学术前沿讲座--The impact of remanufacturing strategy on dynamic performance of a closed-loop supply chain
发布时间: 2018-05-03

东南大学经济管理学院专题讨论(Seminar登记表

报告题目

The impact of remanufacturing strategy on dynamic performance of a closed-loop supply chain

报告人(单位)

周莉(University of Greenwich, UK

点评人(单位)

何勇

(东南大学)

点评人(单位)

李四杰

(东南大学)

时间地点

时间:2018年5月9日(周三)下午2:00点

地点:九龙湖经管楼B-201

报告内容摘要

报告内容:

System dynamic (SD) performance reflects the cost in a supply chain. This research investigates a three-echelon manufacturing and remanufacturing closed-loop supply chain (CLSC) constituting of a retailer, a manufacturer and a supplier. Each echelon, apart from its usual operations in the forward SC (FSC), has its own reverse logistics (RL) operations. We assume that RL information is transparent to the FSC, and the same replenishment policies are used throughout the supply chain. We focus on the impact on dynamic performance of uncertainties in the return yield, RL lead time and the product consumption lead time. Two outcomes are studied: order rate and serviceable inventory. The results suggest that higher return yield improves dynamic performance in terms of overshoot and risk of stock-out with a unit step response as input. And, when the return yield reaches a certain level, the classic bullwhip propagation normally associated with the FSC does not always hold in CLSC. We also study bullwhip and inventory variance when demand is a random variable. Our analysis suggests that higher return yield contributes to reduced bullwhip and inventory variance at the echelon level but for the CLSC as a whole the level of bullwhip may decrease as well as increase as it propagates along the supply chain.

报告人简介:

Dr. Zhou, Li. PhD supervisor. Reader in operations management at the University of Greenwich, UK. She is the founder and director of the Supply Chain Research Group – an International Leading research group according to the UK Research Excellence Framework 2014. She has acted in several different leadership roles during her international career in China, Sweden and UK, ranging from project leadership to team leader and team member in a number of projects funded by the Chinese government, the Swedish Institute, and enterprises. These projects cover from product design to education and management consulting. So far, she has had over 100 articles published in various forms including journal papers, edited book chapters, and conference papers. Her work appears (inter alia) in internationally recognised and high-impact journals such as “International Journal of Production Economics”, “OR Spectrum”, “OMEGA - The International Journal of Management Science”, and “Supply Chain Management: An International Journal”. She is also the guest editor of three special issues for the International journal of production economics.