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Jaya Singhal, Ph.D.

Professor of Decision Science
The Frank Baker Chair for Research Excellence

Department of Information Systems and Decision Science
Office: Business Center 452
Phone: 410.837.5256
E-mail: jsinghal@ubalt.edu

Education:

  • Ph.D., University of Arizona
  • M.S., Marathwada University
  • B.S., Marathwada University
  • Bio

    Jaya Singhal is a professor in the Department of Information Systems and Decision Science. Her research focuses on topics in Management Science, Supply Chain Management, and Operations Management.

  • Research Interests

    Management Science, Business Analytics, Supply Chain Management, Operations Management, Economics

  • Teaching Interests

    Business Analytics, Management Science, Statistics, Supply Chain Management

  • Recent Publications

    Intellectual Contributions

    Refereed Journal Articles

    Singhal, K., Singhal, J., & . (2019). Technology and Manufacturing in China Before the Industrial Revolution and Glimpses of the Future. Production and Operations Management Journal. 28(3), 505-515.

    Singhal, K., Singhal, J., & Kumar, S. (2018). The Value of the Customer’s Waiting Time for General Queues. Decision Sciences.

    Singhal, J., Singhal, K., Roth, A., & Tang, C. S. (2016). Knowledge Creation and Dissemination in Operations and Supply-Chain Management. Production and Operations Management Journal. 25(9), 1473 - 1488.

    Research in Progress

    ". A general theory of trade-and- innovation dynamics and its science, part 3: Uniform innovation, population increases, productivity catch up, and adding goods to trade" (Planning)

    "A general theory of trade-and- innovation dynamics and its science, part 1: Fundamental theorems for a linear N-good model" (On-Going)

    "A general theory of trade-and- innovation dynamics and its science, part 2: Impact of innovation in individual goods on the innovator and its trading partners" (On-Going)

    "A general theory of trade-and- innovation dynamics and its science, part 4: Monopolistic competition, spending unequal share of income on difference goods, and a synthesis" (Planning)

    "Design of the business school: critical role of research beyond the Pasteur’s quadrant" (Writing Results)