John Molson researchers bring home best paper award
Two researchers from the Department of Supply Chain and Business Technology Management at Concordia’s John Molson School of Business won the IISE Transactions Best Paper Award in the “Design & Manufacturing” category.
Xiao Huang, an associate professor and Concordia University Research Chair in Supply Change Management and Gregory Kersten, professor and Senior Concordia University Research Chair in Decision and Negotiation Systems and their co-author Greys Sosic from the University of Southern California were announced as the winners at the Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference in Orlando in May.
Their paper, “Selling through Priceline? On the impact of name-your-own-price in competitive market”, published in IISE Transactions, examined how competitive sellers with substitutable, non-replenishable goods may sell their products through regular and name-your-own-price channels at the same time.
IISE Transactions is the flagship journal of the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE) and is one of the leading publications in the field of industrial engineering.