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Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Improvement of an Analytic Hierarchy Process for Intermediaries Choice in the Supply Chain
Strategic Management in Logistics
(Master’s programme)
Keywords: Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP), Thomas L. Saaty, Modified Analytic Hierarchy Process (MAHP), Z-AHP, FAHP, intermediaries’ choice, supply chains.

Final qualification work is devoted to the improvement of analytic hierarchy process for intermediaries’ choice at supply chains.

The first chapter is dedicated to the analysis of the definitions of «supply chain», «intermediary at supply chains». Also, there are reviewed the existing types of logistics intermediaries and an original analytic hierarchy process is analyzed step-by-step.

At the second chapter, there is reviewed briefly a literature review, which is established with the improvement of an original analytic hierarchy process. In addition, there were given examples, which could help to identify an inaccuracy of the original analytic hierarchy process.

The third chapter provides the information about approbation of modified analytic hierarchy process.

The final qualification work contains 68 pages, 54 tables, and 3 figures.

The main aim of the work is an improvement of analytic hierarchy process for a decision of the problem of selection of the intermediaries at supply chains.

A scientific novelty of final qualification work contains the results, which are revealed an inaccuracy at the original analytic hierarchy process. At this final qualification work, there is proposed a new modified model, which will allow obtaining more accurate assessments of the problem of selection of the intermediaries at supply chains.

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