## Fundamentals of Supply Chain TheoryAn authoritative, quantitative approach to supply chain management Addressing the need for the study of supply chain management to evolve at the same pace as it's real-world practice, Key mathematical models for optimizing the design, operation, and evaluation of supply chains are presented as well as models currently emerging from the research frontier. Following a thorough introduction, the book delves into a discussion of centralized models, including: - Forecasting and demand modeling
- Deterministic inventory models
- Stochastic inventory models
- Multi-Echelon inventory models
- Processes for dealing with uncertainty in inventory optimization and facility location
- Facility location models
- Process flexibility
In addition, the authors present decentralized models that involve multiple parties with independent, conflicting objectives, covering topics such as: - The bullwhip effect
- Supply chain contracts
- Auctions
Each chapter concludes with a set of problems that challenge readers to understand, interpret, and extend the discussed models and algorithms. In addition, extensive appendices provide guidance on writing proofs and also outline helpful formulas related to probability theory, calculus, and algebra. Extensively class-tested to ensure an easy-to-follow presentation, This book was named the You can also follow Fundamentals of Supply Chain Theory on Twitter. |

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CONTENTS IN BRIEF 1 Introduction 1 | 1 |

Forecasting and Demand Modeling | 5 |

Deterministic Inventory Models | 29 |

Stochastic Inventory Models | 63 |

under T Q policy | 66 |

MultiEchelon Inventory Models | 117 |

Dealing with Uncertainty in Inventory Optimization | 143 |

Facility Location Models | 183 |

The Bullwhip Effect | 255 |

Supply Chain Contracts | 277 |

Auctions | 305 |

MultipleChapter Problems | 321 |

How to Write Proofs A Short Guide | 327 |

HelpfulFormulas | 337 |

Lagrangian Relaxation | 341 |

Bibliography | 349 |