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A New Approach for Measuring Cost of Quality Using BSC: A Fuzzy Approach

Abolfazl Kazemi; Vahid Hajipour

Volume 16, Issue 48 , April 2018, , Pages 109-130


  In today's competitive markets quality as a competitive advantage is important, but quality always comes with price, so cost of quality recognition and proper division has always attracted attention of many researchers in the literature. The related literature show that from the time quality costing ...  Read More

A Multi Objective Model for Reverse Logistic Considering Discount

Maryam Azizi; Abolfazl Kazemi; Alireza Alinezhad

Volume 15, Issue 46 , October 2017, , Pages 157-181


  Reverse logistics as a new approach and attitude in the area of logistics is one of the new trends in logistics management, recycling, and or reuse of products. Logistics network design in the forward and reverse mode is one of the most important issues that forms the strategic dimension of supply chain ...  Read More

The combination of Delphi method and Shannon entropy to deal with administrative corruption, using Fuzzy Inference System

Hamed Rahmani; Morteza Moosakhani; Gholamreza Memarzade Tehran; Karamollah Daneshfard; Abolfazl Kazemi

Volume 15, Issue 44 , April 2017, , Pages 75-116


  Referring to a variety of media and news headlines, we can figure out the increase in the phenomenon of corruption in the country. One of the applied mechanisms by international organizations like international transparency and global bank is applying Governance Model to combat against Corruption. There ...  Read More

Presenting a fuzzy multi objective model to supplier evaluation and selection in leagile supply chain

Mojgan Khorasani; Abolfazl Kazemi

Volume 14, Issue 40 , April 2016, , Pages 111-136


  This paper investigates a supplier evaluation and selection model which considers features of leagile supply chain and allocates orders to the selected suppliers. In the proposed model, potential suppliers are evaluated by applying a multi-objective model with respect to the key features of leagile supply ...  Read More

Credit ranking of natural clients of banks using various neural network models: a case study of a private Iranian bank

Abolfazl Kazemi; Javad Ghasemi; Vahid Zandieh

Volume 9, Issue 23 , December 2011, , Pages 131-161

  Previously, decision about granting facilities to clients of banks in Iran were made based on personal judgment about the risk of failure in reimbursement. But, increasing demand for bank facilities by economic firms and households in one hand, and increasing extensive commercial competition among banks ...  Read More