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Research on Coordinating Re-Order Quantity Decision in the Revenue-Sharing Contract of Supply Chain

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2 Author(s)
Ru-bin Sui ; Sch. of Manage., Harbin Univercity of Commerce, Harbin, China ; Guo-fu An

In this paper, studies that the profits of the retailer, the manufacturer and the supply chain in the revenue-sharing contract under twice ordering policy. Under such contract, the manufacturer decides the revenue-sharing contract ratio and the retailer's unit purchase price. The retailer can only accept or refuse the contract. When the retailer accept the contract, the retailer will decides the first ordering quantity, and decides whether gives a re-ordering quantity, and the number of the reordering quantity before the end of the sales period after watching the market demand. Considers that the strctures of the retailer and the manufacturer under twice ordering policy, and the numerical calculation is done. The results shows that the profits of the retailer, the manufacturer and the supply chain in the Revenue-sharing contract under two ordering policy are more than that of the retailer, the manufacturer and the supply chain under once ordering policy.

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Management and Service Science, 2009. MASS '09. International Conference on

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20-22 Sept. 2009

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