Revenue-sharing contract with the retailer

19 Dec 2007 Abstract We consider a supply chain involving one supplier and one retailer in which a revenue-sharing contract is adopted. Under this contract 

As an effective method to coordinate supply chain, revenue-sharing contract cannot function when the demand is uncertain and dependent on the retailer's sale  31 Aug 2016 different approaches to designing price-only and revenue sharing (RS) contracts between a manufacturer and a newsvendor retailer in th. Revenue sharing is an innovative idea wherein mall developers rather than charging a understanding and final agreement between the developer and retailer. Harduley highlights, “The retailers usually dictate the revenue sharing model  Many translated example sentences containing "revenue sharing model" gegenwärtigen Wealth-Sharing-Agreements, das heißt eine auf dem Wert des im   24 Oct 2018 The third section discusses the cost-sharing contract as applied to channel such as revenue-sharing contracts (Li Q et al [29]; Wang X et al. We find such revenue sharing agreements to be mutually beneficial to firms as well as welfare enhancing, although when retail effort is relevant, they do not  26 Jul 2009 We are ready to expand it to some more stores," Agarwal said. While companies declined to disclose the percentage of sharing agreements, 

Revenue sharing is an innovative idea wherein mall developers rather than charging a understanding and final agreement between the developer and retailer. Harduley highlights, “The retailers usually dictate the revenue sharing model 

24 Oct 2018 The third section discusses the cost-sharing contract as applied to channel such as revenue-sharing contracts (Li Q et al [29]; Wang X et al. We find such revenue sharing agreements to be mutually beneficial to firms as well as welfare enhancing, although when retail effort is relevant, they do not  26 Jul 2009 We are ready to expand it to some more stores," Agarwal said. While companies declined to disclose the percentage of sharing agreements,  Revenue sharing allows coordination of a supply chain when the retailer fixes the price of a product, which buy-back contracts do not. Several types of contracts coordinate a supply chain when the product has a fixed price: buy-back, quantity-flexibility, and sales-rebate. Under a revenue-sharing contract, a retailer pays a supplier a wholesale price for each unit purchased, plus a percentage of the revenue the retailer generates. Such contracts have become more prevalent in the videocassette rental industry relative to the more conventional wholesale price contract. Sometimes, revenue sharing is used as an incentive program–a small business owner may pay partners or associates a percentage-based reward for referring new customers, for example. Other times, revenue sharing is used to distribute profits that result from a business alliance.

18 Aug 2019 Decentralized supply chains with competing retailers under demand Supply chain coordination with revenue-sharing contracts: Strengths 

Download Citation | Analysis of a revenue-sharing contract in supply chain management | We consider a supply chain involving one supplier and one retailer in  This paper investigates a revenue-sharing contract for coordinating a supply chain comprising one manufacturer and two competing retailers. The manufacturer  Retailer's Shelf-Space and Pricing Decisions under Revenue Sharing Contracts. Abstract: In some retail contexts, retailers can often stimulate product sales by  19 Dec 2007 Abstract We consider a supply chain involving one supplier and one retailer in which a revenue-sharing contract is adopted. Under this contract  17 Nov 2017 presents a revenue sharing contract between one manufacturer and one retailer in a two stage supply chain based on prospect theory. 26 Apr 2014 When retailers compete for both demand and supply, they tend to over‐order. We show that a combination of a pay back and revenue sharing 

Under a revenue-sharing contract, a retailer pays a supplier a wholesale price for each unit purchased plus a percentage of the revenue the retailer generates. Such contracts have become more prevalent in the video cassette rental industry relative to the more conventional wholesale price contract. This paper studies revenue-sharing contracts in a general supply chain model with revenues determined by each retailer's purchase quantity and price.

the quantity flexibility contract and the option contract, have been applied to coordinate the supply chain. The revenue-sharing contract [2], in which retailers pay  27 Sep 2019 This paper investigates the ability of a combined buy-back (BB) and revenue sharing (RS) contract to improve the efficiency of a supply chain  This paper reviews contract options available with manufacturer and retailer to Manufacturer proposes contracts to retailer as follow: 'Revenue sharing',  18 Aug 2019 Decentralized supply chains with competing retailers under demand Supply chain coordination with revenue-sharing contracts: Strengths 

The LIT level of the product under the cost and revenue-sharing contract is higher than that under the decentralized SC case, SL retailer cost-sharing case, and the bargaining revenue-sharing case. Under the cost and revenue-sharing contract if consumers’ sensitivity to the price is greater, the coordinate of SC will be difficult.

Sometimes, revenue sharing is used as an incentive program–a small business owner may pay partners or associates a percentage-based reward for referring new customers, for example. Other times, revenue sharing is used to distribute profits that result from a business alliance. The manufacturer, as a Stackelberg leader, offers a revenue-sharing contract to two competing retailers who face stochastic demand before the selling season. Under the offered contract terms, the competing retailers are to determine the quantities to be ordered from the manufacturer, prior to the season, and the retail price at which to sell the items during the season.

Under a revenue-sharing contract, a retailer pays a supplier a wholesale price for each unit purchased, plus a percentage of the revenue the retailer generates. Such contracts have become more prevalent in the videocassette rental industry relative to the more conventional wholesale price contract. Under this contract, the retailer can obtain the product from the supplier at a discounted price. As a compensation, the retailer must share his revenue with the supplier at a certain revenue-sharing rate, say r (0≤r≤1), where r represents the portion of the revenue to be kept by the retailer. We investigate two very distinct types of arrangements between an assembler/retailer and its suppliers. One scheme is a vendor‐managed inventory with revenue sharing, and the other a wholesale‐price driven contract. In the VMI case, each supplier faces strategic uncertainty as to the amounts of components, which need to be mated with its Lim et al. (2015) studied a revenue sharing contract between a retailer and multiple manufacturers. In their model, the retailer signed a separate contract with each manufacturer, using a common Revenue sharing contract is a supply chain contract between a manufacturer and a retailer, in which the manufacturer charges a low wholesale price to the retailer and shares a fraction of her revenue. In this study, we first consider a supply chain with two manufacturers and one common retailer (see Fig. 1), where the manufacturers (denoted by M 1 and M 2) can choose either a wholesale price contract or a revenue-sharing contract with the retailer (denoted by R).We discuss and compare the results of different contract strategies under different channel power structures, to determine whether