Tuesday, 15:45 - 16:10 h, Room: H 0111


Gonzalo Romero
Allocating subsidies to minimize a commodity's market price - a network design approach

Coauthors: Retsef Levi, Georgia Perakis


We study the problem faced by a central planner allocating subsidies to competing firms that provide a commodity, with the objective of minimizing its market price, subject to a budget constraint and possibly upper bounds on the total amount that can be allocated to each firm. We consider two types of subsidies, co-payments and technology subsidies. We use a network design under equilibrium flow approach to model an endogenous market response to the subsidy allocation, and obtain structural results and near optimal solutions in various important cases.


Talk 2 of the invited session Tue.3.H 0111
"Approximation algorithms for supply chain management and logistics optimization models" [...]
Cluster 13
"Logistics, traffic, and transportation" [...]


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