Supply Chain Equilibriums Under Non-Linear Cost Functions Of Participants
the developed econometric model with non-linear cost functions allows to optimize the economic parameters of the supply chain participants in case of their economic independence. The discovered analytical relations make it possible to determine equilibrium values for tariff, product price and traffic volume, to maximize profit of each supplychain participant with various transportation tariffs to be charged. Key words: tariff, cost function, carrier, balance, leader, exporter.
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