Anna Sáez de Tejada Cuenca
I am a fifth year doctoral candidate in Decisions, Operations and Technology Management at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, advised by Felipe Caro. My research interests include empirical operations management, social responsibility, behavioral operations management, supply chain management, and the apparel industry.
Before starting my doctoral studies, I was a research assistant at IESE Business School, supervised by Víctor Martínez de Albéniz, and a junior R&D engineer at Sabirmedical. During my PhD, I interned at Amazon, in the Supply Chain Optimization Technologies team. I have a BSc in Mathematics and a MSc in Mathematical Engineering from the School of Mathematics and Statistics at UPC-BarcelonaTech.
I am on the the 2018-19 academic job market. I will be available for interviews at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Phoenix, where I will also be presenting my research in the following sessions:
- Can Brands Claim Ignorance? Unauthorized Subcontracting in Apparel Supply Chains
Session TE16, presentation 4/4, 4.35 PM, Tuesday, Nov. 6th, 127B, North Bldg.
- Believing in Analytics: Managers' Adherence to Price Recommendations from a DSS
Session TE21, presentation 1/5, 4.35 PM, Tuesday, Nov. 6th, 129B, North Bldg.
- Loss Aversion in Managers' Pricing Decision Making at a Fast Fashion Retailer
Session TA11, presentation 2/4, 7.30 AM, Tuesday, Nov. 6th, 125B, North Bldg.
My e-mail address is email@example.com.