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|Title:||Quantification of social cost at product price-level for urban freight: a study of industrial products|
|Citation:||Kumar, C. and Ganguly, A. (2019) ‘Quantification of social cost at product price-level for urban freight: a study of industrial products’, Int. J. Business Performance and Supply Chain Modelling, Vol. 10, No. 4, pp. 369-385|
|Abstract:||The urban area largely relies on the movement of goods and services. Additionally, pollution and congestions, the two negative externalities of urban freight movement, has led to a plethora of restrictions and regulations from operational and supply chain perspective. The paper tries to develop a bi-level programming model to analyse the social cost of pollution and congestion due to freight movement within urban areas of India at the product unit price-level. The model was based on government’s toll and time-windows based regulation for vehicular entry restrictions within the urban areas for pollution. The model was iterated for various buyer-supplier for various buyer-supplier scenarios and for different service levels for backorders and deliveries during restricted time windows. It was observed that for various levels of service, profit differential varied between (–1.7%) to 2.8% of the product unit price and seemed to be significant enough for supply chain policy consideration.|
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