|Eli M. Snir
Lecturer in Management
Economics of Information Systems; Supply Chain Management; Healthcare
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- "Costly Bidding in Online Markets for IT Services", Management Science, Issue 11, 1504-1520, with L. Hitt, 2003
- "Online Auctions Enabling the Secondary Computer Market", Information Technology and Management, Issue 3, 213-234, 2006
- "The Use of Flexible Manufacturing Capacity in Pharmaceutical Product Introductions", Decision Sciences, Issue 2, 243-268, with C. Chambers, A. Ata, 2009
- "Vendor Screening in IT Contracting with a Pilot Project", Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, Issue 1, 61-88, with L. Hitt, 2004
- "Liability as a Catalyst for Product Stewardship", Production & Operations Management, Issue 2, 190-206, 2001
Eli and his wife have three sons. They have lived in Israel, Philadelphia, Dallas and now St. Louis. He enjoys traveling in the U.S. and abroad with his family.
Eli has been teaching quantitative courses in undergraduate and MBA courses since 2003 at SMU and now at Olin. His research encompasses economic aspects of markets, information, technology, and the interaction between them. Within this domain he is interested in viable structures for online procurement markets, economic aspects of trading in these markets, and contractual mechanisms in supply chains. Recently, he applied these concepts to understanding the role of information technology in healthcare.
Phone: (314) 935-6090
PhD 2000, University of Pennsylvania - Wharton School
MS 1996, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
BS 1991, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology