Georgia Perakis

William A. Pounds Professor of Management
Sloan School of Management


News

Terra Firma or Aqua Corpus? Or, Where Best to Harness the Sun?

Terra Firma or Aqua Corpus? Or, Where Best to Harness the Sun?

Floating solar farms have been installed on reservoirs in Great Britain and Japan, but have been slow to gain a foothold in the United States. Why?

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Georgia Perakis

Research

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.

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January 21, 2016
Sensible subsidies
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.