Tina Wakolbinger

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F each point of a road network, let there be given the number of cars starting from it, and the destination of the cars. Under these conditions one wishes to estimate the distribution of traffic flow. Whether one street is preferable to another depends not only on the quality of the road, but also on the density of the flow. If every driver takes the path(More)
This paper develops a framework for the analysis of the optimal levels of corporate social responsibility activities in a multiperiod supply chain network consisting of manufacturers, retailers, and consumers. Manufacturers and retailers determine their production quantities, transaction quantities, and the amount of social responsibility activities they(More)
Social Networks with Risk Management Jose M. Cruz Department of Operations and Information Management School of Business University of Connecticut Storrs, Connecticut 06269 and Anna Nagurney and Tina Wakolbinger Department of Finance and Operations Management Isenberg School of Management University of Massachusetts Amherst, Massachusetts 01003 revised(More)
In this paper, we propose a rigorous dynamic supernetwork theory for the integration of social networks with financial networks with intermediation in the presence of electronic transactions. We consider decision-makers with sources of funds, financial intermediaries, as well as demand markets for the various financial products. Through a multilevel(More)
Applying agent-based modeling and simulation (ABMS) methodology, this paper analyzes the impact of alternative production–sales policies on the diffusion of a new generic product and the generated NPV of profit. The key features of the ABMS model, that captures the marketplace as a complex adaptive system, are: (i) supply chain capacity is constrained; (ii)(More)
Faced with large humanitarian emergencies like the earthquakes in Haiti and Japan, aid agencies have to decide how to collect money for their relief work. They can either decide to establish a special fund for the emergency and allow for earmarked donations or they can only allow for unearmarked donations. In this paper, we analyze impacts of this decision(More)
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