Decision Sciences and MIS

Past Seminars

Tim Jordan will be discussing how supply chain strategies are shifting to support digitization and the technologies that are changing the competitive landscape

Dr. Fang is a professor at the University of Delaware and will be presenting A Deep Learning Approach to Industry Classification

Yasamin Salmani will present Investment Decision Making in Improving Multiple Sales Channels

Dr. Li is a Professor at UMASS Lowell’s Manning School of Business and will be presenting Predictive Analytics with Strategically Missing Data

Gbemileke Ogunranti will present Models Addressing Sustainability and Risk Issues in Global Supply Chains

Qi Lin, PhD candidate from Beihang University, will present Cold Chain Transportation Decision in the Vaccine Supply Chain

This talk focuses on current efforts of my research group in the direction of establishing data-driven intelligent systems.

Dr. Nir Kshetri will discuss his paper titled “The Impacts of Blockchain on the Production and Distribution of Food and Beverage Products”.

Tom Meyvis is a Professor of Marketing and Peter Drucker Faculty Fellow at the Stern School of Business, New York University.

Dr. Lauren Block’s work is primarily in areas of food well-being, health-persuasion, and perceptions of product efficacy.

Sila Ada is a doctoral candidate and research associate at the Institute for Interactive Marketing & Social Media, Vienna University of Economics and Business.

The Feeling Economy: MANAGING IN THE NEXT GENERATION OF AI”
We describe the changes that managers will have to make to cope with this emerging Feeling Economy.

Nobody pays retail anymore: Optimal pricing in distribution channels with bargain-hunting consumers’

Professor Bonezzi’s research investigates fundamental behavioral phenomena that can inform marketing practice.

Professor Wang research focuses on luxury brands and conspicuous consumption, and social/ interpersonal influence on consumer’s behavior.