A dynamic game on Green Supply Chain Management

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Khademi, Mehrnoosh; Ferrara, Massimiliano; Pansera, Bruno; Salimi, Mehdi;
(2015)
  • Subject: Mathematics - Optimization and Control | Quantitative Finance - Economics

In this paper, we establish a dynamic game to allocate CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) to the members of a supply chain. We propose a model of three-tier supply chain in decentralized state that is including supplier, manufacturer and retailer. For analyzing suppl... View more
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