Recent Research

  1. “A Statistical Model for Energy Intensity,” with Marjaneh Issapour and Lori L. Scarlatos. To appear in the Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics, and Informatics.
  2. “Measuring Efficiency in the Presence of Head-to-Head Competition,” with Thomas R. Sexton. Journal of Productivity Analysis 38, 2012, pp, 183-197.
  3. “FuzzEA: A Fuzzy Logic Approach to Efficiency Analysis,” with Thomas R. Sexton.  INFOR: Information Systems and Operational Research 49, 2011, pp. 182-192.
  4. “Using DEA Factor Efficiency Scores to Eliminate Subjectivity in Goal Programming.”  Advances in Operations Research 2011, 2011, pp. 1-18.
  5. “Resolving the Deposit Dilemma: A New DEA Bank Efficiency Model,” with Dmytro Holod. Journal of Banking and Finance 35, 2011, pp. 2801-2810.
  6. “A Model for Efficiency Analysis of the Customer Satisfaction Process,” with Sanal K. Mazvancheryl. Innovative Marketing 7, 2011, pp. 33-45.
  7. “An Efficiency-Based Multicriteria Strategic Planning Model for Ambulatory Surgery Centers,” with Thomas R. Sexton and Melissa A. Dolan.  Journal of Medical Systems 35, 2011, pp. 1029-1037.
  8. “Organizational Capability, Efficiency, and Effectiveness in Major League Baseball: 1901-2002,” with Thomas R. Sexton, and Kathleen A. Lock.  European Journal of Operational Research 197, 2009, pp. 731-740.
  9. “Unoriented Two-Stage DEA: The Case of the Oscillating Intermediate Products,” with Thomas R. Sexton and Sreekanth Mallikarjun.  Submitted for publication in the European Journal of Operational Research (under 2nd review).
  10. “Operational Performance of U.S. Public Rail Transit and Implications for Public Policy,” with Thomas R. Sexton and Sreekanth Mallikarjun.  Submitted for publication in SocioEconomic Planning Sciences (under 1st review).
  11.  “Using Physician Incentives to Improve Hospital Performance,” with Thomas R. Sexton, Melissa A. Dolan and Todd R. Griffin.
  12. “Hyperbolic DEA: A Balanced Orientation Model,” with Thomas R. Sexton and Sreekanth Mallikarjun.
  13. “The Fleet Coordination Problem,” with Thomas R. Sexton.
  14. “A Look at the NBA: Is there a Link between Player Efficiency and Team Effectiveness?” with Thomas R. Sexton and Natalya Kvetnaya.
  15. “Efficiency Analysis of the Customer Satisfaction Process in the Hotel Industry,” with King (Kathy) Lee and Sanal K. Mazvancheryl.
  16. “OR Block Schedule Optimization: From a Tactical Design to a Strategic Design,” with Thomas R. Sexton, Kenneth Rosenfeld, and Melissa A. Dolan.
  17. “Optimization and Heuristic Models for the School Bus Fleet Size Problem,” with Thomas R. Sexton and Sreekanth Mallikarjun.
  18. “Data Envelopment Analysis with Binary Weights.”
  19. “Using Data Envelopment Analysis to Measure Automobile Performance,” with Ki Uk Kang.
  20. “Measuring the Efficiency of U.S. Business Schools: A Comparison of Two DEA Models,” with Hoi Ian Cheang.
  21. “Portfolio Selection Using Data Envelopment Analysis to Rank Investments” with Mark Palermo and No Eul Kim.
  22. “A Heuristic for the Refueling Problem: A Variant of the Capacitated Fixed-Charge Facility Location Problem.”
  23. “On the Multi-Processor Scheduling Problem,” with Thomas R. Sexton.
  24.  “The Site Balanced k-Traveling Salesman Problem,” with Thomas R. Sexton.
  25.  “A Stochastic Model for the Multi-Period Job Selection Problem,” with Susan A. Slotnick.

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