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Operations, Information & Technology

Our focus in the operations, information, and technology area is on the management of systems, processes, and networks.

Examples include health care systems, product design and manufacturing processes, supply networks, information systems, energy and environmental systems, homeland security systems, and social networks. We employ methods from the fields of operations research, game theory, econometrics, computer science, probability and statistics, and exploit the growing availability of data.

Recent Journal Articles in Operations, Information & Technology

Data-Driven Decisions for Reducing Readmissions for Heart Failure: General Methodology and Case Study

Analyzing Personalized Policies for Online Biometric Verification

Dynamics of Information Exchange in Endogenous Social Networks

Analyzing Screening Policies for Childhood Obesity

Ready-to-use Food-allocation Policy to Reduce the Effects of Childhood Undernutrition in Developing Countries

Implications of Hyperbolic Discounting for Optimal Pricing and Scheduling of Unpleasant Services that Generate Future Benefits

On the Value of Input-Efficiency, Capacity-Efficiency, and the Flexibility to Rebalance Them

Operations Management Challenges for Some “Clean-Tech” Firms

Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions Through Operations and Supply Chain Management

Optimal Pricing in Networks with Externalities