Supply Chain Management: Models, Applications, and Research Directions / Edition 1

Supply Chain Management: Models, Applications, and Research Directions / Edition 1

by Joseph Geunes
     
 

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ISBN-10: 144195211X

ISBN-13: 9781441952110

Pub. Date: 07/29/2011

Publisher: Springer US

Presents current research in the application of operations research and mathematical modeling techniques to problems arising in supply chain management and e-commerce. Written by mostly US-based industrial and systems engineers, the volume's 14 contributions are organized into three sections addressing the new and growing role of the Internet and e- commerce in supply

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Presents current research in the application of operations research and mathematical modeling techniques to problems arising in supply chain management and e-commerce. Written by mostly US-based industrial and systems engineers, the volume's 14 contributions are organized into three sections addressing the new and growing role of the Internet and e- commerce in supply chain management; the problems of coordinating the activities of different contributors within the supply chain; and models and applications for supply chain planning and design. Of likely interest to researchers in supply chain management, as well as to graduate level students. Annotation ©2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781441952110
Publisher:
Springer US
Publication date:
07/29/2011
Series:
Applied Optimization Series, #62
Edition description:
2010
Pages:
384
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

Preface. Part I: The Role of the Internet and e-Commerce in the Supply Chain. 1. Supply Chain Integration over the Internet; Hau L. Lee, Seungjin Whang. 2. Customer Service Models for Bricks, Clicks and in Between; D.J. Thomas. 3. B2B Markets: Procurement and Supplier Risk Management in E-Business; R. Akella, V.F. Araman, J. Kleinknecht. Part II: Supply Chain Coordination Models and Applications. 4. Managing Demand Uncertainty for Short Life Cycle Products Using Advance Booking Discount Programs; C.S. Tang, K. Rajaram, Jihong Ou. 5. Partial Quick Response Policies in a Supply Chain; C.E. Smith, S.M. Gilbert, A.N. Burnetas. 6. Using Revenue Sharing to Achieve Channel Coordination for a Newsboy Type Inventory Model; B.A. Pasternack. 7. Supply Chain Contracting and Coordination with Shelf-Space-Dependent Demand; Yunzeng Wang, Y. Gerchak. 8. SAM: A Decision Support System for Retail Supply Chain Planning for Private-Label Merchandise with Multiple Vendors; S.A. Smith, N. Agrawal, A.A. Tsay. 9. Coordinating the Distribution Chain: New Models for New Challenges; A. Balakrishnan, J. Geunes, M.S. Pangburn. Part III: Models and Applications for Supply Chain Planning and Design. 10. A Mathematical Programming Model for Global Supply Chain Management: Conceptual Approach and Managerial Insights; P. Kouvelis, M.J. Rosenblatt. 11. Manufacturing Planning over Alternative Facilities: Modeling, Analysis and Algorithms; S.D. Wu, H. Golbasi. 12. An Optimization Framework for Evaluating Logistics Costs in a Global Supply Chain: An applicationto the Commercial Aviation Industry; A.Z. Zeng. 13. The Supply Chain in the Forest Industry: Models and Linkages; A. Weintraub, R. Epstein. 14. The Benefits of Information Sharing in a Supply Chain: An Exploratory Simulation Study; T. Boone, R. Ganeshan, A. Stenger.

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