Volume 27 (2023)
Volume 26 (2022)
Volume 25 (2021)
Volume 24 (2020)
Volume 23 (2019)
Volume 22 (2018)
Volume 20 (2016)
Volume 19 (2015)
Volume 18 (2014)
Volume 17 (2014)
Volume 16 (2012)
Volume 15 (2011)
Volume 14 (2010)
Volume 13 (2010)
Volume 12 (2009)
Volume 11 (2007)
Volume 10 (2006)
Volume 9 (2005)
Volume 8 (2004)
Volume 7 (2003)
Volume 6 (2002)
Volume 5 (2001)
Using Set Covering Approach for Decision-Making Criteria Classification while Correlation between Criteria Exist

maghsood amiri; mojtaba aghaei

Volume 21, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 1-23

Abstract
  In choosing an alternative among many, decision makers usually take into account multiple criteria’s, which are sometimes in line with each other and sometimes conflicting. When there is dependencies between criteria, MCDM techniques such as ANP, AHP and DEMATEL could be applied. Another approach ...  Read More

Part-Time Workforces Scheduling with Variable Productivity

mohammad akbari

Volume 21, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 25-47

Abstract
  This research aims to incorporate human factors engineering into the scheduling theory in order to exploit optimized human performance. Staff scheduling issue in which part-time employees have variable performance was studied in this paper. Objective function of the mathematical model is to minimize ...  Read More

Designing a Monitoring and Evaluation System for Policies of the Ministry of Science

Alireza Hoseinbeigi; Lotfollah Forouzande Dehkordi; Hasan Danaeefard; Aliasghar Pourezzat

Volume 21, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 49-71

Abstract
  The government, through its policies, is trying to expand the boundaries of accountability by monitoring and evaluation. Therefore designing a monitoring and evaluation system in each of the areas of government activities, in addition to learning policy, also helps to improve policies and policy making. ...  Read More

A Model for Analysis and Prediction of Web Users’ Behavior Using Web Mining Techniques

Ebrahim Teimoury; Mohammad Fathian; Anis Farshian Abbasi

Volume 21, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 73-95

Abstract
  Nowadays, web-based services like E-Commerce and E-Banking make fundamental changes to the ways of using internet and human's life. Web shares direct media with low costs between services of businesses and their customers. Businesses need to record, study and analyze their users' behavior and interests ...  Read More

Marketing research trend in Iran: An analytical review

Ali Heidari; Alireza Valipour; Behnaz Bakhtiyari

Volume 21, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 97-119

Abstract
  The main purpose of this paper is to provide a structured insight into the current state of marketing research in Iran. Therefore, a systematic review of 966 studies published in Persian scientific journals (2001-2015) was conducted. The review of published studies shows that consumer behavior, brand ...  Read More

The Study of Human Resources View Role on Export Function: Mediator Role of Export Commitment

fereshteh fayaz; Mohammad Sadegh Alipour

Volume 21, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 121-137

Abstract
  Affective factors roles on export is an interesting issues. Export is mainly vital for a company. This survey studies effect of resource – based view of human resource on company export performance regarding mediation role of commitment to export and on base of solidarity study. Research population ...  Read More

Developing a Framework for Applying Risk Management in a Fuzzy Environment for Implementing Construction Projects Value Engineering: Case of Khorramshahr Port

Amin Zamani; Mostafa Khanzadi; Mohammad Saeed Jabal Ameli; Mehrdad Sarhadi

Volume 21, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 139-166

Abstract
  Value engineering is a powerful tool for solving problems based on creativity and function and it has been used in construction projects for many years and could prove its advantages to all members of this industry in recent years. However, like other tools, it has the ability to upgrade and increase ...  Read More

Studying the effect of organizational coaching on workplace counterproductive behaviors: mediating role of positive organizational climate

Azin Esmaeili; Farajallah Rahimi; Mehdi Nadaf

Volume 21, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 167-191

Abstract
  In recent year, due to the negative effect of counterproductive behaviors on workplace, organizational researchers have become more interested in study and solution finding to correct these behaviors. In addition, organizations with a new approach namely coaching are looking for modify these behaviors. ...  Read More

Identifying networking human resource Practices effecs on firm performance based on a combinotrial approach: analyzing the role of strategic flexibility and environmental uncertainty

Davood Feiz; Behnam Golshahi

Volume 21, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 193-215

Abstract
  This paper aims to identify effective networking human resource practices for managers and its effects on firm performance by analyzing strategic flexibility and environmental condition. Also, this paper has been completed based on a combinational approach and an expletory- explanation study. Data gathering ...  Read More

Investigating Brand's Social Power Base Effects on Purchase Behavior: Mediating Role of Consumer's Product Cognitive Engagement Level

abdollah saedi

Volume 21, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 217-241

Abstract
  Increasing expansion of competition among commercial companies and variations relate to increase or decrease in the market share, brings a scientific look at all marketing functions forward. One of the most important marketing activities is attention to why and how customers' behaviors are created. The ...  Read More

The Role of Psychological Empowerment Dimensions in Predicting Work Engagement

Mohsen Yaqubi; Normohammad Yaghoubi

Volume 21, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 243-261

Abstract
  Work engagement is a psychological state experiencing energy, absorption and dedication at work. The purpose of this study is to investigate impact of psychological empowerment and its components on work engagement. This cross sectional study was practical in terms of goal and descriptive-correlational ...  Read More

Developing and Describing the Organizational Brawl Theory Model: Circumstances, Moderators and Strategies to the Action

mohammad javad hozoori; mohammad ali sarlak; jahan abdi; ali ghorbani

Volume 21, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 263-284

Abstract
  As the goals and interests of employees wont met and satisfied through formal or informal organization structures, and they concludes that their role in organization is not recognized, they attempt to create brawl, in order to attract senior managers attentetion. The purpose of this research is to achieve ...  Read More