On the Relationship Between Supply Chain and Transportation Network Equilibria :

  title={On the Relationship Between Supply Chain and Transportation Network Equilibria :},
  author={Anna Nagurney}
In this paper, we consider the relationship between supply chain network equilibrium and transportation network equilibrium. We demonstrate that a supply chain network equilibrium model introduced earlier can be reformulated as a transportation network equilibrium model with elastic demands through a supernetwork reformulation of the former. This equivalence allows us to transfer the wealth of methodological tools developed for transportation network equilibrium modeling, analysis, and… CONTINUE READING


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