Philadelphia, PA 19104
University of Pennsylvania - Operations & Information Management Department
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strategic customer behavior, newsvendor, rational expectations, commitment, supply chains, decentralization
dynamic pricing, inter-temporal substitution, durable goods monopoly, heterogeneity, rationing
bounded rationality, newsvendor, logit choice, random utility, supply chain, bullwhip effect, inventory, pooling
consumer returns, supply chain, strategic customers, valuation uncertainty, newsvendor, contracting
dynamic pricing, speculation, resale, strategic customer behavior, competition
dynamic pricing, stockpiling, consumer inventory, promotions, rational expectations, price discrimination
inertia, prospect theory, loss aversion, probability weighting, hyperbolic discounting, behavioral decision-making, dynamic pricing, strategic customer behavior
availability guarantee, commitment, product availability, search costs, stockouts, newsvendor, rational expectations
service operations, restaurants, reservations, queues, advance selling
social comparison, peer-induced fairness, distributional fairness, behavioral economics, experimental economics
social comparisons, reference points, behavioral operations, non-cooperative game theory
bounded rationality, capacity allocation, supply chain, quantal response equilibrium, Nash equilibrium
Retrials in Queues, Rational Customers, Queueing Games, Equilibrium versus Social Optimum.
Distributional Fairness, Peer-induced Fairness, Supply Chain Contracting, Behavioral Operations Management, Behavioral Economics
Level-k Models, Learning, Sequential Games, Backward Induction, Behavioral Game Theory
complete information, rational expectations, game theory, inventory, behavioral operations management
Empirical Operations, Location, Scheduling, Retailing, Machine Learning, Optimization
retail operations, strategic consumer behavior, inventory availability, product value uncertainty, omnichannel
retail operations, omnichannel, strategic consumer behavior, decentralization
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