Scenario-based dynamic negotiation for the coordination of multi-enterprise supply chains under uncertainty
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A novel scenario-based dynamic negotiation approach is proposed for the coordination of decentralized supply chains under uncertainty. The relations between the involved organizations (client, provider and third parties) and their respective conflicting objectives are captured through a non-zero-sum and non symmetric roles SBDN negotiation. The client (leader) designs coordination agreements considering the uncertain reaction of the provider (follower) resulting from the uncertain nature of the third parties, which is modeled as a probability of acceptance function. Different negotiation scenarios are studied: (i) cooperative, and (ii) non-cooperative and (iii) standalone cases. The use of the resulting models is illustrated through a case study with different vendors around a
CitationHjaila, K., Lainez, J.M., Puigjaner, L., Espuña, A. Scenario-based dynamic negotiation for the coordination of multi-enterprise supply chains under uncertainty. "Computers & chemical engineering", 4 Agost 2016, vol. 91, p. 445-470.