Game-theoretic analysis of cooperation among supply chain agents: Review and extensions

@article{Nagarajan2008GametheoreticAO,
  title={Game-theoretic analysis of cooperation among supply chain agents: Review and extensions},
  author={Mahesh Nagarajan and Greys Sosic},
  journal={European Journal of Operational Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={187},
  pages={719-745}
}
This paper surveys some applications of cooperative game theory to supply chain management. Special emphasis is placed on two important aspects of cooperative games: profit allocation and stability. The paper first describes the construction of the set of feasible outcomes in commonly seen supply chain models, and then uses cooperative bargaining models to find allocations of the profit pie between supply chain partners. In doing so, several models are analyzed and surveyed, and include… CONTINUE READING
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