Ali Diabat
Ali Diabat
Professor of Engineering, New York University Abu Dhabi
Verified email at NYU.edu
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An analysis of the drivers affecting the implementation of green supply chain management
A Diabat, K Govindan
Resources, conservation and recycling 55 (6), 659-667, 2011
9762011
Integrated fuzzy multi criteria decision making method and multi-objective programming approach for supplier selection and order allocation in a green supply chain
D Kannan, R Khodaverdi, L Olfat, A Jafarian, A Diabat
Journal of Cleaner production 47, 355-367, 2013
6052013
A fuzzy multi criteria approach for evaluating green supplier's performance in green supply chain with linguistic preferences
L Shen, L Olfat, K Govindan, R Khodaverdi, A Diabat
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 74, 170-179, 2013
4082013
A carbon footprint based reverse logistics network design model
D Kannan, A Diabat, M Alrefaei, K Govindan, G Yong
Resources, conservation and recycling 67, 75-79, 2012
2742012
Analysis of enablers for implementation of sustainable supply chain management–A textile case
A Diabat, D Kannan, K Mathiyazhagan
Journal of cleaner production 83, 391-403, 2014
2562014
Supply chain risk management and its mitigation in a food industry
A Diabat, K Govindan, VV Panicker
International Journal of Production Research 50 (11), 3039-3050, 2012
2552012
Green supply chains with carbon trading and environmental sourcing: Formulation and life cycle assessment
T Abdallah, A Farhat, A Diabat, S Kennedy
Applied Mathematical Modelling 36 (9), 4271-4285, 2012
2482012
Analyzing the drivers of green manufacturing with fuzzy approach
K Govindan, A Diabat, KM Shankar
Journal of Cleaner Production 96, 182-193, 2015
2402015
Analysis of interaction between the barriers for the implementation of sustainable supply chain management
S Al Zaabi, N Al Dhaheri, A Diabat
The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 68 (1-4), 895-905, 2013
1852013
Overview of coordination contracts within forward and reverse supply chains
K Govindan, MN Popiuc, A Diabat
Journal of cleaner production 47, 319-334, 2013
1832013
A genetic algorithm approach for location-inventory-routing problem with perishable products
A Hiassat, A Diabat, I Rahwan
Journal of manufacturing systems 42, 93-103, 2017
1782017
A carbon-capped supply chain network problem
A Diabat, D Simchi-Levi
2009 IEEE international conference on industrial engineering and engineering …, 2009
1752009
An exploration of green supply chain practices and performances in an automotive industry
A Diabat, R Khodaverdi, L Olfat
The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 68 (1), 949-961, 2013
1622013
Sustainable supply chain design: a closed-loop formulation and sensitivity analysis
T Abdallah, A Diabat, D Simchi-Levi
Production Planning & Control 23 (2-3), 120-133, 2012
1512012
Using AHP to evaluate barriers in adopting sustainable consumption and production initiatives in a supply chain
S Luthra, SK Mangla, L Xu, A Diabat
International Journal of Production Economics 181, 342-349, 2016
1492016
Strategic closed-loop facility location problem with carbon market trading
A Diabat, T Abdallah, A Al-Refaie, D Svetinovic, K Govindan
IEEE Transactions on engineering Management 60 (2), 398-408, 2012
1452012
A reverse logistics network design
A Alshamsi, A Diabat
Journal of Manufacturing Systems 37, 589-598, 2015
1242015
A multi-criteria optimization approach to manage environmental issues in closed loop supply chain network design
K Garg, D Kannan, A Diabat, PC Jha
Journal of Cleaner Production 100, 297-314, 2015
1232015
A decision making trial and evaluation laboratory approach to analyze the barriers to Green Supply Chain Management adoption in a food packaging company
Z Wang, K Mathiyazhagan, L Xu, A Diabat
Journal of Cleaner Production 117, 19-28, 2016
1222016
Combining GIS with multicriteria decision making for siting water harvesting ponds in Northern Jordan
R Al-Adamat, A Diabat, G Shatnawi
Journal of Arid Environments 74 (11), 1471-1477, 2010
1222010
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