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    A Historical Analysis of the Evolution of Dominant Industrial Development Approaches in the Age of Pahlavi in Iran

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Hosseini, Siavash (Author) ; Souzanchi Kashani, Ebrahim (Supervisor)
    Our country in no measure is considered as an industrial one, despite its chain of small, medium and large industries. The vague, general “developing” term might be the best term to assign to economic-industrial condition of our country. We have a fairly limited number of big industrial firms (BIF) which could continue operation without state’s supports in a world BIFs are considered as the key indices in industrial development. The question comes to mind with reading what came above is this study’s main question, “What went wrong?”. This study follows the historical approach to the question through a comprehensive case study. Historical case-study thus is our main research approach here.... 

    State, institutional entrepreneurship and the creation of the biopharmaceutical industry in a developing country

    , Article Journal of Science and Technology Policy Management ; 2021 ; 20534620 (ISSN) Babaee, A ; Mashayekhi, A. N ; HamidiMotlagh, R ; Sharif University of Technology
    Emerald Group Holdings Ltd  2021
    Purpose: This study aims to explore the emergence and development of new industries, especially in the context of developing countries, by considering industry emergence and development as a large-scale institutional change or transition. Design/methodology/approach: The authors conducted an inductive case study research on the emergence of the biopharmaceutical industry in a developing country. The data on the emergence and development of Iran’s biopharmaceutical industry during 1990 and 2018 were collected through semi-structured interviews, participation in meetings, visits to companies and analysis of archival texts. The data analysis was an inductive and iterative process. Findings: In... 

    Formulating the Strategy of Technology Development for Tafton oven System

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Khanalipur, Esmaeel (Author) ; Kermanshah, Ali (Supervisor) ; Sayyedain Ardebili, Mahdi (Co-Advisor)
    Abundant lesions caused by many factors such as bread baking process, this is due to the heavy volume of liquidity in each year is wasted. Serious approach to the problem has not been provided. Thus the direction of a group of officials is to the replacement of voluminous bread instead of traditional bread. The problem of this approach is indeed erasing and eliminates the traditional bread basket of the consumer. The voluminous bread is a westerner product and thus, over time, in your own cooking technology is quite advanced. However, traditional bread product is completely Iranian and ancient and unfortunately, for various reasons, including the cost of bread, artisans desire to capitalize... 

    What happened to complex product systems literature over the last two decades: progresses so far and path ahead

    , Article Technology Analysis and Strategic Management ; Volume 30, Issue 8 , 2018 , Pages 948-966 ; 09537325 (ISSN) Safdari Ranjbar, M ; Park, T. Y ; Kiamehr, M ; Sharif University of Technology
    Routledge  2018
    Complex product systems (CoPS) industries largely contribute to industrial development, economic growth and creation of national wealth in both developed and developing economies. CoPS also show a number of specific characteristics as a distinctive category of industrial products in comparison with mass-produced consumer goods. These aspects have attracted the attention of scholars to study CoPS over the last two decades, resulting in a fairly extensive body of literature on the subject. However, there is a further need to connect research findings in this area, to illustrate a macro view of the development in the field, explore common themes, and identify possible paths into the future.... 

    Designing a Model to Implement Lean Management System in Iran Cement Industry. The Case of Kangan Cement Plant

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Shahidpour, Amin (Author) ; Houshmand, Mahmoud (Supervisor)
    Cement as a major industrial product plays an important role in the growth and development of countries. However, the economic condition in Iran has led to a decline of the production of this strategic product in recent years. At the moment, most of cement factories are faced with overproduction and inefficiency due to high production cost, broken financial situations, high energy cost, wages and overhead cost that have led to a serious crisis in cement industry. Scientific research must be carried out to find solutions to the present critical situation in the cement industry. The application of Lean Management System leads to a sustainable development of cement industry.In this study, a... 

    (Identifying Factors Influencing Industrial Programs Delay Case Study (South Pars Phase 17 & 18 Development

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Turkan, Masoud (Author) ; Haji Yakhchali, Siamak (Supervisor)
    Industrial programs are known as engine of development plans in Iran. These types of programs also known as mega projects that have multi dimension nature of the project. In fulfillment of doing mega project, consideration on many dimensions as several engineering process, complex project management issues, social responsibilities, cultural issues, and many other affecting dimensions should be done.As a point of view in successful project, the management (HAROLD KERZNER, 2006) requires finishing projects at cost, time, and quality and so on, but success of the industrial programs and mega projects also have effects on countries economy and improvements.For a country development, it is needed... 

