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The Architecture of a Decision Support Software System for Sustainable Projects Selection

Felicia Alina Dinu ()
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Felicia Alina Dinu: Department of Economic Sciences „Nicolae Titulescu” University, Bucharest

Global Economic Observer, 2017, vol. 5, issue 1

Abstract: Considering the contemporary economic environment, integrating sustainability in project management doesn’t rely only on carrying out socially responsible investments, but to the integration of principles specific to sustainable development thorough projects’ life cycle, and especially in the decision making process carried out with the aim of selecting the optimal variant. In today's economy the decision for investment must be taken following given criteria that will reflect project’s sustainability, and to have a portfolio of sustainable projects it is necessary to carry out a selection under uncertainty and multi-criteria conditions.Recognizing the importance for integrating sustainability during the evaluation process and for selecting the investment projects, and the rising interest for understanding and integrating this approach within organizations, highlights the utility of a software application based on which management could handle the decision making processes in the most efficient way.

Keywords: decision-making; informatics; investment; model; project; software; sustainability. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017-06
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