Mahour Mellat-Parast

TitleAssistant Professor

DepartmentApplied Engineering Technology Department

Phone336-285-3111

Fax336-334-7704

Emailmahour@ncat.edu

OfficeSmith Hall
Room: 4018

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Mahour Mellat-Parast

Education

Ph D: Industrial and Management Systems Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2006

MS: Decision Science/ Management Science, University of Science and Technology, 1999

BS: Systems Analysis and Design, Sharif University of Technology, 1996


Research Interests

Supply chain risk and resilience Product and Process Innovation


Recent Publications

Kamalahmadi, Masoud  Parast, Mahour  (2017).  An assessment of supply chain disruption mitigation strategies.  (184,  pp. 210-230).

Kamalahmadi, Masoud  Parast, Mahour  (2016).  A review of the literature on the principles of enterprise and supply chain resilience: major findings and directions for future research.   International Journal of Production Economics.

Kamalahmadi, Masoud  Parast, Mahour  (2016).  Developing a resilient supply chain through supplier flexibility and reliability assessment.   International Journal of Production Research.

Nooraie, Vahid  Parast, Mahour  (2016).  Mitigating supply chain disruptions through the assessment of trade-offs among risks, costs, and investments in capabilities.   International Journal of Production Economics.

Parast, Mahour  (2015).  A longitudinal assessment of the Baldrige criteria using independent reviewers scores,.   International Journal of Production Economics.

Parast, Mahour  (2015).  Linking business strategy to service failures and financial performance: empirical evidence from the US domestic airline industry,.   Journal of Operation Management.

Parast, Mahour  Linking quality citizenship to process design: A quality management perspective,. 

Parast, Mahour  The strategy-integration-performance linkage in logistics and supply chain management. 

Parast, Mahour  An institutional theory of buyer-supplier quality and performance: the effect of strategic alliance.