Lancaster University

Masterclass - Network Equilibrium

Lancaster University, England, March 13-14, 2018

Anna Nagurney, Ph.D.

John F. Smith Memorial Professor

Department of Operations and Information Management

Isenberg School of Management -- University of Massachusetts Amherst



Network Equilibrium

Game Theory Network Models for Disaster Relief

Perishable Product Supply Chains

Cybercrime and Cybersecurity



A Retrospective on Beckmann, McGuire and Winsten’s Studies in the Economics of Transportation
David E. Boyce, Hani S. Mahmassani, and Anna Nagurney, Papers in Regional Science, 84: (2005), pp 85–103.

A Generalized Nash Equilibrium Network Model for Post-Disaster Humanitarian Relief
Anna Nagurney, Emilio Alvarez Flores, and Ceren Soylu, Transportation Research E 95: (2016), pp 1-18.

A Variational Equilibrium Network Framework for Humanitarian Organizations in Disaster Relief: Effective Product Delivery Under Competition for Financial Funds
Anna Nagurney, Patrizia Daniele, Emilio Alvarez Flores, Valeria Caruso, to appear in Dynamics of Disasters: Algorithmic Approaches and Applications, Ilias S. Kotsireas, Anna Nagurney, and Panos M. Pardalos, Editors, Springer International Publishers Switzerland.

Competitive Food Supply Chain Networks with Application to Fresh Produce
Min Yu and Anna Nagurney, European Journal of Operational Research 224(2): (2013) pp 273-282.

A Multiproduct Network Economic Model of Cybercrime in Financial Services
Anna Nagurney, Service Science 7(1): (2015) pp 70-81.

Multifirm Models of Cybersecurity Investment Competition vs. Cooperation and Network Vulnerability
Anna Nagurney and Shivani Shukla, European Journal of Operational Research 260(2): (2017), pp 588-600.



Virtual Center for Supernetworks


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