Kalyanmal Singhal, D.B.A.
Professor of Operations Management
Doris E. and Robert V. McCurdy Chair in Business
Department of Management and International Business
Office: Business Center 550
- D.B.A., Kent State University
- M.B.A., Kent State University
- B.Tech., Indian Institute of Technology
Dr. Singhal is a Professor of Management in the Merrick School of Business. In 1989, in collaboration with about three-hundred professors and executives, Singhal founded the Production and Operation Management Society (POMS). He serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the Production and Operation Management Journal. The journal publishes scientific research into the problems, interest, and concerns of managers who manage product and process design, operations, and supply chains. It covers all topics in product and process design, operations, and supply chain management. Dr. Singhal is a distinguished researcher in the field of Operations Management. He currently holds Doris E. and Robert V. McCurdy Chair in Business.
Trade-and-Innovation Dynamics and its science.
Supply-chain and operations management, including sustainability. International operations, and innovation and international trade.
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.
Non-Refereed Journal Articles
Singhal, K. (2014). POMS Initiatives for Promoting Practice-Driven Research and Research-Influenced Practice. Production and Operations Management. 23(5), 725-727.
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)