Suresh Sethi holds the Eugene McDermott Chair and is Professor of Operations Management. His research interests include:

  • Supply chain management
  • Partially observed inventory models
  • Hierarchical decisions in dynamic stochastic manufacturing systems
  • Dynamic and stochastic advertising models
  • Optimal pricing, development and maintenance of software
  • Decision, forecast, and rolling horizons in dynamic optimization problems
  • Scheduling and sequencing of robotic cells
  • Mathematical finance
  • Genuine savings and value of population

Learn more about Professor Sethi on his Home, Endowed Professorships and Chairs and Research Explorer pages.

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Recent Submissions

  • Impact of Power Structures in a Subcontracting Assembly System 

    Li, G.; Li, L.; Liu, M.; Sethi, Suresh P.
    We investigate the impact of power structures on the production and pricing strategies in a decentralized subcontracting assembly system consisting of two suppliers (key supplier and subcontractor) and one manufacturer ...
  • Analysis of Product Rollover Strategies in the Presence of Strategic Customers 

    Liang, Chao; Çakanyildirim, Metin; Sethi, Suresh P.
    Frequent product introductions emphasize the importance of product rollover strategies. With single rollover, when a new product is introduced, the old product is phased out from the market. With dual rollover, the old ...
  • Advertising Competition with Market Expansion for Finite Horizon Firms 

    Bass, Frank M.; Krishnamoorthy, A.; Prasad, Ashutosh; Sethi, Suresh P.
    Firms that want to increase the sales of their brands through advertising have the choice of capturing market share from their competitors through brand advertising, or increasing primary demand for the category through ...