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Title: Mathematical modeling of development and reconciling cooperation programs between natural monopoly and regional authorities
Authors: Vikharev, S.
Issue Date: 2013
Citation: Vikharev S. Mathematical modeling of development and reconciling cooperation programs between natural monopoly and regional authorities / S. Vikharev // Applied Mathematical Sciences. — 2013. — Vol. 7. — № 109-112. — P. 5457-5462.
Abstract: As it is shown in the [1], the interaction between the natural monopoly (next NM) and the region is expedient to be carried out on the basis of a joint development railway transport program in this region. In fact, a decision to launch a project in a certain cooperation program configuration adds up to comparison of components efficiencies, included into the project, and proposed projects influence to the transport constituent of the region [1-3]. At the same time, the project configuration is an investment structure into ongoing project by stakeholders and, hence, this is a structure of incomes as consequences of project implementation. It should to be noted that there are some projects with low efficiency for one of the involved into the project parties. Despite this, these projects are implemented successfully in the case of all involved parties cooperation. This phenomenon cannot be explained within the frameworks of obviously unfavorable project to one of the parties. Such projects can be both the preparatory project for implementation the bigger one with further expenses compensation and the element of compromise in agreeing the whole complex of projects that are balanced, mutually beneficial and effective for all the participants. © 2013 Sergey Vikharev.
Keywords: DEVELOPING A COOPERATION PROGRAM
MATHEMATICAL MODELING
PARETO EFFICIENCY
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/26768
SCOPUS ID: 84886235660
PURE ID: 856347
ISSN: 1312-885X
DOI: 10.12988/ams.2013.38454
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