Prof. Gal Raz
Area: Operations and Supply Chain
Affiliation: Ivey Business School
Professor Gal Raz, is a Associate Professor at Ivey Business School and teaches Operations and Supply Chain Management. He received his Ph.D. in business and a master’s degree focusing on public policy from Stanford University. His research centers on supply-chain management and sustainable operations, with a special focus on pricing, remanufacturing, innovation and government environmental regulations. His research and work has been published in academic journals such as Management Science, Production and Operations Management (POM) and IEEE Transactions, and business magazines such as Strategy and Business and the Washington Post. He serves on the editorial board of POM and as a referee for Management Science, Operations Research, and Manufacturing and Service Operations Management (M&SOM).
Throughout his career, Professor Raz has been involved in leadership roles in professional organizations. From 2007 to 2009, he served as the president of the Junior Faculty Interest Group (JFIG) at INFORMS and received the INFORMS Moving Spirit Service Award for his work with JFIG. In 2010, he was the co-chair of the SCM M&SOM SIG conference in Israel, and in 2012 co-chaired POM’s sustainable operations college mini-conference in Chicago. Professor Raz is the current president of POM’s sustainable operations college, a member of POM’s board, and the VP of Meetings for M&SOM. Raz was involved in numerous consulting projects with many companies on topics relating to supply-chain management, innovation and sustainable operations in Australia, the United States and Israel.
Prior to joining the Ivey, he was on the faculty of the Darden Graduate School of Business at UVA and the Australian Graduate School of Management in Sydney. He also taught in several other schools such as Kellogg School of Management, and IDC and the Technion in Israel.
- PHD, Operations, Informations and Technology, Stanford University
- M.S., Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University
- B. Sc. Industrial Engineering and Management, Israel Institute of Technology