Identification of Factors Affecting the Privatization of Iran's Gas Refining Industry; an Integrated Approach Delphi- DEMATEL: Parsian Gas Refinery Co.

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   In this article, the results of special effects of privatization of Iranian Gas refining industry with Delphi-DEMATEL integrative approach are presented. According to the results of this research in Delphi technique base, all together, experts recognize 39 pivotal factors in privatization of the Gas refining companies. Then by the aids of DEMATEL technique, in previous step, according to experts view, effective abstract factors, were prioritized by graph theory.
   So, the terms among factors the way and intensity impact on their mutual affect of results. According to the result of this research, coherence and concordance among all political sections have the most affection of privatization from legislation to execution and supervisor and reliance and rived participation of private section, by glassiness, justice and preparing equal chance for all, have the highest impression ability.

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