Bullwhip effect and supply chain costs with low- and high-quality information on inventory shrinkage

@article{Dai2016BullwhipEA,
  title={Bullwhip effect and supply chain costs with low- and high-quality information on inventory shrinkage},
  author={Hongyan Dai and Jianbin Li and Nina Yan and Weihua Zhou},
  journal={European Journal of Operational Research},
  year={2016},
  volume={250},
  pages={457-469}
}
Inventory inaccuracy is the mismatch between the recorded inventory and the physical inventory, which is severe and widespread in industry. A few studies have investigated the bullwhip effect with the existence of inventory inaccuracy. The development of information technologies has provided companies with access to accurate inventory information in real time. This will surely affect the bullwhip effect and supply chain costs. The aim of this paper is to build an analytical model to… CONTINUE READING

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