At a time when international acquisitions are booming, managers have never before needed new ways to identify and analyze new sites for their newly combined organizations as they do now. Schniederjans combines acquisition and location analysis into one unique volume, to create a new approach based on multifunction sharing of information to help optimize the location selection decision. Included are applications of methodologies just now emerged from the academic literature and quantitative examples to enable managers to apply them quickly. With appendices providing important information on international sources, the book will be essential reading for upper management and others involved in developing plans for the corporation's expansion and growth.LP Model for Sample 1FAaamp;LA Problem Maximize: Z= 50*1 + 30x2+60x3 + 10Qx4 subject to: 0.05*i + 0.10x2+ 0.07*3 + 0.2Qx4alt;0.10 l*i + 2*2+ 3*3 + 4x4 alt; 3 0.1aamp;xi+ 0.25x2+ 0.07*3+ 0.02*4 alt; 0.1 5 3xl+ \X2+ 2*3+ 4*4alt;3 7, 000xi + 12, 000 x2+anbsp;...
|Title||:||International Facility Acquisition and Location Analysis|
|Author||:||Marc J. Schniederjans|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1999-01-01|