William A. Pounds Professor of Management
Sloan School of Management
Pricing, Revenue Management, Inventory Control and Supply Chains: Dynamic Pricing, Revenue Management and Inventory Management in monopolistic as well as competitive settings; Contract Theory and Coordination in Competitive Supply Chains.
Transportation: Dynamic and Static Traffic Assignment Problems. Route Guidance, Air Traffic Control and Management.
Loss of Efficiency (Price of Anarchy): In Transportation, Oligopolistic Pricing and Revenue Management, Competitive Supply Chains.
Mathematical Programming: Robust and Data Driven Optimization in Transportation, Pricing, Revenue Management, Supply Chains and Air Traffic Management; Variational Inequality Problems, Fixed Point Problems, Equilibrium Problems, Nonlinear Optimization; Applications of Static and Dynamic Optimization in Transportation, Pricing, Revenue Management, Supply Chains and Air Traffic Management.
January 21, 2016
How should backing for clean technology be designed? A look at a new paper co-authored by MIT researchers and supported by MITEI.
December 16, 2013
Incentives for green technology adoption: Getting government subsidies right
Georgia Perakis of the MIT Sloan School of Management has developed a model that will help government decision makers set optimal subsidies to encourage the adoption of a green technology, taking into account the probable responses of suppliers and buyers of the new technology.