Chris Dalton Parker
Applications: Technology's impact on supply chains, operations management practice and markets; electronic markets; technological innovation; technology in developing economies
Methodology: applied econometrics; economic modeling; simulation
Ph D, Management Science and Operations (Information Systems), London Business School, 2012
MRes, Management Science and Operations (Information Systems), London Business School, 2009
MSc, Computational Finance, University of Essex, 2007
BS, Business Economics and Quantitative Studies (Mathematics, Finance, International Business), Oklahoma State University, 2006
SCM 421 – Sc Analytics (3)
Models and Methodologies for supply chain analysis. SCM 421 Supply Chain Analytics (3) This course provides a spreadsheet-based, example-driven approach to learn about important supply chain models, problems, and solution methodologies. The objectives of this course are: (1) to develop valuable modeling skills that students can appreciate and use effectively in their careers (2) reinforce and enrich your understanding of supply chain theories, principles, and concepts studied previously in foundation courses. Student evaluation is based on: (1) individual and team group performance on problem-based exercises (2) individual performance on examinations (3) class participation.
SCM 496 – Indep Studies (Variable)
Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
SCM 596 – Individual Studies (Variable)
Creative projects, including nonthesis research, that are supervised on an individual basis and which fall outside the scope of formal courses.
SCM 450W – Strategic Design and Management of Supply Chains (3)
Strategic design and management of supply chains.
Research Impact and Media Mentions
Managing Editor and Member of the Special Issue Editorial Board for special issue on The Fintech Revolution