Decision making in economic, political, social, and technological environments with the analytic hierarchy process
RWS Publications, Jun 1, 1994 - Business & Economics - 330 pages
This book is a collection of selected applications of the AHP on economics, social and political sciences, and technological design. This volume along with other volumes on decision making, planning, conflict resolution and forecasting, rounds out the diversity of application areas.
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abortion admissions agricultural allocation alternatives analysis Analytic Hierarchy Process applications approach Average benefits cable-stayed bridges catamaran chapter Comparison Matrix composite considered construction conventional adjustment costs countries criteria criterion decision determine econometric econometric models economic Eigenvector for Power elements environment environmental estimated evaluation example Expert Choice factors Figure forces forecasting future goal growth identified impact included increase infertility inflation rate influence investment issues judgments LDCs macroeconomic matrix Ml Ml monetarist municipal solid waste needs objectives obtain old growth forest options outcome pairwise comparisons Pennsylvania percent Pittsburgh planning political pontoon potential priorities problem procedure projects ranked ratio scale recovery recycling relative importance risk riverboat gambling rudder Saaty scale scenario second level sector segments selection solid waste Soviet Union space spotted owl strength structure subcriteria subfactors Sudan Table technology transfer Tied-arch bridge transport trap turnaround weights