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Volume 3 Number Forthcoming Issues Year 2020

7 articles in this issue 

Manoranjan De, Bibhas Chandra Giri

This paper is determines the optimal decisions on pricing and greening strategies of substitutable products which are manufactured by duopoly competitor firms in a consumer sensitive market where a consumer can choose a particular product by its retail pr... see more


Bibhas Chandra Giri, Sushil Dey

In this paper, a dual-channel closed-loop supply chain is consi-dered for waste recycling. The manufacturer produces the finished product using recycled and recyclable waste materials as well as fresh raw materials. The recyclable wastes collected by the ... see more


Malay Bhattacharjee, Gautam Bandyopadhyay, Banhi Guha, Sanjib Biswas

This study has tried to see what factors do play a significant role in the B-School selection process of an aspirant. The study also would like to see the constituent elements of the factors which come to the mind of the prospective takers, herein, the pr... see more


Prasanta Kumar Ghosh, Jayanta Kumar Dey

Most of the classical inventory control model assumes that all items received conform to quality characteristics. However, in practice, items may be damaged due to production conditions, transportation and environmental conditions. Modelling such real wor... see more


Haresh Kumar Sharma, Kriti Kumari, Samarjit Kar

This paper introduces the performance of different forecasting methods for tourism demand, which can be employed as one of the statistical tools for time series forecasting. The Holt-Winters (HW), Seasonal Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average (SARIMA)... see more

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Ömer Nuri Çam, Hayrettin Kemal Sezen

Paper is related to “What is a Vehicle Routing Problem Which Is Minimized Idle Time and how to write its Linear Programming model”. In this study, a Linear Programming (LP) model has been developed for a Vehicle Routing Problem (VRP) to minimize total idl... see more

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Sanjib Ganguly

The paper presents an approach for simultaneous optimization of Distributed Generation (DG) penetration level and network performance index to obtain the optimal numbers, sites, and sizes of DG units. Two objective functions are formulated. These are: (II... see more

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