volume 19, Issue 3 , September 2015, Pages 191-217

Abstract
  Nowadays, simultaneous consideration of cardinal and ordinal data in supplier selection process is highlighted more than ever as production philosophies such as just-in-time production are being widely used. Many supplier selection optimization models traditionally presume that the average price of respective ...  Read More

A Comparative Study of Capital Structure Determinants in Developed versus Developing Countries with Concentration on Iran

Saeed Fathi; Majid Esmailian; Farzaneh Ghandehari; Yaghoob Shirangi; Alireza Ajam

Volume 19, Issue 3 , September 2015, Pages 218-241

Abstract
  Capital structure policy is a mean to tradeoff between risk and return and many factors influencing the optimal capital structure for each company. The aim of this study is to investigate the factors affecting the capital structure of companies listed in Tehran Stock Exchange and some selected stock ...  Read More