Professor of Operations Management
- PhD, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Decision Sciences
- MA, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
- MBA, Drexel University, Management Analysis
- BA, Haverford College, Sociology
David Pyke is professor of operations and supply chain in the University of San Diego School of Business. He was dean of the School of Business from 2008 until 2015, leading the school to a significant presence in international rankings. Formerly, he was professor of operations and associate dean at the Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth College. He has published numerous academic research papers. His book,Inventory Management and Production Planning and Scheduling, with Silver and Peterson, is used in numerous graduate programs worldwide. He has consulted for Accenture, Corning, Eaton and Home Depot, among others. He serves as a director of GW Plastics.
Areas of Expertise
operations strategy, supply chain management, integrated enterprise risk management, pricing, inventory management, production planning and control, global sourcing
- Silver , E., Pyke, D., Thomas, D. (2016) Inventory and Production Management in Supply Chains, CRC Press.
- Pyke, D., Lee ed., C., Lee ed. , H. (2007) “Shanghai or Charlotte? The Decision to Outsource to China and Other Low Cost Countries,”, Supply Chain Excellence in Emerging Economies/Springer-Verlag(Ch. 3).
- Pyke, D., Sibdari, S. (2010) A Competitive Dynamic Pricing Model When Demand is Interdependent Over Time, European Journal of Operational Research.
- Chod, J., Rudi, N., Pyke, D. (2010) The Value of Flexibility in Make-to-Order Systems: The Effect of Demand Correlation, Operations Research, 58(4), 834-848.
- Hall, J., Kopalle, P., Pyke, D. (2002) “Static and Dynamic Pricing of Excess Capacity in a Make-To-Order Environment,”, Production and Operations Management.
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