Nikolay Osadchiy is an Associate Professor of Information Systems & Operations Management at Emory University's Goizueta Business School. His research interests are in supply chain management, where he studies how supply networks affect risk and operational performance, and in revenue management where he studies the impact of behavioral regularities on pricing. He has published in the leading academic journals including Management Science, Operations Research, and Production and Operations Management. He has taught an elective Supply Chain Management and the core Process and Systems Management courses in the BBA, MBA, and EvMBA programs. Nikolay holds a PhD in Operations Management from the New York University Stern School of Business and MS in Applied Mathematics and Physics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.
Areas of Expertise (5)
New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business: Ph.D., Operations Management 2010
New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business: M.Phil, Operations Management 2008
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology: M.S., Applied Mathematics and Physics 2002
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology: B.S., Applied Mathematics and Physics 2000
Media Appearances (3)
Customer Focused Retail Strategy
IEDP Developing Leaders online
Research from Nikolay Osadchiy, assistant professor of information systems and operations management at Goizueta Business School, highlights how the decision to purchase an item at regular price or wait for a possible markdown involves a multi-step mental process and that this process is predictable.
Emory Professor Nikolay Osadchiy on Science Behind Retail Markdowns
The Dana Barrett Show (WAFS) (Wall Street Business Network) radio
During the first hour, we were joined by Nikolay Osadchiy, Assistant Professor at the Department of Information Systems and Operations Management of the Emory University Goizueta Business School. Professor Osadchiy explained the science behind retail markdowns and discussed consumer behavior.
Teaching business in the digital age
Emory News Center
For example, faculty can leverage social media tools like Twitter, Google Docs, and public blogs to extend classroom discussion beyond physical walls. Nikolay Osadchiy, assistant professor of information systems and operations management, has launched just such a blog, providing an online forum for students to share opinions on current business news.
"I have a two-fold approach to the use of technology in teaching," he explains. "The first part focuses on enhancing in-class learning. For example, I post spreadsheets for systems simulation and forecasting online before class so students can follow along on their laptops during class discussion. The second part, learning reinforcement, involves things like uploading video recordings that go over complicated concepts we've discussed in class. Students find them very helpful."...