Saed Alizamir

Assistant Professor of Operations Management

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Professor Alizamir’s research interests lie in the areas of social responsibility and sustainability as well as healthcare operations. His research is mainly focused on public policy-related problems in these settings that involve dynamic decision-making and learning. In studying private-public interactions, he incorporates operational elements into his analytical models and applies various tools from Operations Research and game theory. The goal of his research is to provide normative recommendations that can inform better policy decisions, especially in areas where not enough data exists to run full-fledged empirical studies. He has worked on government subsidy instruments in renewable energy industry and agriculture as well as optimal control of diagnostic systems such as nurse triage.

Expertise

Education

  • PhD, Duke University, 2013
  • MS, University of Florida
  • BS, Sharif University of Technology

Courses

  • The Executive MGT 430
  • Managing Sustainable Operations MGT 872

Selected Articles

An Analysis of Price vs. Revenue Protection: Government Subsidies in the Agriculture Industry

S. Alizamir, F. Iravani and H. Mamani
Management Science
2017

Selected Working Papers

Competing to Discover Compliance Violations: Self-Inspections and Enforcement Policies

S. Alizamir and S. Kim
2017

Achievements

  • Excellence in Teaching Award, EMBA Sustainability Track, Yale School of Management, Spring, 2016