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Biography:

Shivani Shukla is a Doctoral Student in Business Administration with a major in Management Science at the Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts Amherst.

She received her BSc and MSc in Statistics from the Gujarat University, India, in 2007 and 2009, respectively. During this period, she worked as a Research Associate at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad and assisted and co-authored case studies and teaching notes. She earned fellowships from the Indian Institute of Management, Indore and from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.

Shivani was elected President of the UMass Amherst INFORMS Student Chapter for 2013-2014. She served as the chapter's Communications Director for 2012-2013.

She was a TA for Professor Anna Nagurney's OIM 413 course: Logistics and Transportation in the Fall 2013 semester and has also independetly taught Statistics classes at the Isenberg School of Management.

In 2016, Shivani received the Outstanding Docoral Student Teaching Award from the Isenberg School of Management.

Her research interests include Supply Chain Management as well as Sustainability and Freight Transportation as well as Cybersecurity.

Selected Publications:

A Supply Chain Network Game Theory Model of Cybersecurity Investments with Nonlinear Budget Constraints
Anna Nagurney, Patrizia Daniele, and Shivani Shukla, to appear in Annals of Operations Research.

A Supply Chain Game Theory Framework for Cybersecurity Investments Under Network Vulnerability
Anna Nagurney, Ladimer S. Nagurney, and Shivani Shukla, in press in Computation, Cryptography, and Network Security (2015), N.J. Daras and M.T. Rassias, Editors, Springer, New York.

Supply Chain Network Competition in Price and Quality with Multiple Manufacturers and Freight Service Providers
Anna Nagurney, Sara Saberi, Shivani Shukla, and Jonas Floden, Transportation Research E 77: (2015) pp 248-267.

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Last Update: August 13, 2016