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jabale M, Hassan pour H A. Identifying and prioritizing public Commodities Producers and distributors based on agility and value criteria using a multi-criteria decision-making models. Journal title 2018; 2 (6) :33-48
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Imam Hossein University
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The use of multi-criteria decision-making models for determining the agility and observance the pivotal-Islamic values in determining the weights and ranking key elements of the supply chain is the most important issues in organizations. Hence, in this paper a multi-criteria decision-making models for determining the agility and observance the pivotal values in determining the weights producers and distributors has been used for conversion explanatory variables to quantitative numbers and appropriate economic analysis. In order to provide suggested model, two-level supply chain composed of three producers (with three different products) and two distribution is assumed. In assessing the twelve criteria agility and value "sensitivity and responsiveness to market, flexibility, speed, quality products and services, competence, IT management, bailment, serving, justice, truth, public interests and care and self-control "was confirmed by experts. In this article, the results for a case study presented and to prove the validity and reliability of the research is used from lashe and Cronbach's alpha formula.
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: Special
Received: 2017/09/11 | Accepted: 2018/02/5 | Published: 2018/03/4

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