@conference { ISI:000346582400026,
title = {Game theory to control logistic costs in a two-echelon supply chain},
booktitle = {PROCEEDINGS OF 2014 2ND IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LOGISTICS AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (GOL 2014)},
year = {2014},
note = {2nd IEEE International Conference on Logistics Operations Management (GOL), Rabat, MOROCCO, JUN 05-07, 2014},
pages = {168-171},
publisher = {IEEE; Mohammed VI Souissi Univ, ENSIAS Sch; Univ Le Havre; Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah Univ, FST},
organization = {IEEE; Mohammed VI Souissi Univ, ENSIAS Sch; Univ Le Havre; Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah Univ, FST},
abstract = {As a mathematical tool of the decision maker, game theory is an essential methodology to analyze and solve situations where the decision of each rational agent, called player, affects the other agent{\textquoteright}s payoff. Indeed, in this work game theory is used to analyze an inventory and transportation optimization problem within a supply chain composed of two agents: a retailer who faces a random demand of a final product and his supplier of raw materials that is also responsible of the transportation function. Since the retailer is closer to the market and has a better view of demand forecasts careful attention given to Information sharing and its impacts.},
isbn = {978-1-4799-4650-1},
author = {Slimani, Ilham and Achchab, Said},
editor = {Benadada, Y}
}