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Using Weighted Maximal Covering Model with Partial Coverage and Geographical Information Systems for Locating Bank Branches

Ali Mohaghar; Sara Aryaee; Jalil Heidary; Ara Toomanian

Volume 15, Issue 47 , January 2017, Pages 1-22


  Nowadays banks, credit and financial institutions are trying to increase profits, reduce costs, compete with rivals, attract customers and increase productivity. One of the factors that contributes to the implementation of these strategies is the optimum locations of branches. Locating the new branches ...  Read More

A New Method for Evaluating and Selecting Portfolio of New Product Development Projects .

Seyyed Mojtaba Hashemi Majoumerd; Massoud Kassaee

Volume 15, Issue 47 , January 2017, Pages 23-43


  Differentiation through NPD is one of the most effective ways to achieve success. However, because of the failure rate of these projects, it could not be expected firm’ success due to only one new product development project. Therefore, it should be selected a portfolio of new product development ...  Read More

An Interpretative Structural Model on Effective Factors of The Suppliers’ Selection Based on CSR

Reza Esmaeilpour; Adel Azar; Mohammad ShahMohammadi

Volume 15, Issue 47 , January 2017, Pages 45-70


  Nowadays many organizations involved in environmental, social and economic concerns and measure supplier performance on the fields; including the effect that "corporate social responsibility" could have on the suppliers’ selection. The aim of this study is determine of a model to selection of suppliers ...  Read More

Multi-Product Model Economic Production and Economic Production with Varying Holding Cost

Mahnaz Afrasiyabi; Ahmad Sadeghi

Volume 15, Issue 47 , January 2017, Pages 71-92


  Models presented in inventory management, encompass varied parameters. Primary factor in classic models related to determination of the economical ordering quantity (EOQ) and the economical production quantity (EPQ), is to consider parameters like the setup cost, the holding cost and the demand rate, ...  Read More

Management of Products Consumption in Blood Supply Chain Considering Lateral Transshipment between Hospitals

Saeed Yaghobi; Mehdi Kamvar

Volume 15, Issue 47 , January 2017, Pages 93-119


  There are issues such as limitation of blood resources, perishability, special preservation conditions of blood products and high wastage and shortage costs of blood products, make management of blood products consumption as one of the most complex issues in healthcare systems. This paper proposes a ...  Read More

The Role of Customer Pressure and innovativeness on Sustainable Supply Chain Management and Sustainable Competitive Advantage

Mostafa Ebrahimpour Azbari; Mahmoud Moradi; Mohsen Momeneh

Volume 15, Issue 47 , January 2017, Pages 121-150


  In recent years, due to changes in global markets and competition among supply chains, organizations found out that to grow and survive in today’s turbulent environment they should use of all their efforts to create and maintain sustainable competitive advantage. On the other hand, the pressure ...  Read More

Modelling Multi-Mode Resource-Costrainted Flow Shop Scheduling Problem

Mehdi Yazdani; Bahman Naderi

Volume 15, Issue 47 , January 2017, Pages 151-168


  In the scheduling problems, it is commonly assumed that processing times are fixed and known. In the literature of project scheduling emphasizes that the time of each activity/operation can be multi-mode and by assigning more resources, the activity time can be reduced. In these problems, in addition ...  Read More