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In most deterministic manufacturing decision models, demand is either known or induced by pricing decisions in the period that the demand is experienced. However, in more realistic market scenarios consumers make purchase decisions with respect to price, not only in the current period, but also in past and future periods. We model a joint(More)
The risk of supply disruption increases as firms seek to procure from cheaper, but unproven, suppliers. We model a supply chain consisting of a single buyer and two suppliers, both of whom compete for the buyer's order and face risk of supply disruption. One supplier is comparatively more reliable but also more expensive, while the other unreliable one is(More)
W e introduce and analyze a model that explicitly considers the timing effect of intertemporal pricing— the concept, found in practice, that demand during a sale is increasing in the time since the last sale. We present structural results that characterize the interaction between the decision to hold a sale and the inventory-ordering decision. We show that(More)
We study a single-resource multi-class revenue management problem where the resource consumption for each class is random and only revealed at departure. The model is motivated by cargo revenue management problems in the airline and other shipping industries. We study how random resource consumption distribution affects the optimal expected profit and(More)
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