Manu Goyal

Manu  Goyal
  • Assistant Professor, Ois Operations & Info Systems, University of Utah

Biography

Education

  • PhD 2005, Operations and Information Management, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

Honors & Awards

  • Meritorious service award from Manufacturing and Service Operations Management (M&SOM) for year 2013. 04/2014
  • Chan Hahn Best Paper Award for the paper "The impact of new product introduction on plant productivity in the North American automotive industry" at the 2011 Academy of Management annual conference. 08/2011
  • Meritorious service award from Manufacturing and Service Operations Management (MSOM). 2009
  • Meritorious service award from Manufacturing and Service Operations Management (MSOM). 2008
  • 'Top 15% ' Teaching Award from the Robert H. Smith School of Business (University of Maryland), for core MBA teaching. 2007
  • Meritorious service award from Manufacturing and Service Operations Management (MSOM). 2006
  • Finalist of the Junior Faculty Interest Group (JFIG) best paper competition. 2006
  • Graduate Research Board (GRB) Summer Award from the University of Maryland. 2006
  • Outstanding Scholar Award from the Department of Operations and Information Management, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. 07/2004

Biography

Manu Goyal is an Assistant Professor in Operations Management. Manu's research focusses on information flows in supply chains, information leakage, innovation and flexibility. He teaches courses in supply chain management, operations management and spreadsheet modeling.

Previous to joining the David Eccles School of Business, Manu was a faculty at the Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland.

Research

 

Publications in Refereed Journals

  • Goyal M. and S. Netessine. 2007. Strategic technology choice and capacity investment under demand uncertainty. Management Science, Volume 53 (2), pp. 192-207. (pdf) Technical Appendix (pdf)
  • Anand, K.S. and M. Goyal. 2009. Strategic information management under leakage in a supply chain. Management Science, Volume 55 (3), pp. 438-452.(pdf) Technical Appendix (pdf)
  • Goyal M, and S. Netessine. 2011. Volume flexibility with multiple products and the tradeoff with product flexibility. Manufacturing and Service Operations Management, Vol 13(2), Spring 2011, pp. 180-193. (pdf)
  • Gopal, A., M. Goyal, S. Netessine and M. Reindorp. 2013. The impact of new product introduction on plant productivity in the North American automotive industry. Management Science Vol 59(10) (pdf)   (This paper won the 2011 Chan Hahn Best Paper Award at the Academy of Management annual conference.)

Working papers and Manuscripts in preparation

  • Elmaghraby W.J, M. Goyal and A. Pilehvar. Right-of-First-Refusal in Sequential Procurement Auctions. (pdf)
  • K.S. Anand, M. Goyal and Y. Kim. Strategic Ordering: When and how much to order.
  • Chen He, M.Goyal. and Y. Xu. Information acquisition strategies in competitive R&D: Market Research Vs. Competitive Intelligence
  • Anand, K.S., H. Chen and M.Goyal. Trembling into myopia: Honesty in the dynamic hold-up problem.
  • Goyal, M., S. Netessine and T. Randall. Deployment of manufacturing flexibility: an empirical analysis of the North American automotive industry. (pdf)