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Equilibrium Model of Discrete Dynamic Supply Chain Network with Random Demand and Advertisement Strategy

Table 1

Literature sources for network equilibrium.

No.AuthorsStatic/dynamicDemand characteristicConsidering factor

1Nagurney et al. (2002) [4]StaticDeterministic No
2Dong et al. (2004) [5]StaticRandom uncertaintyNo
3Nagurney et al. (2005) [8]StaticRandom uncertaintyB2B transaction, risk
4Nagurney and Toyasaki (2005) [9]StaticDeterministicNo
5Wu et al. (2006) [10]StaticDeterministicPollution tax
6Hammond and Beullens (2007) [11]StaticDeterministicCollection
7Yang et al. (2009) [12]StaticDeterministicCollection
8Masoumi et al. (2012) [13]StaticDeterministicNo
9Qiang et al. (2013) [14]StaticRandom uncertaintyChannel investment
10Yu and Nagurney (2013) [15]StaticDeterministicNo
11Toyasaki et al. (2014) [16]StaticDeterministicNo
12Cruz and Wakolbinger (2008) [17]Discrete dynamicDeterministicCorporate social responsibility
13Daniele (2010) [18]Continuous dynamicDeterministicNo
14Cruz and Liu (2011) [19]Discrete dynamicDeterministicSocial relationship
15Hamdouch (2011) [20]Discrete dynamicDeterministicPurchase strategy
16Liu and Cruz (2012) [21]Discrete dynamicDeterministicCorporate financial risks, trade credits
17Feng et al. (2014) [22]Continuous dynamicDeterministicChannel investment

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