Free Access
RAIRO-Oper. Res.
Volume 55, 2021
Regular articles published in advance of the transition of the journal to Subscribe to Open (S2O). Free supplement sponsored by the Fonds National pour la Science Ouverte
Page(s) S2487 - S2508
Published online 02 March 2021
  • G.P. Cachon, Retail store density and the cost of greenhouse gas emissions. Manage. Sci. 60 (2014) 1907–1925. [Google Scholar]
  • G.P. Cachon and A.G. Kök, Competing manufacturers in a retail supply chain: on contractual form and coordination. Manage. Sci. 56 (2010) 571–589. [Google Scholar]
  • K. Cao, X. Xu, Q. Wu and Q. Zhang, Optimal production and carbon emission reduction level under cap-and-trade and low carbon subsidy policies. J. Clean. Prod. 167 (2017) 505–513. [Google Scholar]
  • C. Chen and M. Akmalul’ Ulya, Analyses of the reward-penalty mechanism in green closed-loop supply chains with product remanufacturing. Int. J. Prod. Econ. 210 (2019) 211–223. [Google Scholar]
  • T.M. Choi, C. Ma, B. Shen and Q. Sun, Optimal pricing in mass customization supply chains with risk-averse agents and retail competition. Omega 88 (2019) 150–161. [Google Scholar]
  • S. Du, L. Zhu, L. Liang and F. Ma, Emission-dependent supply chain and environment-policy-making in the “cap-and-trade” system. Energ. Policy. 57 (2013) 61–67. [Google Scholar]
  • D. Ghosh and J. Shah, A comparative analysis of greening policies across supply chain structures. Int. J. Prod. Econ. 135 (2012) 568–583. [Google Scholar]
  • A. Hafezalkotob, Competition, cooperation, and coopetition of green supply chains under regulations on energy saving levels. Transp. Res. E-log. 97 (2017) 228–250. [Google Scholar]
  • P. He, G. Dou and W. Zhang, Optimal production planning and cap setting under cap-and-trade regulation. J. Oper. Res. Soc. 68 (2017) 1094–1105. [Google Scholar]
  • P. He, Y. He and H. Xu, Channel structure and pricing in a dual-channel closed-loop supply chain with government subsidy. Int. J. Prod. Econ. 213 (2019) 108–123. [Google Scholar]
  • G. Hua, T.E.C. Chen and S. Wang, Managing carbon footprints in inventory management. Int. J. Prod. Econ. 132 (2011) 178–185. [Google Scholar]
  • J. Ji, Z. Zhang and Y. Lei, Carbon emission reduction decisions in the retail-/dual-channel supply chain with consumers’ preference. J. Clean. Prod. 141 (2017) 852–867. [Google Scholar]
  • T. Ji, X. Xu, X. Yan and Y. Yu, The production decisions and cap setting with wholesale price and revenue sharing contracts under cap-and-trade regulation. Int. J. Prod. Res. 58 (2020) 128–147. [Google Scholar]
  • T. Li, R. Zhang, S. Zhao and B. Liu, Low carbon strategy analysis under revenue-sharing and cost-sharing contracts. J. Clean. Prod. 212 (2019) 1462–1477. [Google Scholar]
  • W. Lou, and J. Ma, Complexity of sales effort and carbon emission reduction effort in a two-parallel household appliance supply chain model. Appl. Math. Model. 64 (2018) 398–425. [Google Scholar]
  • A.I. Malik and B.S. Kim, A constrained production system involving production flexibility and carbon emissions. Mathematics 8 (2020) 275. [Google Scholar]
  • A.I. Malik and B. Sarker, Coordinating supply-chain management under stochastic fuzzy environment and lead-time reduction. Mathematics 7 (2019) 480. [Google Scholar]
  • A.I. Malik and B. Sarker, Coordination supply chain management under flexible manufacturing, stochastic lead time demand, and mixture of inventory. Mathematics 8 (2020) 911. [Google Scholar]
  • K. Matsui, Optimal bargaining timing of a wholesale price for a manufacturer with a retailer in a dual-channel supply chain. Eur. J. Oper. Res. 287 (2020) 225–236. [Google Scholar]
  • W.D. Montgomery, Markets in licenses and efficient pollution control programs. J. Econ. Thero. 5 (1972) 395–418. [Google Scholar]
  • Q.Y. Peng, C.X. Wang and L. Xu, Emission abatement and procurement strategies in a low-carbon supply chain with option contracts under stochastic demand. Comput. Ind. Eng. 144 (2020) 106502. [Google Scholar]
  • X. Pu, Z. Song and G. Han, Competition among supply chains and governmental policy: considering consumers’ low-carbon preference. Int. J. Env. Res. Pub. He. 15 (2018) 1985. [Google Scholar]
  • A.A. Taleizadeh, N. Alizadeh-Basban and N.R. Sarker, Coordinated contracts in a two-echelon green supply chain considering pricing strategy. Comput. Ind. Eng. 124 (2018) 249–275. [Google Scholar]
