Author Archive: journalist

 

Study the Barriers of Green Supply Chain Management Implementation in Iranian Industries Using Analytic Hierarchy Process

Volume 2, Issue 1, Number 5, Pages 70-82, Published Online January 20, 2014 Author(s): Marjan Mohammadjafari ,Reza Shokrizadeh ,Majid Heidari ,Saeed Parvaresh ABSTRACT: Today’s international business environment has forced many firms to focus on supply chain management to gain a competitive advantage. With the growing worldwide awareness of environmental protection […]

 

A Robust Optimization Model Based On The Green Supply Chain Network Design Under Uncertainty Of Future Economic Conditions

Volume 2, Issue 1, Number 4, Pages 56-69, Published Online January 20, 2014 Author(s): Elham Mofid Nakhaii, Dr. Javad Soroor ABSTRACT: In this paper, a robust programming model for forward and reverse green (environmental) supply chain network design is established under uncertainty of future economic conditions. Initially, a deterministic mixed […]

 

The Factors Influencing the Application of Sustainably Farming Operations by Farmers in Abdanan City

Volume 2, Issue 1, Number 3, Pages 38-47, Published Online January 20, 2014 Author(s): M. Hashemnia, M. Dorrani ABSTRACT: The overall aim of this study is to study the factors influencing the application of sustainably farming operations by farmers. The research’s statistical population would consist of all the farmers in […]

 

Life Cycle Assessment Of Municipal Solid Waste Systems To Prioritize And Compare Their Methods With Multi-Criteria Decision Making

Volume 2, Issue 1, Number 2, Pages 38-46, Published Online January 20, 2014 Author(s): Hamid Reza Feili, Peyman Ahmadian and Emad Rabiei ABSTRACT: How to choose an energy-efficient, environmentally friendly and economically affordable municipal solid waste (MSW) management system has been a major challenge to be taken up by decision […]

 

Evaluating the Necessity of Production and Competing Ability of a New Energy:

Volume 2, Issue 1, Number 1, Pages 19-38, Published Online January 20, 2014 Author(s): Amir Vatandoust, Mahsa Razavi ABSTRACT: Stable economy leads to increasing the economical productions, participation of more people in development and lack of probable limitations of production resources in short term and pollutants in long term. Stable development […]

 

Comparison of Iran and China from the Perspective of Knowledge-Based Economy in Order to Deal with Economic Sanctions.

Volume 1, Issue 1, Number 7, Pages 18-77, Published Online October 20, 2013 Author(s): Abolfazl Shahabadi. Zohre Bahari ABSTRACT: Economic sanctions against countries are among the factors that will disrupt process of economic growth. It seems poor countries will face more sanctions. These countries should fight with sanctions by knowledge-Based […]

 

Health Tourism Development, a Strategy to Deal with Sanctions (Case Study: Medical Tourism Development in Free Trade Zones of Iran)

Volume 1, Issue 1, Number 5, Pages 54-70, Published Online October 20, 2013 Author(s): Amir Hossein Ghezelbash. Seyed Mahdi Seyed Abdollahi ABSTRACT: Iran has potential abilities in tourism industry development. but it is facing the challenges that could note the comprehensive sanctions of America and its allies among Security Council […]

 

Economic Sanctions and Political Cultures: The Relationship between the Sanctions and VariablesSuch As Human Rights, Consume Freedom andPolitical Life of the Host (The Case Study: Iran)

Volume 1, Issue 1, Number 6, Pages 70-81, Published Online October 20, 2013 Author(s): Mahmoud Alipour, Fatemeh seydi ABSTRACT: In international politics and Competition global power, to government control, and disposal of any threats to peace and security, Regulationsimposed bythe UN. One of the provisions is Chapter VII of the […]

 

The Impact Of Sanctions On Iran’s Tourism

Volume 1, Issue 1, Number 4, Pages 44-54, Published Online October 20, 2013 Author(s): Banafsheh M. Farahani and Maryam Shabani ABSTRACT: Nowadays countries such as Iran, have been suffering from sanctions and economic crisis, which affect many industries of the country. The tourism industry is a section that has been […]

 

Is Negligible Absorbed Foreign Investment, Effective On GRP Growth?

Volume 1, Issue 1, Number 3, Pages 36-43, Published Online October 20, 2013 Author(s): Hassanali Aghajani, and Zahra Gholampoor, and Esmatosadat Taheri, and Fatemeh Yahyatabar ABSTRACT: The necessity of capital to maintain investment and also use of new potentials and opportunities in order to sustain growth and economic development is […]