“The urgency of environmental problems today and their global effects due to the interconnectedness of the world’s ecosystems imply that we should use all available theoretical tools to develop further insights about issues facing supply chains and possible ways to increase their effectiveness and efficiency. I hope that my research will have some practical implications and motivate increased sustainability efforts in today’s markets.”
Greys Sošić is a professor and chair of the department of Data Sciences and Operations at the USC Marshall School of Business. She teaches supply chain management, sourcing and supplier management, and sustainable supply chains in Marshall’s MBA and MSc programs. She conducts research in the area of supply chain management, sustainable supply chains, competition and cooperation in supply chains, and applied game theory.
She has published papers in journals including Management Science, Operations Research, Manufacturing and Services Operations Management, and Production and Operations Management. Her latest papers are “Incentives and Emission Responsibility Allocation in Supply Chains,” forthcoming in Management Science, and “Green Recycling Networks,” forthcoming in the European Journal of Operational Research.
Sošić was a finalist in the 2006 JFIG competition, and received the Dean’s Awards for Research Excellence in 2007 and IISE Transactions Design & Manufacturing Best Paper Award in 2018.
She has served as an associate/senior editor at Management Science (2014-2017), MSOM (2008-2020), Operations Research (2018-present), POMS (2011-present), IIE Transactions (2009-present) and the Decision Sciences Journal (2010-2016). She was VP for meetings of the MSOM society.
Sošić holds a Ph.D. in management science from the University of British Columbia, and master’s and bachelor’s degrees in mathematics from the University of Zagreb, Croatia.