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Game theory-based models in green supply chain management: a review of the literature

Abstract : This paper provides a systematic review and analysis of the game-theroy-based research in Green Supply Chains Management (GSCM). Based on a rigorous content analysis of 108 papers carefully selected from the literature, we present a detailed picture of the current state of this research and point to the promising future directions. Our analysis shows a rapid increase in the number of publications during the last three years, with an imbalance in the contribution of the publishing outlets, as nearly two third of the reviewed papers are published by only four journals. Results also show the dominance of deterministic static models and simple two-level SC structures. Developing stochastic models, considering the risk and the evolutionary nature that inherently characterise the business environment and investigating more complex multi-level SC structures are among the promising future research opportunities.
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Maher Agi, Sohrab Faramarzi-Oghani, Öncü Hazir. Game theory-based models in green supply chain management: a review of the literature. International Journal of Production Research, Taylor & Francis, 2021, 59 (15), pp.4736-4755. ⟨10.1080/00207543.2020.1770893⟩. ⟨hal-03330012⟩



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