Strategy of Recycling Waste Resource with Governmental Incentives and Funds

  title={Strategy of Recycling Waste Resource with Governmental Incentives and Funds},
  author={Zhaoyun Tian},
  journal={2011 International Conference of Information Technology, Computer Engineering and Management Sciences},
  • Zhaoyun Tian
  • Published 2011 in
    2011 International Conference of Information…
The collection of used products and subsequent remanufacturing has been increasingly encouraged by government incentives and funds. Assuming new products stochastic demands and end-of-products stochastic returns, a reverse supply chain recycling system led by government is established. Recycling fund from manufacturers, government subsidies and a target rebate-punish contract between government and recyclers are designed. Based on games theory and optimization theory, the optimal decisions are… CONTINUE READING

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