Research on Coordination of Closed-Loop Supply Chain Revenue Sharing Contract Under Disruption
For a closed-loop supply chain consisting of one manufacturer and one retailer facing stochastic market demand, the coordination function with revenue sharing contract is analyzed firstly. Then, the coordination under disruptions with revenue sharing contract is studied. The result shows that the closed-loop supply chain coordination may be broken off by a disruption. Thus, an optimal strategy for the closed-loop supply chain to the disruptions is given, and an adjusted revenue sharing contract is proposed which has anti-disruption ability.
KeywordsClosed-loop supply chain coordination Revenue sharing contract Disruption Anti-disruption ability
Natural Science Foundation of Guangdong Province (2015A030313681).
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