Name:

Position:

 M. Slikker

 Associate Professor

 

 

 

 

bottle-mE-mail: M.Slikker ( at ) tue.nl

 

Publications of Marco Slikker

 

To appear:

1.      Herbert Hamers, Flip Klijn, Marco Slikker (to appear). Implementation of optimal schedules in outsourcing with identical suppliers. Mathematical Methods of Operations Research.

2.      Marco Slikker and Behzad Hezarkhani (to appear). On stability of collaborative supplier selection. Operations Research Letters.

3.      Jac Braat, Herbert Hamers, Flip Klijn, Marco Slikker (to appear). A selfish allocation heuristic in scheduling: equilibrium and inefficiency bound analysis. European Journal of Operational Research.

 

Publications:

4.      Lisa Scheele, Ulrich Thonemann, and Marco Slikker (2018). Designing incentive systems for truthful forecast information sharing within a firm. Management Science, 64(8), 3690-3713.

5.      Behzad Hezarkhani, Marco Slikker, and Tom van Woensel (2018). Cooperative replenishment in presence of intermediaries. European Journal of Operational Research, 266(1), 135-146.

6.      Loe Schlicher, Marco Slikker, and Geert-Jan van Houtum (2018). Pooling of critical, low-utilization resources with unavailability. OR Spectrum, 40(1), 233–263.

7.      Loe Schlicher, Marco Slikker, and Geert-Jan van Houtum (2017). Spare parts pooling games under a critical level policy. Naval Research Logistics, 64(7), 531-546.

8.      Frank Karsten, Marco Slikker, and Peter Borm (2017). Cost allocation rules for elastic single-attribute situations. Naval Research Logistics, 64(4), 271-286.

9.      Loe Schlicher, Marco Slikker, and Geert-Jan van Houtum (2017). A note on maximal covering location games. Operations Research Letters, 45(1): 98-103.

10.  Behzad Hezarkhani, Marco Slikker, and Tom van Woensel (2016). Competitive solutions for cooperating logistics providers. OR Spectrum, 38(1): 51-80.

11.  Anne van den Nouweland and Marco Slikker (2016).  The position value for partition function form network games. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 18(2): 226-247.

12.  Henk Norde, Ulaş Özen, and Marco Slikker (2016). Setting the right incentives for global planning and operations. European Journal of Operational Research, 253(2): 441-455.

13.  Frank Karsten, Marco Slikker, and Geert-Jan van Houtum (2015). Resource pooling and cost allocation among independent service providers. Operations Research, 63(2), 476-488.Resource pooling and cost allocation among independent service providers. Operations Research, 63(2), 476-488.Resource pooling and cost allocation among independent service providers. Operations Research, 63(2), 476-488.Resource pooling and cost allocation among independent service providers. Operations Research, 63(2): 476-488.

14.  Edwin Lohmann, Peter Borm, and Marco Slikker (2014). Sequencing situations with Just-in-Time arrival, and related games. Mathematical Methods of Operations Research, 80(3): 285-305.

15.  Frank Karsten, Marco Slikker, and Geert-Jan van Houtum (2014). Domain extensions of the Erlang loss function: their scalability and its applications to cooperative games. Probability in the Engineering and Informational Sciences, 28(4): 473-488.

16.  Behzad Hezarkhani, Marco Slikker, and Tom van Woensel  (2014). On characterization of the core of lane covering games via dual solutions. Operations Research Letters, 42(8): 505-508.

17.  Baris Ciftci, Peter Borm, Herbert Hamers, and Marco Slikker (2013). Batch sequencing and cooperation. Journal of Scheduling, 16(4): 405-415.

18.  Frank Karsten, Marco Slikker, and Geert-Jan van Houtum (2012). Inventory Pooling Games for Expensive, Low-Demand Spare Parts. Naval Research Logistics, 59(5): 311-324.

19.  Ulaş Özen,  Nesim Erkip, and Marco Slikker (2012). Stability and monotonicity in newsvendor situations. European Journal of Operational Research, 218(2): 416-425.

20.  Ulas Ozen, Greys Sosic, and Marco Slikker (2012). A collaborative decentralized distribution system with demand forecast updates. European Journal of Operational Research, 216(3): 573-583.

21.  Anne van den Nouweland and Marco Slikker (2012). An axiomatic characterization of the position value for network situations. Mathematical Social Sciences, 64(3): 266-271.

22.  Marco Slikker, Peter Borm, René van den Brink (2012). Internal Slackening Scoring Methods. Theory and Decision, 72(4): 445-462.

23.  Marco Slikker and Henk Norde (2011). The monoclus of a coalitional game. Games and Economic Behavior, 71(2): 420-435.

24.  Ulaş Özen,  Henk Norde, and Marco Slikker (2011). On the convexity of newsvendor games. International Journal of Production Economics, 133(1): 35-42.

25.  Encarna Algaba, Jesus Mario Bilbao, and Marco Slikker (2010). A value for games restricted by augmenting structures. SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics, 24(3): 992-1010.

26.  Ulaş Özen,  Henk Norde, and Marco Slikker (2009). A general framework for cooperation under uncertainty.  Operations Research Letters, 37(3): 148-154.

27.  Herbert Hamers, Flip Klijn, Bas van Velzen, and Marco Slikker (2009). A cooperative approach to queue allocation of indivisible objects. International Game Theory Review, 11(2): 215-227.

28.  Ulaş Özen, Jan Fransoo, Henk Norde, and Marco Slikker (2008). Cooperation between multiple newsvendors with warehouses. Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, 10(2): 311-324.

