Guangzhou, AR Guangdong 510640
School of Business Administration, South China University of Technology
Product and service operations; Co-opetition; Market share; Horizontal sharing; Game-theoretic model
E-tailers such as Amazon and JD.com have long been criticized for the co-existence of copycat and genuine products sold on their platforms. Although many brands have developed blockchain-based digital manufacturing systems which can enable the traceability of the genuine products, consumers could no
OR in developing countries, Cost benefit analysis, Carbon lock-in problem, Global operations, Green sourcing
Blockchain adoption; Supply chain competition; Production delay; Global supply chain
Green supply chain; Lock-in and transboundary issues; Global operations; Game analysis
Blockchain adoption; Quality uncertainty; Remanufacturing competition; Risk aversion.
IoT-enabled-PDT-quotation, Logistics outsourcing, Service system optimization, Game theory, Efficiency improvement
COVID-19; AI-based decision support system; Game theory; Adoption incentive
Channel co-opetition; Decision Timing; Competition type; Incentive alignment
Supply chain management; Remanufacturing yield; Environmental performance; In-store competition; Game theory
Import Tariff, Quality Competition, Cross-border Retail Operations, Social Welfare
Game theory; Healthcare service competition; Information exchange; Two-period model
Blockchain technology; Agricultural products; Cross-border e-commerce; Incentive alignment.
Vaccine supply chain; Promised delivery time; Channel structure; Social responsibility.
smart contract, game theory, tariffs, global operations, supply chain
strategic waiting, disruption forecast, cross-border e-commerce, global supply chain management
Knowledge sharing; Production investment; Competition and cooperation; Incentive analysis
Shipper-Carrier Cooperation; Cross-Border Supply Chain; Free Shipping; Tax Policy
global supply chain management; game theory; tariffs; sourcing
Blockchain, Smart contract, Disruptive FinTech, Nash bargaining, Co-Opetition.
Network effect, Tax disparity, MNF’s global market entry, Competitive encroachment, Game theory
National culture; transfer pricing; co-opetitive supply chain; tax planning.
Market Acceptance; Co-Opetition; Technology Regulation; Production Timing Decisions
Procurement Outsourcing; Purchasing Agent; Direct Sourcing; Negotiation
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