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Impact of Supply chain integration on competitive capabilities in Food and Beverages Industries

Shamsodin Nazemi; Fatemeh Kharidar

Volume 9, Issue 25 , July 2012, Pages 1-26

  This study examines the impact of supply chain integration (SCI)dimensions on competitive capabilities. For this purpose, therelationship between dimensions of SCI (internal integration andexternal integration including supplier integration and customerintegration) and competitive capabilities (cost, ...  Read More

A Decision Making Framework for Strategic Outsourcing

Laya Olfat; Masoud Barati; Mohammad Reza Valadi

Volume 9, Issue 25 , July 2012, Pages 27-50

  Nowadays one of the most important decisions for the companies iswhether to outsource a part of the organizations’ value chain or not.Some studies show that majority of them, consider outsourcing as acost reduction approach, not as a strategic decision. Some researcheshave paid attention to this ...  Read More

Knowledge management systems implementation Gaps survey by means of gap analysis technique

Mohammad Jafar Tarokh; Rahmat Mirzai; Naghmeh Alvandi

Volume 9, Issue 25 , July 2012, Pages 51-84

  Knowledge has widely been acknowledged as one of the mostimportant factors for corporate competitiveness, and we havewitnessed an explosion of IT solutions claiming to provide support forknowledge management. Due to the rapid development of knowledgeand information technology (IT), business environments ...  Read More

Classification of Credit Applicants of Banking Systems Using Data Mining and Fuzzy Logic

Mohammad Taghi Taghavifard; Ahmad Nadali

Volume 9, Issue 25 , July 2012, Pages 85-107

  This research study aims at using Data Mining and Fuzzy Logicapproaches to classify the credit scoring of banking system applicantsas to cover uncertainties and ambiguity connected with applicantclasses and also variables that affect their behavior.The methodology, according to a standard Data Mining ...  Read More

Relationship among knowledge management enablers and responsiveness in ceramic tile industry: Exploratory Mixed Research

Gholamreza Khoshsima; Ali Mehrabi; Hamid Sharifi; Fateme Shirvani; Mahbobe Kazemi

Volume 9, Issue 25 , July 2012, Pages 109-132

  In this research, exploratory mixed research are used and implementedat two stages. At first stage, two questionnaires are designed. Based onCambridge University’s Model, responsiveness of Almas-e-Kavir andEhsan Industrial Group are surveyed and analyzed that are done bycomparative-theoretical ...  Read More

Industry Concentration and Manufacturing Industries Stock Returns

Farzin Rezaei; Hadi Haqiq

Volume 9, Issue 25 , July 2012, Pages 133-159

  The objective of this study is to investigate the impact of industryconcentration on the average stock returns, and proposing a model toexplain this relationship. Explanatory variables are Herfindahl-Hirschman Index of industry concentration, industry size (marketequity), book-to-market ratio, leverage, ...  Read More

Introduction of an Advanced VIKOR method for Credit Rating of Customers of Banks

Mostafa Ekhtiari

Volume 9, Issue 25 , July 2012, Pages 161-179

  Now days, many internal banks of country experiment a kind of creditrisk, where can enumerate increasing non-performing loans of thebanks and not repayment problem of the central bank debts as itsresults. Therefore, to establish a system of credit risk management isnecessary and essential. The Five Cs ...  Read More

A Feasibility Study of Tourism Investment Opportunities: The Case of Tarom as an International Recreational-Tourist Town

Akbar Pourfaraj; Mehrdad Karami; Zahra Nekooee; Zahra Taleb-beydokhty

Volume 9, Issue 25 , July 2012, Pages 189-214

  The significant role of investment in the process of societies’economic growth and development is highlighted in most theories oneconomic growth and development. Taking into account the shortageof investment sources and the necessity of optimal allocation of thesesources for promoting economic ...  Read More