David Pyke

Dean

Selected Publications

  • “Shanghai or Charlotte? The Decision to Outsource to China and Other Low Cost Countries,”, Supply Chain Excellence in Emerging Economies/Springer-Verlag
  • Humane Work and the Challenges of Job Design, Rethinking the Purpose of Business, University of Notre Dame Press
  • Real-Time Profit Optimization: Coordinating Demand and Supply Chain Management,, ASCET/ CIO.COM
  • A Competitive Dynamic Pricing Model When Demand is Interdependent Over Time, European Journal of Operational Research
  • Static and Dynamic Pricing of Excess Capacity in a Make-To-Order Environment, POMS (Production and Operations Management)

Working Papers

  • A Dynamic Pricing Model for Coordinated Sales and Operations
  • An assemble-to-order system with component substitution
  • Resource Investment, Allocation and Product Pricing in Mass Customization with Secondary Market

Summary

David Pyke, Ph.D. is dean of the School of Business Administration at the University of San Diego. Formerly, he was professor of Operations Management, and associate dean at the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College. He has made major research contributions in inventory models, production planning and scheduling, and global production and distribution systems. He is a frequent faculty at executive programs, and has taught at the International University of Japan, the Helsinki School of Economics and the WHU - Otto-Beisheim-Hochschule, Vallendar, Germany. He has consulted for The Rand Corporation, Accenture, Corning, DHL, Eaton, Home Depot and Markem, among others. He serves on the Board of Directors of GW Plastics, Concepts NREC, and the Lwala Community Alliance, a nonprofit focused on community development in Kenya. He is a scientific advisor for SignalDemand and for SeeControl.


Summary

David Pyke, Ph.D. is dean of the School of Business Administration at the University of San Diego. Formerly, he was professor of Operations Management, and associate dean at the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College. He has made major research contributions in inventory models, production planning and scheduling, and global production and distribution systems. He is a frequent faculty at executive programs, and has taught at the International University of Japan, the Helsinki School of Economics and the WHU - Otto-Beisheim-Hochschule, Vallendar, Germany. He has consulted for The Rand Corporation, Accenture, Corning, DHL, Eaton, Home Depot and Markem, among others. He serves on the Board of Directors of GW Plastics, Concepts NREC, and the Lwala Community Alliance, a nonprofit focused on community development in Kenya. He is a scientific advisor for SignalDemand and for SeeControl.