Incentives and Yield Management in Improving Productivity of Manufacturing Facilities
In this paper, we develop a nonlinear programming (NLP) model to jointly determine the optimum financial incentives and price discount levels for each rate class. The model aims at maximizing net revenues. It includes nonlinear relationships representing the impact of incentives on productivity improvements and the effect of price discounts on customer demand in each market segment.
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