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Using game theory and fuzzy MCDM to choose strategic orientation in uphold of private sector by approach balanced scorecard: Iranian industries

During the past few years, balanced scorecard (BSC) has been widely used among academicians and researchers involved in strategic management and managerial accounting. The BSC uses four perspectives which reflect firm value creation activities: learning and growth perspective, internal/business proc... Full description

Year of Publication: 2011
Authors: Jafari-Eskandari, Meisam; Aliahmadi, Ali Reza; Jalali-Naini, Seyed Gholamreza
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International Journal of Services, Economics and Management.- Inderscience Enterprises Ltd, ISSN 1753-0822. - Vol. 3.2011, 4, p. 411-426
Publisher: Inderscience Enterprises Ltd
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Subjects: BSC | balanced scorecard | cooperative game theory | evaluation performance | FAHP | fuzzy AHP | case studies | analytical hierarchy process | multicriteria decision making | fuzzy MCDM | Iran
Type of Publication: Article
Title record from database: RePEc - Research Papers in Economics
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Summary: During the past few years, balanced scorecard (BSC) has been widely used among academicians and researchers involved in strategic management and managerial accounting. The BSC uses four perspectives which reflect firm value creation activities: learning and growth perspective, internal/business process perspective, customer perspective, and finally financial perspective. Balance scorecard has many advantages but it also suffers from some drawbacks features. We propose an interaction method among different strategic agents of scorecard as players providing a methodology for collaboration among different players to reduce any inconsistency.
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