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Information sharing has been regarded as an effective remedy to counteract supply chain dynamics, especially in the current era with advanced information technology. While sharing inventory information among supply chain members would certainly help to improve a supply chain's performance, the...
Many a firm today continually evaluates the performance of its supply chain in order to check whether the supply chain needs to be re-designed with respect to the customers' needs and requirements. Due to the inherent differences in a traditional supply chain and a reverse/closed-loop supply...
We study a modification of the Black-Scholes equation allowing for uncertain volatility. The model leads to a partial differential equation with non-linear dependence upon the highest derivative. Under certain assumptions, we show existence and uniqueness of a solution to the Cauchy problem.
Nepal's unique geographical features, frequent political disturbances, strikes, a limited and complicated road network, frequent road breakdowns, government interventions as well as a volatile international oil market make the supply chain of Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) rather unique. We analyse...
In the last decade, research in reverse logistics has rapidly grown in both academia and business driven by factors such as economics, environmental legislations and corporate citizenship. Particularly in academic research, a variety of quantitative models have been proposed to address reverse...
The use of 3PL services providers is increasing globally to accomplish the strategic objectives. In the increasingly competitive environment, logistics strategic management requires systematic and structured approach to have cutting edge over the rival. Logistics management with benchmark...
Competitive facility location problems involve identifying the best location of a facility that can capture maximum market share in the presence of competition. One of the most popular models for competitive facility location, namely the Huff model, considers only two factors for deciding a good...
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