|Dr. Tina Wakolbinger|
Dr. Tina Wakolbinger is the Professor of Supply Chain Services and Networks at the Vienna University of Economics and Business in Austria. She assumed this position in May 2011. She is also Head of the Research Institute for Supply Chain Management there since November 2011.
She was previously an Assistant Professor in the Fogelman College of Business and Economics at the University of Memphis.
She received her Ph.D. in Business Administration with a concentration in Management Science at the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts Amherst in May 2007. She received a Masters in International Economics and Business Studies from the Leopold-Franzens University of Innsbruck in Innsbruck, Austria.
Her research interests lie in the modeling and analysis of complex decision-making on network systems with a specific focus on global issues. She is especially interested in social and knowledge networks, global transportation and telecommunication networks, financial networks, humanitarian logistics and closed-loop supply chains.
Her research in humanitarian logistics has garnered support from the Austrian Science Fund. She served on the 2015 Dynamics of Disasters Program Committee with the conference taking place, June 29-July 2, in Kalamata, Greece, with Professor Anna Nagurney as one of the co-organizers.
She is a past President of the UMass Amherst INFORMS Student Chapter and past coordinator of its Speaker Series (2004-2005 and 2005-2006). Tina is a recipient of a 2006 Graduate Student Fellowship for Outstanding Students from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. In 2006 she was awarded the Judith B. Liebman Award from INFORMS (The Institute of Operations Research and the Management Sciences).
She received the 2008-2009 Dean's Service Award from the Fogelman College of Business and Economics at the University of Memphis for her assistance in organizing the Dean's 2008 Speaker Series.
Funds allocation in NPOs: the role of administrative cost ratios
When and for whom would e-waste be a treasure trove? Insights from a network equilibrium model of e-waste flows
IT-enabled Interorganizational Information Sharing Under Co-opetition in Disasters: A Game-Theoretic Framework
The Co-Evolution and Emergence
of Integrated International Financial Networks and Social
Analysis, and Computations
Financial Engineering of the
Integration of Global Supply Chain Networks and Social Networks with
Supernetworks for the Integration
of Social Networks and Supply Chains with Electronic Commerce: Modeling
and Analysis of Buyer-Seller Relationships with Computations
Last Update: August 22, 2018