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Fundamentals of Supply Chain Theory

ISBN-10: 0470521309

ISBN-13: 9780470521304

Edition: 2011

Authors: Lawrence V. Snyder, Zuo-Jun Max Shen

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This book focuses on long-term strategic location decision and tactical inventory planning for researchers and students dealing with supply chain management. It contains three parts: Centralized supply chain management (including strategic planning, inventory models, demand and supply chain uncertainty, and flexibility), Decentralizes supply chain management (including propagation of volatility and supply chain coordination), and the Future of supply chain management (including emerging topics). The book also features appendices on how to write proofs, helpful formulas, and other background material including probability basics, stochastic processes, and Lagrangian relaxation.
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Book details

List price: $181.95
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/2/2011
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 400
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.496
Language: English

List of Figures
List of Tables
Preface
Introduction
Overview of Supply Chain Management
Levels of Decision Making in Supply Chain Management
Applications of Supply Chain Management
Forecasting and Demand Modeling
Introduction
Classical Demand Forecasting Methods
Demand Modeling Techniques
Bass Diffusion Model
Leading Indicator Approach
Discrete Choice Models
Deterministic Inventory Models
Introduction to Inventory Modeling
Continuous Review: The Economic Order Quantity Model
Periodic Review: The Wagner-Whitin Model
Stochastic Inventory Models
Preliminaries
Demand Processes
Continuous Review: r, Q) Policies
Periodic Review with Zero Costs: Base-Stock Policies
Periodic Review with Non-Zero Fixed Costs: s, S) Policies
Policy Optimality
Multi-Echelon Inventory Models
Introduction
Stochastic Service Models
Guaranteed Service Models
Dealing with Uncertainty in Inventory Optimization
Introduction
The Risk-Pooling Effect
Postponement
Transshipments
Introduction to Supply Uncertainty
Inventory Models with Disruptions
Inventory Models with Yield Uncertainty
The Risk-Diversification Effect
Facility Location Models
Introduction
The Uncapacitated Fixed-Charge Location Problem
A Multi-Echelon, Multi-Commodity Model
Dealing with Uncertainty in Facility Location
Introduction
The Location Model with Risk Pooling
Stochastic and Robust Location Models
A Facility Location Model with Disruptions
Process Flexibility
Introduction
Flexibility Design Guidelines
A Process Flexibility Optimization Model
The Bullwhip Effect
Introduction
Proving the Existence of the Bullwhip Effect
Reducing the Bullwhip Effect
Centralizing Demand System
Supply Chain Contracts
Introduction
Introduction to Game Theory
Notation
Preliminary Analysis
The Wholesale Price Contract
The Buyback Contract
The Revenue Sharing Contract
The Quantity Flexibility Contract
Auctions
Introduction
The English Auction
Combinatorial Auctions
Multiple-Chapter Problems
How to Write Proofs: A Short Course
Helpful Formulas
Langrangian Relaxation
Bibliography
Index