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Benefit distribution mechanism of swap trailer transport alliance

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Establishing a fair and reasonable benefit distribution mechanism is of great significance to promote the development of the swap trailer transport alliance. According to the specific characteristics of swap trailer transport, the two-stage benefit distribution plan based on the classical Shapley value is established. Numerical analysis shows that benefit distribution model is more accordance with the income expectancy of the enterprises after second correction. The benefit distribution plan is more reasonable, and alliance members can obtain more satisfactory income.

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