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Stackelberg Game Theory Model with Price and Shelf Space Dependent Demand under Revenue Sharing Contract

Mansureh Mohammadi; Mohammad Reza Gholamian

Volume 21, Issue 68 , May 2023, , Pages 9-42


  This paper focuses on supply chain coordination under a revenue sharing contract. Demand plays a crucial role in modeling inventory systems, particularly in the retail industry where products need to be brought in and taken out of retail stores within specified timeframes. The question addressed is how ...  Read More

Pricing process in industrial clusters using genetic algorithm

Fatemeh Mojibian

Volume 19, Issue 62 , September 2021, , Pages 1-22


  It’s more than one decade that industrial development based on the structure of industrial clusters as a new strategy has been planned and administrated by developed industrialized countries. Considering the importance of the role of industrial clusters in economic development programs, providing ...  Read More

Competitive Supply Chain Design Considering Supply Disruption: A Case of the Decorative Stones Supply Chain

Milad Yari; Mir Saman Pishvaee; Armin Jabbarzadeh

Volume 16, Issue 48 , April 2018, , Pages 31-53


  The main aim of this paper is to provide a model for supply chain design of decorative stones in competitive conditions by taking into account the risk of the disruption. The main tools used in this study are mathematical programming and game theory which Stackelberg game is often used for competitive ...  Read More

Product pricing in two-echelon supply chain using game theory in intuitionistic fuzzy environment

Ameneh Khadivar; Adel Azar; Fatemeh Mojibian

Volume 14, Issue 43 , January 2017, , Pages 1-25


  By applying fuzzy set theory in game theory, player’s strategies are determined by fuzzy variable with a definite membership function, where the degree of non-membership is stated by supplement of degree of membership, while determining the value of uncertain parameters of decisions may be associated ...  Read More

Design of Bi-Level Programming Model for a Decentralized Production-Distribution Supply Chain with Cooperative Advertising

Omid Amirtaheri; Mostafa Zandieh; Behrouz Dorri

Volume 14, Issue 41 , July 2016, , Pages 1-38


  In this paper, we investigate a decentralized manufacturer-distributer supply chain. In addition to global advertisement, the manufacturer participates in the local advertising expenditures of distributer. Bi-level programming approach is applied to model the relationship between the manufacturer and ...  Read More