Published 2009 by [Supply Chain Management Centre], Indian Institute of Management in Bangalore .
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|Statement||by Siddharth Mahajan|
|Series||Working paper -- no. 287|
|Contributions||Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore. Supply Chain Management Centre|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche# (H)|
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|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged)|
|LC Control Number||2011321869|
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Lau and Lau () consider the newsboy problem with price dependent demand distributions. Also revenue sharing contracts are compared to other supply chain contracts. There are also models of price dependent demand in which a pricing decision and an inventory decision is jointly Author: Siddharth Mahajan.
An Option-Revenue Sharing Coordination Contract with Price and Sales Effort Dependent Demand. Iranian Journal of Management Studies, 13(2), doi: /ijms MLAAuthor: Masoud Rabbani, Neda Manavizadeh, Hamed Vafa Arani, Soroush Aghamohamadi-Bosjin.
An Option-Revenue Sharing Coordination Contract with Price and Sales Effort Dependent Demand Masoud Rabbani1, Neda Manavizadeh2, Hamed Vafa-Arani1, Soroush Aghamohamadi- Bosjin1 1.
Faculty of Industrial Engineering,University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran. Qinghua Pang, Yuer Chen, Yulu Hu, Three-Level Supply Chain Coordination under Disruptions Based on Revenue-Sharing Contract with Price Dependent Demand, Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society, //,(), ().Cited by: Revenue-Sharing (RS) contract is a kind of mechanism to improve the performance or to achieve the perfect coordination of supply chain (SC).
In view of the fact that an one- supplier one-retailer supply chain faces stochastic effort and price-dependent demand, a model of the revenue-sharing contract is established. The paper shows: whether the retailer or the supplier bears the cost of effort.
Considering the market demand is stochastic and dependent on price, this paper shows that the revenue-sharing contract could coordinate a three-level supply chain consisting of one manufacturer.
This paper deals with the problem of coordinating a vertically separated channel under a consignment contract with revenue sharing. We consider the demand of the downstream player, e.g., the retailer, being price and shelf-space sensitive.
Under such a setting, the retailer decides on the revenue-sharing percentage and the slotting fee. The market demand is assumed to be dependent on both the on‐hand stock and price, and the manufacturer and the retailer are in an agreement of lot‐for‐lot policy.
The proposed model is developed under the contract that the retailer offers the manufacturer a percentage of revenue (s)he generates by selling a lot.
Revenue sharing contract (RSC) is a coordination scheme that has attracted most of the attention of research and practice. One of its main strengths is the mitigation of the double marginalization effect when the demand depends on price because the wholesale and, consequently, retail price turns out to be lower than in a scenario without an RSC.
B.C. Giri, S. BardhanSupply chain coordination for a deteriorating item with stock and price-dependent demand under revenue sharing contract International Transactions in Operational Research, 19 (5) (), pp. Abstract: This paper investigates supply chain coordination by adapting revenue sharing, where two upstream suppliers sell their substitutable products through a common retailer, who faces a stochastic price dependent demand.
Each supplier could offer either a revenue sharing contract or a conventional wholesale price contract. We analyze the impact of retailer's share of channel cost and. The supplier must share in some of the buyer’s demand uncertainty. 8 Contracts A contract is an agreement between two parties.
Pricing contract types – Fixed price – Dependent price» Capturable uncertainty» Third party measures, indicators as surrogates – Alterable price either buyback contracts or revenue sharing contracts.
In particular, we characterize cases in which revenue sharing provides only a small improvement over the administratively cheaper wholesale price contract. Additionally, revenue sharing does not coordinate a supply chain with demand that depends on costly retail effort.
We develop a variation on revenue sharing for this setting. Coordinating Three-Level Supply Chain by Revenue-Sharing Contract with Sales Effort Dependent Demand Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society, Vol.
The Perils of Sharing Information in a Trade Association under a Strategic Wholesale Price. price-dependent demand) that those contracts cannot. We demonstrate that revenue sharing can also coordinate systems with multiple competing retail-ers.
Finally, we identify the limitations of revenue-sharing contracts to (at least partially) explain why they are not prevalent in all industries.
Abstract. Revenue-sharing contract is a kind of mechanism to improve performance or to achieve perfect coordination of supply chain. Considering a three-level supply chain consisting of a manufacturer, a distributor, and a retailer who faces a stochastic and sales effort dependent demand, the paper analyzes the impact of sales effort on supply chain coordination and expounds the reasons why.
– The purpose of this paper is to numerically analyze the coordinating mechanism of the revenue‐sharing contract in newsvendor products' supply chain. The contract considers stochastic and price‐dependent demand., – The paper presents an analytical model for supply chain contracts and then uses numerical methods with the Stackelberg game to identify the contracts' properties.
With a quantity-discount contract, the supplier earns the same profit no matter what the demand whereas with revenue sharing the supplier bears some demand risk. Revenue sharing is a valuable strategy in an industry such as video rentals where administrative costs are low and retail effort does not have much impact on demand.
Revenue-sharing contract can coordinate the supply chain without effort dependent demand so that optimal supply chain performance can be achieved . Successful applications of revenue-sharing contract in supply chain practice contribute to the growing of relevant researches to a large extent and the literature  is representative of this.
In the market, once consumers have a low-carbon preference, they will choose green low-carbon products. The market demand for green products is not only related to product price, but also consumers’ low-carbon preference. In this way, enterprise has to consider the cost of carbon emissions in the process of production and operation.