    A Model for Energy Management in Cement Industries Development in Iran

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Reyazi, Ali Akbar (Author) ; kianfar, Farhad (Supervisor)
    Importance of consumption of energy and extraction of energy from its reserve in all over the world and whole industries lies in the fact that availability of fossil fuels is limited and demand of it in industries is huge. For the sake of life of industries, each industry sector should be expanded quantitatively, so growth of energy consumption is inevitable. Development of cement industry is effected in total energy demand and harmful pollutants in whole the country and limitation in energy supply and low level of reliability in energy supply cause the increase of cement production cost which will be effected negatively in relativity principle of prioritization in cement export due to... 

    Formulating directional industry strategies for renewable energies in developing countries: The case study of Iran's wind turbine industry

    , Article Renewable Energy ; Volume 39, Issue 1 , 2012 , Pages 299-306 ; 09601481 (ISSN) Bagheri Moghaddam, N ; Mousavi, S. M ; Moallemi, E. A ; Nasiri, M ; Sharif University of Technology
    This study seeks a method for formulating directional strategy of wind turbine industry in Iran. To this end, by initially evaluating various economic viewpoints concerning the development of industries, the necessity of government intervention is recognized. By defining the concepts of national industry policy, firm technology strategy, and national technology strategy, the role of directional industry strategy is then made clear. Furthermore, the six assumptions of emphasis on formulating strategy (rather than on formulating policy), emphasis on formulating directional strategy, model's prescriptivism, emphasis on formulating the strategy at the level of industry, Iran's being a developing... 

    Mathematical analysis of fuel cell strategic technologies development solutions in the automotive industry by the TOPSIS multi-criteria decision making method

    , Article International Journal of Hydrogen Energy ; Volume 36, Issue 20 , 2011 , Pages 13272-13280 ; 03603199 (ISSN) Sadeghzadeh, K ; Salehi, M. B ; Sharif University of Technology
    The mathematical techniques of decision making are among the most valuable outcomes of this research activity, which is generally referred to as realization in the operations, operational research or quantitative methods of decision making. Over time, with the increase in the complexity and the variety of decision making problems, the methods of decision making become more varied and will have more capability of problem solving. Multi-Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) is a collection of methodologies to compare, select, or rank multiple alternatives that involve incommensurate attributes. Technique for Order Preference by Similarity to Ideal Solution (TOPSIS) method is a multiple criteria... 

    Merging the Porter's diamond model with SWOT method in order to analyze the Iranian technology parks competitiveness level

    , Article 2008 Portland International Center for Management of Engineering and Technology, Technology Management for a Sustainable Economy, PICMET '08, Cape Town, 27 July 2008 through 31 July 2008 ; 2008 , Pages 276-283 ; 9781890843175 (ISBN) Naserbakht, M ; Asgharizadeh, E ; Mohaghar, A ; Naserbakht, J ; Sharif University of Technology
    Purpose: This research attempts to formulate an analytical model for the studying and assessment of necessary factors that have strong effects on the level of Iranian Technology Park competitiveness. The result of this model leads to increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of Technology Parks planning stage. Methodology/Approach: The main framework of this research is based on studying the projects and research, which in their methods use the Porter's diamond model or SWOT analytical method. On the other hand, this framework is customized for the future needs of Technology Parks and clarifies the kind of information that must be gathered. Finding: Identification of the core competencies... 

    Determination of optimal renewable energy growth strategies using SWOT analysis, hybrid MCDM methods, and game theory: a case study

    , Article International Journal of Energy Research ; 2021 ; 0363907X (ISSN) Almutairi, K ; Hosseini Dehshiri, J ; Hosseini Dehshiri, S ; Mostafaeipour, A ; Hoa, A. X ; Techato, K ; Sharif University of Technology
    John Wiley and Sons Ltd  2021
    Due to population growth and industrial development, Iran is facing the challenge of energy supply in various industrial, power plant, agricultural, and residential sectors. While most of Iran's energy supply comes from fossil fuels, these fuels have devastating environmental impacts. Therefore, Iran has to invest more in its renewable energy sources. Given that many locations of Iran have significant wind, solar, and geothermal potential, this study used a combination of SWOT, multicriteria decision-making approaches, and game theory to identify the best renewable energy development plans for the country. The Stepwise Weight Assessment Ratio Analysis (SWARA) technique was applied to weight... 

    The tolerance level of the ecosystem as a limited constrain in the development planning

    , Article Ecological Indicators ; Volume 132 , 2021 ; 1470160X (ISSN) Bararzadeh Ledari, M ; Saboohi, Y ; Azamian, S ; Sharif University of Technology
    Elsevier B.V  2021
    There are several methods for assessing ecosystem tolerance level, each method is defined according to the target of the ecosystem development. This paper seeks a way to plan for the development of the existing ecosystems modified for human activities. For this purpose, two methods have been applied to assess the effects of local development on the local ecosystem tailored to the different demands. Thus, after gathering data in a coastal region all technologies being capable to be applied in this region regarding ecotourism development (population growth) were determined. Via different indicators, the quality of the ecosystem was evaluated. The Ecosystem Quality Index (EQI) and Technique for...