Gökhan Eğilmez
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Sustainability assessment of US manufacturing sectors: an economic input output-based frontier approach
G Egilmez, M Kucukvar, O Tatari
Journal of Cleaner Production 53, 91-102, 2013
Supply chain sustainability assessment of the US food manufacturing sectors: A life cycle-based frontier approach
G Egilmez, M Kucukvar, O Tatari, MKS Bhutta
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 82, 8-20, 2014
Integration of system dynamics approach toward deepening and broadening the life cycle sustainability assessment framework: a case for electric vehicles
NC Onat, M Kucukvar, O Tatari, G Egilmez
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 21, 1009-1034, 2016
Towards greening the US residential building stock: a system dynamics approach
NC Onat, G Egilmez, O Tatari
Building and Environment 78, 68-80, 2014
Benchmarking road safety of US states: A DEA-based Malmquist productivity index approach.
G Egilmez, D McAvoy
Accident; analysis and prevention 53, 55, 2013
A dynamic modeling approach to highway sustainability: Strategies to reduce overall impact
G Egilmez, O Tatari
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 46 (7), 1086-1096, 2012
Energy-climate-manufacturing nexus: New insights from the regional and global supply chains of manufacturing industries
M Kucukvar, B Cansev, G Egilmez, NC Onat, H Samadi
Applied energy 184, 889-904, 2016
A fuzzy data envelopment analysis framework for dealing with uncertainty impacts of input–output life cycle assessment models on eco-efficiency assessment
G Egilmez, S Gumus, M Kucukvar, O Tatari
Journal of cleaner production 129, 622-636, 2016
Stochastic decision modeling for sustainable pavement designs
M Kucukvar, M Noori, G Egilmez, O Tatari
The international journal of life cycle assessment 19, 1185-1199, 2014
Sustainability assessment of US final consumption and investments: triple-bottom-line input–output analysis
M Kucukvar, G Egilmez, O Tatari
Journal of cleaner production 81, 234-243, 2014
Transportation related carbon, energy and water footprint analysis of US manufacturing: An eco-efficiency assessment
G Egilmez, YS Park
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 32, 143-159, 2014
Ranking the sustainability performance of pavements: An intuitionistic fuzzy decision making method
M Kucukvar, S Gumus, G Egilmez, O Tatari
Automation in Construction 40, 33-43, 2014
Environmental sustainability benchmarking of the US and Canada metropoles: An expert judgment-based multi-criteria decision making approach
G Egilmez, S Gumus, M Kucukvar
Cities 42, 31-41, 2015
Environmental efficiency assessment of US transport sector: A slack-based data envelopment analysis approach
YS Park, SH Lim, G Egilmez, J Szmerekovsky
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 61, 152-164, 2018
Evaluating environmental impacts of alternative construction waste management approaches using supply-chain-linked life-cycle analysis
M Kucukvar, G Egilmez, O Tatari
Waste Management & Research 32 (6), 500-508, 2014
Emergy and end-point impact assessment of agricultural and food production in the United States: A supply chain-linked Ecologically-based Life Cycle Assessment
YS Park, G Egilmez, M Kucukvar
Ecological indicators 62, 117-137, 2016
Benchmarking OECD countries’ sustainable development performance: A goal-specific principal component analysis approach
S Lamichhane, G Eğilmez, R Gedik, MKS Bhutta, B Erenay
Journal of Cleaner Production 287, 125040, 2021
A novel life cycle-based principal component analysis framework for eco-efficiency analysis: case of the United States manufacturing and transportation nexus
YS Park, G Egilmez, M Kucukvar
Journal of Cleaner Production 92, 327-342, 2015
Life cycle assessment and optimization-based decision analysis of construction waste recycling for a LEED-certified university building
M Kucukvar, G Egilmez, O Tatari
Sustainability 8 (1), 89, 2016
A global, scope-based carbon footprint modeling for effective carbon reduction policies: Lessons from the Turkish manufacturing
M Kucukvar, G Egilmez, NC Onat, H Samadi
Sustainable Production and Consumption 1, 47-66, 2015
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