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Management Science's 65th Anniversary

  • 1.  Management Science's 65th Anniversary

    Posted 03-10-2019 20:09

    Dear Colleagues,


    Management Science is organizing a conference to celebrate the publication of the 65th volume of the journal. The conference will be held at Questrom School of Business, Boston University, from May 20th to May 21st, 2019.


    The focus of the conference is "Innovations in the Science and Practice of Management," with an emphasis on integrating theory and practice. The conference will feature plenary and invited speakers across all areas of interest to the journal.


    Plenary speakers include:


    • Patrick T. Harker: President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. Harker previously served as the President of the University of Delaware and as the Dean of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is a former EiC of Operations Research.
    • Rebecca M. Henderson: Professor at Harvard Business School with a joint appointment in the General Management and Strategy units. Henderson is also a research fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research.
    • Wallace J. Hopp: Associate Dean at Ross School of Business, University of Michigan and a former EiC of Management Science.
    • Thomas L. Magnanti: Institute Professor and former Dean of the School of Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Magnanti served as President of the Singapore University of Technology and Design. He is a former EiC of Operations Research.
    • Alvin E. Roth: Professor of Economics at Stanford University, former President of the American Economics Association, and a Nobel Laureate in Economics.


    You can find the list of all speakers in the conference website


    I hope you will find the conference of interest and you will participate in celebrating the journal's important milestone.




    David Simchi-Levi


    Management Science


    David Simchi-Levi
    Professor of Engineering Systems
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Cambridge MA