George E. Monahan
Professor of Business Administration
Economics and Decision Sciences, Northwestern University,
M.S. Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences, Northwestern
B.B.A. Quantitative Methods, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee,
University of Illinois since 1986.
Visiting scholar, London School of Economics, 1990.
Associate professor of business, Washington University,
Assistant professor of business, Georgia Institute of Technology,
research focuses on the strategic acquisition of manufacturing
technology; measurement of opportunity costs in dynamic stochastic
systems; competitive analysis of advertising and pricing decisions;
management of the marketing/manufacturing interface; and the
economics of manufacturing.
Monahan, G., & Chiang, W.-Y. Managing inventories in a
two-echelon dual-channel supply chain. European Journal
of Operational Research. forthcoming.
Monahan, G., Petruzzi, N., & Zhao, W. 2004. The dynamic
pricing problem from a newsvendor’s perspective.
Manufacturing & Service Operations Management. 6: 73-91.
Petruzzi, N., &
Monahan, G. 2003. Managing fashion goods inventories:
dynamic recourse for retailers with outlet stores. IIE
Transactions, 35: 1033-1047.
Monahan, G. 2000.
Management Decision Making: Spreadsheet Modeling, Analysis,
and Applications. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University
Monahan, G., & Smunt, T. 1999. Manufacturing
processes with nearly sequential routings: A comparative
analysis. Journal of Operations Management, 17:
Association Award, 1991
editor, Decision Sciences Journal, 2000-present. Area
editor, Production and Operations Management,
Stochastic models in management,
Production and operations management
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