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    • Appendix to "Managing Slow Moving Perishables in the Grocery Industry" 

      Ferguson, Mark E.; Ketzenberg, Michael E. (2007-02-14)
      An appendix to the paper "Managing Slow Moving Perishables in the Grocery Industry"
    • Appendix to "Managing Slow Moving Perishables in the Grocery Industry" (ed.2) 

      Ferguson, Mark E.; Ketzenberg, Michael E. (2007-05-01)
      An on-line appendix to "Managing Slow Moving Perishables in the Grocery Industry" by Michael E. Ketzenberg and Mark E. Ferguson
    • Appendix to "Managing Slow Moving Perishables in the Grocery Industry" (ed.3) 

      Ferguson, Mark E.; Ketzenberg, Michael E. (2007-05-02)
      An on-line appendix to "Managing Slow Moving Perishables in the Grocery Industry" by Michael E. Ketzenberg and Mark E. Ferguson
    • Appendix to "Relicensing Fees as a Secondary Market Strategy" 

      Ferguson, Mark E.; Oraiopoulos, Nektarios; Toktay, L. Beril (2007-02-16)
      Appendix to "Relicensing Fees as a Secondary Market Strategy"
    • Bid-Response Models for Customized Pricing (Ed. 2) 

      Ferguson, Mark E.; Agrawal, Vishal (2008-01-11)
      In this paper, we study pricing situations where a firm provides a price quote in the presence of uncertainty in the preferences of the buyer and the competitive landscape. We introduce two customized-pricing bid-response ...
    • Commitment Decisions with Partial Information Updating (ed.1) 

      Ferguson, Mark E.; DeCroix, Gregory A.; Zipkin, Paul Herbert (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004-07-08)
      In this paper, we extend the results of Ferguson [10] on an end-product manufacturer's choice of when to commit to an order quantity from its parts supplier. During the supplier's lead-time, information arrives about end ...
    • Commitment Decisions with Partial Information Updating (ed.2) 

      DeCroix, Gregory A.; Zipkin, Paul Herbert (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004-12-21)
      In this paper, we extend the results of Ferguson [10] on an end-product manufacturer's choice of when to commit to an order quantity from its parts supplier. During the supplier's lead-time, information arrives about ...
    • A Comparison of Unconstraining Methods to Improve Revenue Management Systems (ed.1) 

      Ferguson, Mark E.; Crystal, Carolyn Roberts; Higbie, Jon; Kapoor, Rohit (2005-12-07)
      A successful revenue management system requires accurate demand forecasts for each customer segment. These forecasts are used to set booking limits for lower value customers to ensure an adequate supply for higher value ...
    • A Comparison of Unconstraining Methods to Improve Revenue Management Systems (ed.2) 

      Ferguson, Mark E.; Crystal, Carolyn Roberts; Higbie, Jon; Kapoor, Rohit (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-05-31)
      A successful revenue management system requires accurate demand forecasts for each customer segment. The forecasts are used to set booking limits for lower value customers to ensure an adequate supply for higher value ...
    • A Comparison of Unconstraining Methods to Improve Revenue Management Systems (ed.3) 

      Ferguson, Mark E.; Crystal, Carolyn Roberts; Higbie, Jon; Kapoor, Rohit (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-02-16)
      A successful revenue management system requires accurate demand forecasts for each customer segment. The forecasts are used to set booking limits for lower value customers to ensure an adequate supply for higher value ...
    • The Effect of Competition on Recovery Strategies (ed.1) 

      Ferguson, Mark E.; Toktay, L. Beril (2005-01-13)
      Manufacturers often face a choice of whether to recover the value in their end-of-life products through remanufacturing. In many cases, firms choose not to remanufacture, as they are (rightly) concerned that the remanufactured ...
    • The Effect of Competition on Recovery Strategies (ed.2) 

      Ferguson, Mark E.; Toktay, L. Beril (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005-07)
      Manufacturers often face a choice of whether to recover the value in their end-of-life products through remanufacturing. In many cases, firms choose not to remanufacture, as they are (rightly) concerned that the ...
    • The Effect of Competition on Recovery Strategies (ed.3) 

      Ferguson, Mark E.; Toktay, L. Beril (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005-11)
      Manufacturers often face a choice of whether to recover the value in their end-of-life products through remanufacturing. In many cases, firms choose not to remanufacture, as they are (rightly) concerned that the ...
    • Expert Opinions: Current Pricing and Revenue Management Practice Across U.S. Industries 

      Ferguson, Mark E.; Garrow, Laurie; Swann, Julie; Keskinocak, Pinar (2006-09-16)
      On May 18, 2006, the second annual Revenue Management and Price Optimization conference was held at the Georgia Institute of Technology. The theme of the conference was on how the Internet is changing traditional revenue ...
    • Extracting airline and passenger behavior from online distribution channels: applications using online pricing and seat map data 

      Mumbower, Stacey M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-07-01)
      Although the airline industry has drastically changed since its deregulation in 1978, publically available sources of data have remained nearly the same. In the U.S., most researchers and decision-makers rely on government ...
    • How Should a Firm Manage Deteriorating Inventory? (ed.2) 

      Ferguson, Mark E.; Koenigsberg, Oded (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005-06-12)
      Firms selling goods whose quality level deteriorates over time often face difficult decisions when unsold inventory remains. Since the leftover product is often perceived to be of lower quality than the new product, ...
    • How Should a Firm Manage Deteriorating Inventory? (ed.1) 

      Ferguson, Mark E.; Koenigsberg, Oded (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004-09-14)
      Firms selling goods whose quality level deteriorates over time often face difficult decisions when unsold inventory remains. Since the leftover product is often perceived to be of lower quality than the new product, ...
    • How Should a Firm Manage Deteriorating Inventory? (ed.3) 

      Ferguson, Mark E.; Koenigsberg, Oded (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005-12-15)
      Firms selling goods whose quality level deteriorates over time often face difficult decisions when unsold inventory remains. Since the leftover product is often perceived to be of lower quality than the new product, ...
    • Information Sharing to Improve Retail Product Freshness of Perishables (ed.2) 

      Ferguson, Mark E.; Ketzenberg, Michael E. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005-05-30)
      We explore the value of information (VOI) in the context of a retailer that provides a perishable product to consumers and receives replenishment from a single supplier. We assume a periodic review model with stochastic ...
    • Information Sharing to Improve Retail Product Freshness of Perishables (ed.1) 

      Ferguson, Mark E.; Ketzenberg, Michael E. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004-09-14)
      We explore the value of information (VOI) in the context of a retailer that provides a perishable product to consumers and receives replenishment from a single supplier. We assume a periodic review model with stochastic ...