Production economics and process quality : A Taguchi perspective

  title={Production economics and process quality : A Taguchi perspective},
  author={Ram Ganeshan and Shailesh Kulkarni and Tonya Boone},
Although several studies have analyzed the interaction between the economics of production and process quality, most of them view quality from a very traditional perspective } reject when outside speci"ed limits, or else accept. Recent views on quality have shown that such a de"nition greatly underestimates the costs of poor quality and leads to sub-optimal decisions. The primary intent in this paper is to revisit this interaction of the economics of production with process quality from a non… CONTINUE READING

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