Asa Palley

Assistant Professor of Decision and Information Technologies · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Asa Palley is an expert in the areas of decision analysis, the wisdom of crowds, and judgment and decision making.

Wisdom of Crowds Decision Analysis Judgment and Decision Making

Wen Gu

Associate Professor in the Practice of Information Systems & Operations Management · Goizueta Business School

Integrating innovative technology and practices into business education. Helps business students communicate and make decisions with data.

Decision Analysis Operations and Marketing Interface Product Lifecycle Management Data Analytics in IT and Operations Green Product Design

Michael Miller

Associate Professor in the Practice of Information Systems & Operations Management · Emory University, Goizueta Business School

Management Sciences Decision Analysis and Simulation Portfolio optimization Customer Segmentation Asset Allocation

Hiba Baroud

Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering · Vanderbilt University

Expert in risk, reliability and resilience of critical infrastructure against climate change and natural disasters, particularly flooding.

Climate Change Flood Mitigation Natural Disasters Resilience modeling Interdependent Systems Data Analytics

R. Kim Craft

Associate Dean for the School of Business / Professor of Managerial Economics · Southern Utah University

Specializing in econometrics, job satisfaction with advanced degrees, and agricultural economics

Job Satisfaction with Advanced Degrees Agricultural Economics Demand Estimation Financial Analysis Business Modeling

Jason West, Ph.D., M.Phil., M.S.

Assistant Professor, Environmental Sciences & Engineering · UNC at Chapel Hill

Dr. West is interested broadly in the problems of air pollution and climate change

Climate Change Air Pollution Environmental Decision Analysis Global Health The Environment

Steve Moss

Professor · Georgia Southern University

Steve Moss specializes in tourism, forecasting and quantitative methods

Quantitative Analysis Business Statistics Quantitative Methods Tourism Forecasting

Patrick Noonan

Professor Emeritus in the Practice of Information Systems & Operations Management · Goizueta Business School

Professor Noonan came to Goizueta in 1993 from the faculty of the Harvard Business School, where he earned his Ph.D. in Decision Sciences.

Decision & Risk Analysis Game Theory Negotiation & Strategic Thinking Data Analysis

Prof. Martin Knapp

Professor of Social Policy · Department of Social Policy, London School of Economics

Professor Knapp's research focuses on dementia, mental health, autism, long-term social care, and often incorporates economic perspectives

Long Term Care Dementia Community Care Policy Health Economics Health Policy

Norma Houston, J.D.

Lecturer in Public Law & Government · UNC-Chapel Hill

Norma Houston is a professor at the School of Government at UNC-Chapel Hill and an adjunct professor at the UNC School of Law

Hurricane Management Law Public Purchasing Property Disposal Procedures For Meetings Parliamentary Procedure

Craig D. Capano, Ph.D., CPC

Expert in construction management · Florida Gulf Coast University

Craig Capano specializes in construction issues, specifically management, education and technology.

Project Management Construction Controls Construction Equipment Modularization Economics of Construction

Ken S. Wong, PharmD, MPH

Program Director, Healthcare Decision Analysis | Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical and Health Economics · USC School of Pharmacy

Ken Wong is an expert in innovations in drug pricing and reimbursement and chronic disease management.

Innovative Care Delivery Models Health Economics & Outcomes Research Managed Care Market Access & Reimbursement Innovative Pricing Models

Steven Fox, MD, MSc

Research Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical and Health Economics · USC School of Pharmacy

Steven Fox is an expert on methods to improve health outcomes through innovative use of data.

Health Outcomes Public Health Internal Medicine Pediatrics Quantitative Policy Analysis

Grant D. Lawless, MD, RPh, FACP

Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical and Health Economics · USC School of Pharmacy

Grant Lawless focuses on the intersection of health economics, applied health policy, insurance design, and competitive business.

Competitive Business Intelligence and Pricing Insurance Design Health Economics Applied Health Policy

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