dr. M. (Michael) Becker-Peth
Michael Becker-Peth is an assistant professor of operations and supply chain management at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. His research focuses on behavioral operations management, for example in the field of inventory management and supply chain contracting. His research has been published in leading academic journals such as Management Science, Production and Operations Management, and European Journal of Operational Research. Before joining, RSM, he worked as an assistant professor at the University of Cologne. He obtained his PhD (in Supply Chain Management) and MSc (in Business Administration) also from the University of Cologne.
Work in Progress (5)
- S. Sülz, A. Fügener, M. Becker-Peth & B. Roth (2020). Waiting for the nurse – the potential of patient-based nurse staffing.
- A.L. Sachs, M. Becker-Peth, S. Minner & U.W. Thonemann (2020). An Analysis of Empirical Newsvendor Decisions: Target Service Levels are Achieved Effectively, but Inefficiently.
- X. Zhang, M. Becker-Peth, J. De Vries & R. de Koster (2020). Efforts go to waste? Planet-profit trade-offs in supply chain collaboration.
- A.L. Sachs, M. Becker-Peth, S. Minner & U.W. Thonemann (2020). Which decision support do empirical newsvendors need? How to use local knowledge best.
- M. Becker-Peth, E. Katok & U.W. Thonemann (2019). Negotiation under the Buyback Contract - How to Improve Efficiency and Fairness.
M. Becker-Peth, K. Hoberg & M. Protopappa-Sieke (2019). Multiperiod Inventory Management with Budget Cycles: Rational and Behavioral Decision-Making. Production and Operations Management, 29 (3), 643-663. doi: 10.1111/poms.13123
S. Sülz, K. Langhammer, M. Becker-Peth & B. Roth (2017). What drives perceived work intensity in neonatal intensive care units? Empirical evidence from a longitudinal study. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 73 (10), 2441-2449. doi: 10.1111/jan.13301
K. Langhammer, S. Sülz, M. Becker-Peth & B. Roth (2017). Observational study shows that nurses spend more time caring for mechanically ventilated preterm infants than those receiving non‐invasive ventilation. Acta Paediatrica, 106 (11), 1787-1792. doi: 10.1111/apa.14010
M. Becker-Peth & U.W. Thonemann (2016). Reference points in revenue sharing contracts—How to design optimal supply chain contracts. European Journal of Operational Research, 249 (3), 1033-1049. doi: 10.1016/j.ejor.2015.06.007
M. Becker-Peth, E. Katok & U.W. Thonemann (2013). Designing buyback contracts for irrational but predictable newsvendors. Management Science, 59 (8), 1800-1816. doi: 10.1287/mnsc.1120.1662
M. Becker-Peth & U.W. Thonemann (2018). Behavioral Inventory Decisions: The Newsvendor and Other Inventory Settings (Chapter 11). In K. Donohue, E. Katok & S. Leider (Eds.), The Handbook of Behavioral Operations (pp. 393-432). Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons
M. Becker-Peth. Behavioral Supply Chain Contracting–Decision Biases in Behavioral Operations Management. University of Cologne (Köln: Kölner Wissenschaftsverlag) Prom./coprom.: Prof. Dr. U. Thonemann.
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