报告题目RemanufacturingandSupplyChainManagement:DynamicsbetweenOEMandTPR报告人(单位)JinMingzhou(" />
学术前沿讲座——Remanufacturing and Supply Chain Management: Dynamics between OEM and TPR
发布时间: 2018-06-25

报告题目

Remanufacturing and Supply Chain Management: Dynamics between  OEM and TPR

报告人(单位)

Jin Mingzhou (University  of Tennessee)

点评人(单位)

丁溢,杨东辉

时间地点

时间:2018626日(周二)下午2

地点:九龙湖经管楼B-201

报告内容摘要


Manufacturing  is critical to both environmental and economic sustainability. This talk will  first talk about the global situation of remanufacturing and then  specifically discusses the dynamics between the Original Equipment  Manufacturer and the Third-Party Remanufacturer in the reversed supply chain.  This study investigates when the OEM will authorize a third-party  remanufacturer (TPR) and how the costs and consumer perceptions impact on the  OEM and remanufacturer’s decisions. The analysis shows that authorization may  help to create the TPR business, which cannot survive without authorization,  and increase the profits of both the OEM and the system when both the new  product and remanufacturing product have higher costs. However, authorization  can never help the system achieve its optimum no matter whether third-party  remanufacturing is a new business or not.

  

报告人简介:

Dr.  Mingzhou Jin is the Professor, Associate Head, and Graduate Director of the  Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of  Tennessee. He has done funded projects in the areas of optimization,  logistics and supply chain management, transportation, economic and  life-cycle analysis, climate change, sustainability, data analytics and  advanced manufacturing with the total funding for more than $6M from federal  and state agencies and industry and has published more than 80 refereed  papers. He is serving as the associate editor of Advanced and Sustainable  Manufacturing for the Journal of Cleaner Production and serving in the  editorial boards of the Engineering Economists and the International Journal  of Production Economics. He is currently the Institute of Industrial and  Systems Engineers (IISE) Regional Vice President for the Mid-Atlantic Region  and an IISE Fellow.