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Darla Moore School of Business

Speaker Series

Each year, we invite noted scholars to present current research to faculty and graduate students in the Management Science Department at Darla Moore School of Business. Below is a list of scholars who have presented research projects to us:


Necati Tereyagoglu (Georgia institute of Technology)
"Familiarity in Creative Teams: The Effect of Task Nature"

Eve Rosenzweig (Emory University)
"An Empirical Analysis of Supply Chain Finance Adoption"

Elliot Bendoly (Ohio State University)
“Decision-maker Reactions to Visualized Variance: A Study of Longitudinal Risk Depiction”

Sriram Narayanan ( Michigan State University)
"The Effect of Utilization and Engineering Changes on Productivity and Quality: Evidence from the Automobile Industry"


Sriram Narayanan (Michigan State University)
“The Effect of Utilization and Engineering Changes on Productivity and Quality: Evidence from the Automobile Industry”

Michael Ketzenberg (Texas A&M)
“Identifying, Measuring, and Predicting Consumer Opportunism”

Xu Yi (University of Maryland)
“The Impact of Valuation Heterogeneity and Network Structure on Equilibrium Prices in Supply Chain Networks”

Atalay Atasu (Georgia Tech)
“Extended Producer Responsibility and Secondary Markets”

Sergei Savin (Wharton School of Business)
“Managing Office Revisit Intervals and Patient Panel Sizes in Primary Care”


Mohan Tatikonda (Indiana University)
“Beyond the First Decade:  Sustaining and Growing Enterprise Process Improvement Programs”

Chalam Narayanan (University of Houston)
“Information, Cognition and Bullwhip Effect”

Nicole DeHoratius (University of Chicago)
“Understanding the Behavioral Drivers of Execution Failures in Retail Supply Chains: An Experimental Study Using Virtual Reality”

Brad Staats (University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill)
“Motivating Process Compliance Through Electronic Monitoring: The Benefits and Limitations of Electronic Monitoring on Hand Hygiene in Health care”


Diwas KC (Emory University)
“Are Patients Patient? The Role of Time to Appointment in Patient Flow”

Enno Siemson (University of Minnesota)
“Task Decomposition and Newsvendor Decision Making”

Susan Meyer Goldstein (University of Minnesota)
“Beyond The Checklist:  Not WHAT to do but HOW to do it “

Elena Katok (University of Texas at Dallas)
”Can Structured Bargaining Improve Channel Efficiency? “


Chris Tang (UCLA)
“Supply‐Chain Research Opportunities with the Poor as Suppliers or Distributors in Developing Countries”

John Gray (Ohio State)
“Managing Quality in Outsourced Production”

Laurie Garrow (Georgia Institute of Technology)
“Estimation Methods for Choice-Based Revenue Management Models with Censored Data”

Anne Parmigiani (University of Oregon)
“The impact of technical and supply chain integration on innovation: the case of green motorhomes”


Aravind Chandrasekaran (The Ohio State University)
“Managing Distributed Product Development Projects: Integration Strategies for Language and Geographic Barriers”

Barbara Flynn (Indiana University)
“Supply Chain Quality Management: Consumer Perceptions Following a Product Recall”

James K. Stoller, MD, MS (ODA) (The Cleveland Clinic)
“Executive Director of Physician Leadership Development and Chair, Education Institute at Cleveland Clinic”

Asoo J. Vakharia, Editor, Decision Science Journal (University of Florida)
“Wholesale Pricing in Decentralized Capacitated Supply Chains: Uniform vs Retailer-Specific Pricing”


Yossi Sheffi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
“Risk Management and Resilience"


Anita L. Tucker, Harvard University
An empirical test of a process-improvement innovation tournament

 Vishal Gaur, Cornell University
“Ordering behavior in retail stores and implications for automated replenishment”
“Sales forecasting with financial indicators and experts input”


Johnny Rungtusanatham, University of Minnesota
“Buyer Preference for Inventory Management Approach in the Negotiation Plan for an Externally-Sourced Critical Item”

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