Coordination Model of Consumer Information Sharing in the Online Tourism Supply Chain
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Keywords

Tourism supply chain
Information sharing
Coordination

DOI

10.26689/pbes.v4i6.2823

Abstract

This is a study of the coordination model of consumer information sharing in the tourism supply chain with e-commerce platforms as the core. On the basis of considering the risks, a game theory is used to explore the information sharing effort level and the output profit of the tourism supply chain under both, centralized decision-making and decentralized decision-making. Finally, numerical simulation is used to verify the model and put forward a method of coordination for all parties in the tourism supply chain to achieve maximum profit.

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