梁玲副教授在《Asia-Pacific Journal of Operational Research》发表学术论文

发布者:张钰歆发布时间:2020-04-26浏览次数:160

Asia一Pacific Journal ofOperational Research 》1984年创刊,由亚太运筹学会联合会主办,刊载运筹学领域中的理论与实用性研究论文,以及评论和研究通讯。亚太运筹学会联合会是国际运筹学联合会(IFORS)的区域组织,致力于推动亚太地区运筹学的发展和应用,促进运筹学科的发展,并为各国在提高管理水平,推动运筹学在可持续发展中的应用提供交流与合作的舞台。

梁玲副教授作为通讯作者的学术论文《Contracting Emissions Reduction Supply Chain Basedon Market Low-Carbon Preference and CarbonIntensity Constraint》发表于《Asia-Pacific Journal of Operational Research》2020年第2期。



Contracting Emissions Reduction Supply Chain Based

on Market Low-Carbon Preference and Carbon

Intensity Constraint


Carbon emissions reduction has become a frequently discussed topic in industry and academia. However, how can reduction effects be enhanced with dominant brand and downstream manufacturer? This paper incorporates emissions reduction into a green supply chain which considers consumers’ low-carbon preference behavior and government intensity regulations, in order to discuss the impacts of consumers’ environmental awareness and government constraints on optimal emissions reduction and profit, respectively.

The paper first constructs three reduction models on the basis of reality: independent reduction by manufacturer, contractual reduction by brand and collaborative reduction by both. Then it concludes the optimal decisions and compare the models. The results show that both the profits and emissions reduction will be decreased with the strengthened carbon intensity constraint, but the cost-sharing contract can mitigate this negative effect on dominant brand and society. Meanwhile, the acceptable range of cost-sharing ratio will be smaller with a lower cost coefficient of emissions reduction and a higher consumers’ preference. Furthermore, government should design the incentive method or

regulate the carbon market to improve the social welfare level. Lastly, a numerical study is conducted, the impact of several key factors on supply chain performance and model selection are presented for management decisions.

Keywords: Carbon emissions reduction; low-carbon preference; carbon emissions quota;

carbon trading; supply chain contract.