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Cagri Haksoz

Cagri Haksoz

Visiting Associate Professor of Management
Quantitative Methods

 Dr. Çagri Haksöz is a visiting associate professor of management at the Krannert School of Management of Purdue University. Prior to joining Purdue University, Dr. Haksöz has contributed to the Sabanci School of Management of Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey as a supply chain, operations, and risk management faculty in various academic roles. He held visiting positions at the Indian School of Business at Hyderabad, India, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, Germany, and New York University, Stern School of Business. During 2004-2008, he was a member of the operations management faculty at Cass Business School, City, University of London, UK. 
 Dr. Haksöz has published articles in journals such as Operations Research, MIT Sloan Management Review, Mathematics of Operations Research, The Journal of Operational Research Society, International Journal of Production Research, The Journal of Operational Risk, IEEE Systems Journal, Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science. Dr. Haksöz has also authored, co-authored, co-edited books titled Managing Supply Chains on the Silk Road (with S. Seshadri and A. Iyer, 2011), Global Perspectives: Turkey (with M. Cakanyildirim, 2012), Risk Intelligent Supply Chains (2013), and Ipek Yolunda Tedarik Zinciri Yönetimi (with S. Seshadri and A. Iyer, 2014).  
 His research, teaching, and advising focus on risk intelligence, supply chain risk, behavioral decision making, and New Silk Road. Dr. Haksöz holds MPhil and PhD degrees in Operations Management from New York University's Stern School of Business and BSc degree in Industrial Engineering from Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey. Connecting mind with heart, Dr. Haksöz has been composing, improvising, performing, and teaching as a traditional Silk Road musician for over 30 years. 

  • Managing Global Supply Chain Risks

    Professor Çagri Haksöz discusses how less can be more in managing global supply chain risks

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