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On pricing of perishable assets with menu costs
We consider dynamic pricing of perishable assets in the presence of price-sensitive renewal demand processes. Unlike the existing works in the literature, we explicitly incorporate non-negligible price change costs which ...
Centralized and decentralized management of groundwater with multiple users
In this work, we investigate two groundwater inventory management schemes with multiple users in a dynamic game-theoretic structure: (i) under the centralized management scheme, users are allowed to pump water from a common ...
On the modeling of CO2 EUA and CER prices of EU-ETS for the 2008–2012 period
(John Wiley and Sons, 2016)
Increased consumption of fossil fuels in industrial production has led to a significant elevation in the emission of greenhouse gases and to global warming. The most effective international action against global warming ...
Analysis of the (Q, r) inventory model for perishables with positive lead times and lost sales
(Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), 2008)
We consider a perishable inventory system with Poisson demands, fixed shelf lives, constant lead times, and lost sales in the presence of nonnegligible fixed ordering costs. The inventory control policy employed is the ...
The stochastic joint replenishment problem: a new policy, analysis, and insights
(John Wiley & Sons, 2006)
In this study, we propose a new parsimonious policy for the stochastic joint replenishment problem in a single-location, N-item setting. The replenishment decisions are based on both group reorder point-group order quantity ...
A continuous review replenishment-disposal policy for an inventory system with autonomous supply and fixed disposal costs
In this study, we analyze an inventory system facing stochastic external demands and an autonomous supply (independent return flow) in the presence of fixed disposal costs and positive lead times under a continuous review ...