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

Baris Ata, Yichuan Ding, Stefanos Zenios
Manufacturing & Service Operations Management. January
2021, Vol. 23, Issue 1, Pages 36–54

Problem definition: Deceased-donor kidney transplant candidates in the United States are ranked according to characteristics of both the donor and the recipient. We seek the ranking policy that optimizes the efficiency–equity...

Susan Athey, Stefan Wager
Econometrica. January
2021, Vol. 89, Issue 1, Pages 133–161

In many areas, practitioners seek to use observational data to learn a treatment assignment policy that satisfies application-specific constraints, such as budget, fairness, simplicity, or other functional form constraints. For...

Alberto Abadie, Jann Spiess
Journal of the American Statistical Association. January
2021

Nearest-neighbor matching is a popular nonparametric tool to create balance between treatment and control groups in observational studies. As a preprocessing step before regression, matching reduces the dependence on parametric...

Zhengli Wang, Franklin Dexter, Stefanos Zenios
Journal of Clinical Anesthesia. December
2020, Vol. 67

Study Objective

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic impacts operating room management in regions with high prevalence (e.g., >1.0% of asymptomatic patients testing positive). Cases with aerosol producing procedures...

Kostas Bimpikis, Wedad J. Elmaghraby, Ken Moon, Wenchang Zhang
Management Science. December
2020, Vol. 66, Issue 12, Pages 5783–5822
We explore marketplace design in the context of a business-to-business platform specializing in liquidation auctions. Even when the platform’s aggregate levels of supply and
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