Multiple criteria decision making in supply chain management edited by A. Ravi Ravindran - Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, c2016. - xvii, 394 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. - The operations research series ; 12 .

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Managing Supply Chains: An Introduction A. Ravi Ravindran Multiple Criteria Decision Making: An Overview A. Ravi Ravindran Designing Resilient Global Supply Chain Networks Rodolfo C. Portillo A Two-Phased Approach to Multi-Objective Supply Chain Design and Operation Christopher J. Solo Multi-Criteria Distribution Planning Model for a Consumer Goods Company Aixa L. Cintron Multi-Criteria Network Design in Health and Humanitarian Logistics Nathaniel D. Bastian and Paul M. Griffin Incorporating Disruption Risk in a Supply Chain Network Design Model Kanokporn Rienkhemaniyom A Bi-Criteria Model for Closed-Loop Supply Chain Network Design Incorporating Customer Behavior Subramanian Pazhani Multi-Objective Multi-Period Supplier Selection Problem with Product Bundling Vijay Wadhwa An Analytical Supply Chain Disruption Framework and a Multi-Objective Supplier Selection Model with Risk Mitigation R. Ufuk Bilsel Multi-Criteria Decision Making Models in Planning Prevention Services Yuncheol Kang, Yooneun Lee, Lisa M. Ulan, and Vittaldas V. Prabhu Investigation of Order-Up-To-Policy and Allocation-Rationing Mechanism for Divergent Supply Chains with Multiple Objectives Kurian John, Chandrasekharan Rajendran, and Hans Ziegler Index

A well-structured book to explain the importance of supply chain management (SCM) with a focus on the design and operation of the supply chain system. Multi criteria decision making models are utilized to cope with conflicting objectives such as profit maximization, risk minimization, and customer demand satisfaction. ... This book is a valuable contribution in which multi criteria decision making solution approaches are utilized in order to deal with conflicting objectives of supply chain management with a focus on both design and planning. It is a self-contained guide and an essential source of information for any academician or practitioner especially interested in supply chain management and multi criteria decision making domain. One can learn the necessary approaches and procedures for performing the success towards profitable management considering efficiency, risk, and responsiveness in supply chain management." -Can B. Kalayci, Professor, Department of Industrial Engineering, Pamukkale University, TurkeyWeniger


Business logistics--Decision making
Multiple criteria decision making

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