Quotation Nowak, Thomas, Toyasaki, Fuminori, Wakolbinger, Tina, Ng, David. 2014. Reverse Logistics Decision Making for Modular Products: The Impact of Supply Chain Strategies. In Lecture Notes in Management Science, Vol. 6, Hrsg. Tadbir Operational Research Group Ltd., 65-73. Vancouver, Kanada: ?.


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The importance of product modularity in mitigating negative product-related environmental effects has been widely recognized in practice and in research. This study analyzes how a company's supply chain strategy is linked with a product's optimal level of modularity and how this affects efficient reverse logistics decision making. We address this problem by formulating two optimization problems; one for a company adopting a push and one for a company adopting a pull supply chain strategy.

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Status of publication Published
Affiliation WU
Type of publication Contribution to conference proceedings
Language English
Title Reverse Logistics Decision Making for Modular Products: The Impact of Supply Chain Strategies
Title of whole publication Lecture Notes in Management Science, Vol. 6
Editor Tadbir Operational Research Group Ltd.
Page from 65
Page to 73
Location Vancouver, Kanada
Publisher ?
Year 2014
URL http://www.tadbir.ca/lnms/archive/v6/lnmsv6p65.pdf

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People
Nowak, Thomas (Former researcher)
Wakolbinger, Tina (Details)
External
Ng, David (York University, Department of Economics, Canada)
Toyasaki, Fuminori (York University, School of Administrative Studies, Canada)
Organization
Institute for Transport and Logistics Management (Details)
Research Institute for Supply Chain Management FI (Details)
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