29.  Marco Slikker (2007). Bidding for surplus in network allocation problems. Journal of Economic Theory, 137(1): 493-511

30.  Marco Slikker (2006). Relaxed sequencing games have a nonempty core. Naval Research Logistics, 53(4): 235-242.

31.  Marco Slikker (2006). Balancedness of multiple machine sequencing games revisited. European Journal of  Operational Research,. 174(3): 1944-1949.

32.  Marco Slikker (2005). A characterization of the position value. International Journal of Game Theory, 33(4): 505-514.

33.  Marco Slikker (2005). Link monotonic allocation schemes. International Game Theory Review, 7(4): 473-489.

34.  Marco Slikker (2005). Balancedness of sequencing games with multiple parallel machines. Annals of Operations Research, 137(1): 177-189.

35.  Marco Slikker, Jan Fransoo, and Marc Wouters (2005). Cooperation between multiple news-vendors with transshipments. European Journal of  Operational Research, 167(2): 370-380.

36.  Marco Slikker, Rob Gilles, Henk Norde, and Stef Tijs (2005). Directed networks, allocation properties and hierarchy formation. Mathematical Social Sciences, 49(1): 55-80.

37.  Flip Klijn and Marco Slikker (2005). Distribution center consolidation games. Operations Research Letters, 33(3): 285-288.

38.  Marco Slikker and Henk Norde (2004). Incomplete stable structures in symmetric convex games. Games and Economic Behavior, 48 (1): 171-200.

39.  René van den Brink, Peter Borm, René Levínsky, and Marco Slikker (2004). On two new social choice functions. Mathematical Social Sciences, 47(1): 51-68.

40.  Marco Slikker, Henk Norde, and Stef Tijs (2003). Information sharing games, International Game Theory Review, 5(1): 1-13.

41.  Pedro Calleja, Peter Borm, Herbert Hamers, Flip Klijn, and Marco Slikker (2002). On a new class of parallel sequencing situations and related games. Annals of Operations Research, 109(1): 265-277.

42.  René van den Brink, Peter Borm, and Marco Slikker (2002). An iterative procedure for evaluating digraph competitions. Annals of Operations Research, 109(1): 61-75.

43.  Marco Slikker (2001). Coalition formation and potential games. Games and Economic Behavior, 37(2): 436-448.

44.  Flip Klijn, Marco Slikker, and Stef Tijs (2001). A dual egalitarian solution. Economics Bulletin, 3(10): 1-8.

45.  Marco Slikker and Anne van den Nouweland (2001). A one-stage model of link formation and payoff division. Games and Economic Behavior, 34(1): 153-175.

46.  Marco Slikker and Anne van den Nouweland (2000). Communication situations with asymmetric players. Mathematical Methods of Operations Research, 52(1): 39-56.

47.  Marco Slikker and Anne van den Nouweland (2000). Network formation with costs for establishing links. Review of Economic Design, 5(3): 333-362

48.  Flip Klijn, Marco Slikker, Stef Tijs, and Jose M. Zarzuelo (2000). The egalitarian solution for convex games: some characterizations. Mathematical Social Sciences, 40(1): 111-120.

49.  Marco Slikker (2000). Inheritance of properties in communication situations. International Journal of Game Theory, 29(2):241-268.

50.  Marco Slikker, Bhaskar Dutta, Anne van den Nouweland, and Stef Tijs (2000). Potential maximizers and network formation. Mathematical Social Sciences, 39(1): 55-70.

51.  Flip Klijn, Marco Slikker, and Jose M. Zarzuelo (1999). Characterizations of a multi-choice value. International Journal of Game Theory, 28(4): 521-532.

52.  Herbert Hamers and Marco Slikker (1995). The PEGS-rule for probabilistic sequencing situations. Cahiers du Centre d'Études de Recherche Opérationelle 37, 109-119.

Chapters in books:

Luigi Montrucchio, Henk Norde, Ulaş Özen, Marco Scarsini, and Marco Slikker (2012). Cooperative Newsvendor Games: A Review. In Choi, T.-M., editor, Handbook of Newsvendor Problems, chapter 5, pages 137-162. Springer Science+Business Media, New York.

Marco Slikker and Anne van den Nouweland (2003). Network formation with costs for establishing links. In Dutta, B. and Jackson M., editors, Networks and Groups (Models of Strategic Formation), pages 233-262. Springer-Verlag, Berlin [Reprinted from: M. Slikker and A. van den Nouweland (2000). Network formation with costs for establishing links. Review of Economic Design, 5(3):333-362.].

Marco Slikker and Anne van den Nouweland (2002). Network formation, costs, and potential games. In Borm, P. and Peters, H., editors, Chapters in Game Theory (In Honor of Stef Tijs), chapter 11. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston.

 Book:

Marco Slikker and Anne van den Nouweland (2001). Social and Economic Networks in Cooperative Game Theory. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston.

PhD Thesis:

Marco Slikker (2000). Decision Making and Cooperation Restrictions. PhD thesis, Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands.

 Reports:

Loe Schlicher, Marco Slikker, Willem van Jaarsveld, and Geert-Jan van Houtum (2017). Stratified pooling versus full pooling: (non-)emptiness of the core. BETA working paper 532. Eindhoven: Technische Universiteit Eindhoven.

Yann Bouchery, Jan Fransoo, and Marco Slikker (2015). The extended gate problem: Intermodal hub location with multiple actors. BETA working paper 481. Eindhoven: Technische Universiteit Eindhoven.

Marco Slikker and Henk Norde (2004). Symmetric convex games and stable structures. CentER Discussion Paper 2004-114, Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands.

Marco Slikker (1998). A note on link formation, CentER Discussion Paper 9820, Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands.

 Working papers and work in progress:

Ulaş Özen and Marco Slikker (2018). M-attribute games.

Marco Slikker (2008-2018). A core-selector for relaxed sequencing games.

 

 

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