  • A.A. Taleizadeh, N. Alizadeh-Basban and S.T.A. Niaki, A closed-loop supply chain considering carbon reduction, quality improvement effort, and return policy under two remanufacturing scenarios. J. Clean. Prod. 232 (2019) 1230–1250. [Google Scholar]
  • W. Tong, D. Mu, F. Zhao, G.P. Mendis and J.W. Sutherland, The impact of cap-and-trade mechanism and consumers’ environmental preferences on a retailer-led supply Chain. Resour. Conserv. Recy. 142 (2019) 88–100. [Google Scholar]
  • Q. Wang, D. Zhao and L. He, Contracting emission reduction for supply chains considering market low-carbon preference. J. Clean. Prod. 120 (2016) 72–84. [Google Scholar]
  • C. Wang, W. Wang and R. Huang, Supply chain enterprise operations and government carbon tax decisions considering carbon emissions. J. Clean. Prod. 152 (2017) 271–280. [Google Scholar]
  • M. Wang, L. Zhao and M. Herty, Joint replenishment and carbon trading in fresh food supply chains. Eur. J. Oper. Res. 227 (2019) 561–573. [Google Scholar]
  • T. Wu and C. Kung, Carbon emissions, technology upgradation and financing risk of the green supply chain competition. Technol. Forecast. Soc. 152 (2020) 119884. [Google Scholar]
  • L. Xia, T. Guo, J. Qin, X. Yue and N. Zhu, Carbon emission reduction and pricing policies of a supply chain considering reciprocal preferences in cap-and-trade system. Ann. Oper. Res. 268 (2018) 149–175. [Google Scholar]
  • L. Xia, W. Hao, J. Qin, F. Ji and X. Yue, Carbon emission reduction and promotion policies considering social preferences and consumers’ low-carbon awareness in the cap-and-trade system. J. Clean. Prod. 195 (2018) 1105–1124. [Google Scholar]
  • T. Xiao and D. Yang, Price and service competition of supply chains with risk-averse retailers under demand uncertainty. Int. J. Prod. Econ. 114 (2008) 187–200. [Google Scholar]
  • X. Xu, X. Xu and P. He, Joint production and pricing decisions for multiple products with cap-and-trade and carbon tax regulations. J. Clean. Prod. 112 (2016) 4093–4106. [Google Scholar]
  • X. Xu, P. He, H. Xu and Q. Zhang, Supply chain coordination with green technology under cap-and-trade regulation. Int. J. Prod. Econ. 183 (2017) 433–442. [Google Scholar]
  • L. Xu, J. Shi and J.H. Chen, Pricing and collection rate for remanufacturing industry considering capacity constraint in recycling channels. Complexity 2020 (2020) 8391252. [Google Scholar]
  • L. Yang, C. Zheng and M. Xu, Comparisons of low carbon policies in supply chain coordination. J. Syst. Sci. Syst. Eng. 23 (2014) 342–361. [Google Scholar]
  • L. Yang, Q. Zhang and J. Ji, Pricing and carbon emission reduction decisions in supply chains with vertical and horizontal cooperation. Int. J. Prod. Econ. 191 (2017) 286–297. [Google Scholar]
  • L. Yang, J. Ji, M. Wang and Z. Wang, The manufacturer’s joint decisions of channel selections and carbon emission reductions under the cap-and-trade regulation. J. Clean. Prod. 193 (2018) 506–523. [Google Scholar]
  • L. Yang, G. Wang and C. Ke, Remanufacturing and promotion in dual-channel supply chains under cap-and-trade regulation. J. Clean. Prod. 204 (2018) 939–957. [Google Scholar]
  • F. Zand, S. Yaghoubi and S. J. Sadjadi, Impacts of government direct limitation on pricing, greening activities and recycling management in an online to offline closed loop supply chain. J. Clean. Prod. 215 (2019) 1327–1340. [Google Scholar]
  • S. Zhang, C. Wang, C. Yu and Y. Ren, Governmental cap regulation and manufacturer’s low carbon strategy in a supply chain with different power structures. Comput. Ind. Eng. 134 (2019) 27–36. [Google Scholar]
  • Y. Zheng, T. Shu, S. Wang, S. Chen, K. K. Lai and L. Gan, Analysis of product return rate and price competition in two supply chains. Oper. Res. 18 (2018) 469–496. [Google Scholar]

Current usage metrics show cumulative count of Article Views (full-text article views including HTML views, PDF and ePub downloads, according to the available data) and Abstracts Views on Vision4Press platform.

Data correspond to usage on the plateform after 2015. The current usage metrics is available 48-96 hours after online publication and is updated daily on week days.

Initial download of the metrics may take a while.