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MODELING THE EFFECT OF ORDER TIMING REDUCTION ON COORDINATING SUPPLY CHAIN INVENTORIES USING A SELECTIVE DISCOUNT STRATEGY
Journal of the Operations Research Society of Japan
Prior studies show that coordinating supply chain inventories with common repleni$hment epochs (CRE) provides benefit for vendor and buyers.' Coordination using selective discourit (SD) strategy allows some buyers fo participate in the coordination scheme while other buyers continue to order as earlier. This can reduce the vendor's total cost more than that of all buyers participating and no buyer coordination in many circumstances: [Miis paper considers the situation in which SD buyeTs placedoi:10.15807/jorsj.53.255 fatcat:rrqwz7wovzd5vh2d2adlhgkfui