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    • Designing intervention scheme for vaccine market: a bilevel programming approach 

      Demirci, E. Z.; Erkip, Nesim Kohen (Springer, 2020-06)
      Public-interest goods benefit consumers and also generate external benefits boosting societal welfare. Despite this characteristic of these goods, their level of consumption or production are generally well below the ...
    • A joint production and transportation planning problem with heterogeneous vehicles 

      Toptal, A.; Koc, U.; Sabuncuoglu, I. (2014)
      We consider a manufacturer's planning problem to schedule order production and transportation to respective destinations. The manufacturer in this setting can use two vehicle types for outbound shipments. The first type ...
    • Modelling imperfect advance demand information and analysis of optimal inventory policies 

      Tan, T.; Güllü, R.; Erkip, N. (Elsevier, 2006)
      We consider an inventory control problem where it is possible to collect some imperfect information on future demand. We refer to such information as imperfect Advance Demand Information (ADI), which may occur in different ...
    • Multi-period inventory models with price protection 

      Ahat, Nurdan (Bilkent University, 2007)
      In an environment with declining sales prices, retailers (or any reseller) often face the risk of buying high and selling low. In order to limit their channel partners’ exposure to such risks and increase the availability ...
    • Sourcing decisions with capacity reservation contracts 

      Serel, D. A.; Dada, M.; Moskowitz, H. (Elsevier, 2001)
      By committing to long-term supply contracts, buyers seek to lower their purchasing costs, and have products delivered without interruption. When a long-term contract is available, suppliers are less pressured to find new ...
    • Stability and monotonicity in newsvendor situations 

      Özen, U.; Erkip, N.; Slikker, M. (2012)
      This study considers a supply chain that consists of n retailers, each of them facing a newsvendor problem, and a supplier. Groups of retailers might increase their expected joint profit by joint ordering and inventory ...
    • Supply chain management as the key to a firm's strategy in the global marketplace: trends and research agenda 

      González-Loureiro, M.; Kiessling, T.; Dabic, M. (Emerald, 2015)
      Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to analyze the intersection of two literature streams: that of strategy and supply chain management (SCM). This review should create a better understanding of “strategic SCM” by ...
    • Transportation pricing of a truckload carrier 

      Toptal, A.; Bingöl, S. O. (Elsevier, 2011)
      Freight transportation is a major component of logistical operations. Due to the increase in global trade, fierce competition among shippers and raising concerns about energy, companies are putting more emphasis on effective ...
    • The US fashion industry: a supply chain review 

      Şen, A. (Elsevier, 2008)
      The fashion industry has short product life cycles, tremendous product variety, volatile and unpredictable demand, and long and inflexible supply processes. These characteristics, a complex supply chain and wide availability ...