Supply Chain Coordination under Uncertainty

Supply Chain Coordination under Uncertainty
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Tsan-Ming Choi
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International Handbooks on Information Systems

Channel coordination is a core subject of supply chain management. Over the past decade, much research effort has been devoted to exploring the detailed mechanisms for achieving supply chain coordination under uncertainty, generating many fruitful analytical and empirical results. Despite the abundance of research results, there is an absence of a comprehensive reference source that provides state-of-the-art findings on both theoretical and applied research on the subject. In addition, with the advance of knowledge and technologies, many new topics on supply chain coordination under uncertainty have appeared in recent years. This handbook extensively examines supply chain coordination challenges with a focal point on discovering innovative measures that can help tackle the existing and emerging challenges. The book is organized into five parts, which include chapters on innovative analytical models for coordination, channel power and bargaining, technological advancements and applications, empirical analysis, cases studies and review. This handbook provides new empirical and analytical results with precious insights, which will not only help supply chain agents to understand more about the latest measures for supply chain coordination under uncertainty, but also help practitioners and researchers to know how to improve supply chain performance based on innovative methods.
Includes cutting-edge research in the area by top-tier researchers all around the world.

Part I Introduction and Review. - 1.1a. Coordination of Supply Chains with Risk-Averse Agents, Xianghua Gan, Houmin Yan, Suresh P. Sethi. - 1.1b. Addendum to "Coordination of Supply Chains with Risk-Averse Agents" , Xianghua Gan, Houmin Yan, Suresh P. Sethi. - 1.2. A Review on Supply Chain Coordination: Coordination Mechanisms, Managing Uncertainty and Research Directions, Arshinder Kaur, Arun Kanda, S.G. Deshmukh. - 1.3. Control Policies for Multi-Echelon Inventory Systems with Stochastic Demand, Qinan Wang. - 1.4. Supply Chain Models with Active Acquisition and Remanufacturing, Xiang Li, Yongjian Li. - Part II Analytical Models for Innovative Coordination under Uncertainty. - 2.1. Facilitating Demand Risk-Sharing with the Percent Deviation Contract, Matthew J. Drake, Julie L. Swann. - 2.2. Value-added Retailer in a Mixed Channel: Asymmetric Information and Contract Design, Samar K. Mukhopadhyay, Xiaowei Zhu, Xiaohang Yue. - 2.3 Capacity Management and Price Discrimination under Demand Uncertainty using Option Contracts, Fang Fang, Andrew B. Whinston. - 2.4. Dynamic Procurement, Quantity Discounts, and Supply Chain Efficiency, Feryal Erhun, Pinar Keskinocak, Sridhar Tayur. - 2.5. Coordination of the Supplier-Retailer Relationship in a Multi-period Setting: The Additional Ordering Cost Contract, Nicola Bellantuono, Ilaria Giannoccaro, Pierpaolo Pontrandolfo. - 2.6. Use of Supply Chain Contract to Motivate Selling Effort, Samar K. Mukhopadhyay, Xuemei Su. - 2.7. Price and Warranty Competition in a Duopoly Supply Chain, Santanu Sinha, S.P. Sarmah. - 2.8. Supply Chain Coordination for Newsvendor-type Products with Two Ordering Opportunities, Yong-Wu Zhou, Sheng-Dong Wang. - Part III Channel Power, Bargaining and Coordination. - 3.1. Bargaining in a Two-Stage Supply Chain through Revenue-Sharing Contract, Jing Hou, Amy Z. Zeng. - 3.2. Should a Stackelberg-Dominated Supply-Chain Player Help Her Dominant Opponent to Obtain Better System-Parameter Knowledge? Jian-Cai Wang, Amy Hing Ling Lau, Hon-Shiang Lau. - 3.3. Supply Chain Coordination under Demand Uncertainty Using Credit Option, S. Kamal Chaharsooghi, Jafar Heydari. - 3.4. Supply Chain Coordination under Consignment Contract with Revenue Sharing, Sijie Li, Jia Shu, Lindu Zhao. - Part IV Technological Advancements and Applications in Supply Chain Coordination. 4.1. DEAL - A Heuristic Approach for Collaborative Planning in Detailed Scheduling, J. Benedikt Scheckenbach. - 4.2. Inventory Record Inaccuracy, RFID Technology Adoption and Supply Chain Coordination, H. Sebastian Heese. - 4.3. Possibilistic mixed integer linear programming approach for production allocation and distribution supply chain network problem in the consumer goods industry, Bilge Bilgen. - 4.4. Coordination of Converging Material Flows under Conditions of Uncertainty in Supply Chains, Liesje De Boeck, Nico Vandaele. - Part V Empirical Analysis and Case Studies. - 5.1. Bioenergy Systems and Supply Chains in Europe: Conditions, Capacity and Coordination, Kes McMormick. - 5.2. Three is a Crowd: On the Benefits of Involving Contract Manufacturers in Collaborative Planning for Three-Echelon Supply Networks, Henka Akkermans, Kim van Oorschot, Winfried Peeters. - 5.3. Managing IT Suppliers: A Capability-Based Approach, Carlos Brito, Mafalda Nogueira. - 5.4. Methodology for Assessing Collaboration Strategies and Incentives in the pulp and Paper Industry, Nadia Lehoux, Sophie D'Amours, André Langevin.

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