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Structuring an Enterprise Risk Assessment Protocol: Traditional Practice and New Methods Early View

  • Journal: Risk Management and Insurance Review
  • Authors: Mark Abkowitz, Janey Camp
  • Published Date: Jan 31, 2017

Abstract In a world that has become increasingly complex, enterprise risk management (ERM) has emerged as a practice for identifying reasonably foreseeable hazards that...

The single and multi‐item transshipment problem with fixed transshipment costs Early View

  • Journal: Naval Research Logistics
  • Authors: Reut Noham, Michal Tzur
  • Published Date: Nov 25, 2014

Abstract This article deals with supply chain systems in which lateral transshipments are allowed. For a system with two retailers facing stochastic demand, we relax the...

Should firms conceal information when dealing with common suppliers? Early View

  • Journal: Naval Research Logistics
  • Authors: Aditya Jain, Milind Sohoni
  • Published Date: Nov 29, 2014

Abstract A firm making quantity decision under uncertainty loses profit if its private information is leaked to competitors. Outsourcing increases this risk as a third...

A decomposition heuristic for the twin robots scheduling problem Early View

  • Journal: Naval Research Logistics
  • Authors: Nils Boysen, Dirk Briskorn, Simon Emde
  • Published Date: Dec 02, 2014

Abstract This article provides an efficient heuristic based on decomposition for the twin robots scheduling problem (TRSP). TRSP concerns two moving robots executing...

Proportionate flow shop: New complexity results and models with due date assignment Early View

  • Journal: Naval Research Logistics
  • Authors: S.S. Panwalkar, Christos Koulamas
  • Published Date: Jan 29, 2015

Abstract It is known that the proportionate flow shop minimum makespan F ...

Revenue management under randomly evolving economic conditions Early View

  • Journal: Naval Research Logistics
  • Authors: Yusen Xia, Jian Yang, Tingting Zhou
  • Published Date: Jul 15, 2015

Abstract We consider a dynamic pricing model in which the instantaneous rate of the demand arrival process is dependent on not only the current price charged by the...

Level product form QSF processes and an analysis of queues with C oxian interarrival distribution Early View

  • Journal: Naval Research Logistics
  • Authors: Dwi Ertiningsih, Michael N. Katehakis, Laurens C. Smit, Flora M. Spieksma
  • Published Date: Mar 30, 2016

Abstract In this article, we study a class of Quasi‐Skipfree (QSF) processes where the transition rate submatrices in the skipfree direction have a column times row...

Finite‐horizon Markov population decision chains with constant risk posture Early View

  • Journal: Naval Research Logistics
  • Authors: Amanda M. White, Pelin G. Canbolat
  • Published Date: Jul 29, 2016

Abstract A Markov population decision chain concerns the control of a population of individuals in different states by assigning an action to each individual in the system...

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