Document Type : Research Paper



For performance evaluation of supply chain, having a comprehensive
model with reliable data is useful. This can help to improve the entire
chain. In this paper a model is presented, according to the nature of
network and multi-stage supply chain, that able to evaluate the
performance of the entire chain in the form of a mathematical mode
land using the financial, knowledge, participation and response
measures of the supply chain. In the first part, Indicator sat three
levels; strategic, process and operational, considered and survey the
model verification with Factor Analysis. In the second part, Network
data envelopment analysis model is used. This paper is the result of
research related to supply chain of pharmaceutical companies in
Tehran Stock Exchange and 115 expert sand senior executive shave
been questioned as sample. There search results show that strategic
level with a weight of 0.98 is the most important performance level
and Process and operational levels are respectively 0.97 and 0.87
weight. 4chainsof 28 chains studied, have a complete performance and
0.43 is the lowest observed performance.


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