In this paper, we consider a two-level supply chain system. Under revenue sharing contracts, the supplier attracts the buyer to keep a higher inventory by offering a lower wholesale price in order to minimize lost sales.
Revenue sharing contracts are widely used in various industries (Mortimer, ). Not only the demand can be uncertain, sometimes the supply is also uncertain. Revenue sharing contract is a supply chain contract in which the manufacturer charges low wholesale price to the retailer and shares a fraction of revenue generated by the if no returns are allowed, everyone in the supply chain will be better off with this type of arrangement.
revenue-sharing contract can coordinate the three-level sup-ply chain. eorem means the revenue-sharing contract can work under normal environment with price dependent demand when and satisfy ().However,ifthesupplychain members are willing to use the revenue-sharing contract to coordinate supply chain in reality, their pro ts should.
A revenue-cost-sharing contract can coordinate the supply chain facing a stochastic demand depending on both retail price and advertising expenditures, if the following conditions hold: Proof. Substituting (36) into (34) and (35) and simplifying, we have From (37), it follows that, given, maximizes the retailer’s profit when, and.
We consider a quantity flexibility contract in a supply chain, under price dependent demand. The demand is random and follows a multiplicative model.
We show that the retail price that maximizes expected retailer profits, is higher than the price that would maximize profits if there was no demand uncertainty. We then show that if the wholesale price lies in a certain range, there is a. Revenue-Sharing vs.
Wholesale-Price Contracts in Assembly Systems with Random Demand Abstract: Assembly and kitting operations, as well as jointly sold products, are rather basic yet intriguing decentralized supply chains, where achieving coordination through appropriate incentives is very important, especially when demand is uncertain.
Coordinating a supply chain with effort and price dependent stochastic demand, Applied Mathematical Modelling, 33, – Crossref, ISI, Google Scholar; Hsueh, CF (). Improving corporate social responsibility in a supply chain through a new revenue sharing contract, International Journal of Production Economics,– The key contract parameters — cost sharing fraction, along with revenue sharing fraction and wholesale price are determined under explicit and implicit information of retailer's cost structure.
Finally, it is shown that range of cost sharing fraction that leads to win–win situation is independent of the format of cost structure of retailer. iterative best responses. When the revenue per unit demand is equal and sharing contract satisﬁes a type of symmetry, we further show that the Nash equilibrium is given by a solution to a convex optimization problem.
Finally, based on our analysis we present numerical results comparing the amount of investment with and without sharing agreements. Abstract. Considering the market demand is stochastic and dependent on price, this paper shows that the revenue-sharing contract could coordinate a three-level supply chain consisting of one manufacturer, one distributor, and one retailer under normal environment.
Question: 2) In A Revenue Sharing Supply Contract The Wholesale Order Quantity Is Units And The Wholesale Price Is $ The Retailer Selling Price Is $36 And The Clearance Price Is $ For The Demand Scenario Of 6, Units The Occurrence Probability Is Under a typical revenue-sharing contract a supplier charges a retailer a wholesale price per unit plus a percentage of the revenue the retailer generates from the unit.
However, with revenue sharing and the league’s lucrative broadcasting deals with the likes of ESPN, Fox and Turner Sports, a team needn’t sell out most of its home games to turn a profit. 10 Barrier: Time which implies Customer Segment RM for Multiple Customer Segments pL = the price charged to the lower price segment pH = the price charged to the higher price segment DH = mean demand for the higher price segment σH = standard deviation of demand for the higher price segment CH = capacity reserved for the higher price segment RH(CH) = expected marginal revenue from.
Authors typically receive royalties, which are revenue-sharing plans whereby the author receives a fraction of the revenues generated by the book. This compensation scheme provides the author an incentive to write a high-quality book in order to generate lots of sales for the firm, and thus lots of royalty income for the author.
The demand satisfying The demand satisfying F(x|p) before G(x|p) under disruptions disruptions With the traditional With the original revenue-sharing revenue-sharing contract contract The order quantity Q The expectation sale quantity S(Q, p) The retail price p The profit of supply chain n The demand.
In this paper, we consider the revenue sharing contract between supply chain actors in a multi-echelon supply chain, where the demand of the customers and retail price are fuzzy variables. The centralized decision making system and a coordinating contract, namely, the revenue sharing contract with fuzzy demand and asymmetric information are proposed.
Abstract We consider a supply chain involving one supplier and one retailer in which a revenue-sharing contract is adopted. Under this contract, the retailer can obtain the product from the supplier at a discounted price. As a compensation, the retailer must share his revenue with the supplier at a certain revenue-sharing rate, say r (0≤r≤1), where r represents the portion of the revenue.
The purpose of this paper is to explore the coordination mechanism of cost sharing for green food production and marketing between a food producer and a supplier who both contribute to the sales of green food.,This paper first develops demand functions for both a food supplier and a producer, considering their influence on green degree of food and associated consumers’ acceptances.
The theme park offers wholesale price contract and revenue sharing contract to the travel agents under each scenario. We find only in the Stackelberg-the set of travel agents leader scenario, travel agents would accept the revenue sharing contract and .Supply Chain Coordination with Revenue-Sharing Contracts: Strengths and Limitations.
with G rard P. Cachon. January, Click here to download PDF. Abstract. Under a revenue-sharing contract, a retailer pays a supplier a wholesale price for each unit purchased plus a percentage of the revenue the retailer generates.Three-Level Supply Chain Coordination under Disruptions Based on Revenue-Sharing Contract with Price Dependent Demand.
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