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Research interests

My main research interests lie within behavioral operations, studying issues of supply chain coordination, information sharing and human-algorithm interaction. I am also interested in sustainability and social responsibility in supply chains and have worked on topics related to global health supply chains and humanitarian logistics. In terms of research methodologies, I like to combine analytical modeling (game theory) with empirical data (experiments, secondary data).

Career

  • MIT, Sloan School of Business, Visiting Scholar, Spring 2024
  • Tilburg University, School of Economics and Business, Associate Professor, 2022-now
  • Tilburg University, School of Economics and Business, Assistant Professor, 2018-2022
  • VU University Amsterdam, School of Business and Economics, Assistant Professor, 2014-2018
  • University of Wuerzburg, Guest Researcher at the Chair of Logistics and Quantitative Methods, 2015 - 2016
  • European Business School (EBS), Institute for Supply Chain Management - Procurement and Logistics (ISCM), Postdoctoral Researcher, 2013 - 2014
  • Greek Ministry of Transport, Civil Aviation Authority, Revenue Management Expert, 2005 - 2008

PhD supervision

  • Masoud Fazlavi (TiU) (enrolled in 2023) (primary advisor)
  • Iman Moosavi (TiU) - Human/AI decision making in supply chains (enrolled in 2022) (second supervisor)
  • Simone Balvers (TiU): Operations in nanostore logistics (enrolled in 2021) (second supervisor)
  • Albert Mandemakers (TiU part-time) - Behavioural decision-making and vaccine supply chains (enrolled in 2021) (second supervisor)
  • Rafael Escamilla (TiU and KLU): Finance and logistics in nanostore supply chains - graduated in 2023  (committee member)
  • Nienke Hofstra (VU): Individual decision-making in operations; a behavioral perspective (daily supervisor and co-promotor) - graduated in 2019

Current courses

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Keywords

  • Behavioral Economics
  • Operations Management
  • Supply Chain Management (Scm)

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