Professor of Decision Science
The Frank Baker Chair in Business
Department of Information Systems and Decision Science
Office: Business Center 452
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.
Refereed Journal Articles
Singhal, K., & Singhal, J. (2012). Imperatives of the Science of Operations and Supply-Chain Management. Journal of Operations Management. 30(3), 237 to 244.
Singhal, K., & Singhal, J. (2012). Opportunities for Developing the Science of Operations and Supply-Chain Management. Journal of Operations Management. 30(3), 245-252.
Singhal, J., & Singhal, K. (2009). On the Noniterative Multiproduct Multiperiod Production Planning Method. Operations Research Letters. 37(1), 65-66.
Singhal, J., & Singhal, K. (2008). A Noniterative Algorithm for the Linear-Quadratic Profit-Maximization Model for Smoothing Multiproduct Production. INFORMS Journal on Computing. 20(2), 169-178.
"DNA of Big Data and Business Analytics" (On-Going)
"Identification of feasible sets of project portfolios from pair of mutually exclusive projects" (On-Going)
"Implied Cost of Customers' Waiting Time" (On-Going)
"Optimization of M/M/s Queues" (On-Going)
"The impact of the Holt, Modigliani, Muth, and Simon model on production and employment smoothing" (On-Going)