Dr. Noam Shamir
Innovation, Technology and Information Systems
Dr. Shamir joined the Faculty of Management's Technology and Information Systems Group during the 2012-13 academic year. Prior to joining Recanati, Dr. Shamir was a visiting Faculty at Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management.
Dr. Shamir's research focuses on the analyses of the strategic behavior of firms in decentralized supply-chains. It includes issues such as the value of information in supply-chains, incentives of firms to collaborate, the effect of repeated interaction on contract design in supply-chains and collusion in supply-chains. Dr. Shamir presented his work and chaired sessions at conferences held by institutions like the Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences (INFORMS), Manufacturing & Service Operations Management Society (MSOM) and the Production and Operations Management (POMS) and gave talks at top business schools in the US. His work was published at top journals in his field.
In addition to his academic career, Dr. Shamir has also acquired non-academic professional experience as a product manager at Comverse and the Israeli Prime Minister's Office.
Dr. Shamir's academic training and qualifications have been extensive. He received his PhD in Operations, Information and Technology from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. He holds two Master’s degrees, in Statistics from Stanford University, and in Operations and Decision Sciences (Magna Cum Laude) from the Faculty of Management, TAU, and a dual Bachelor degree in Computer Science and Management, also from TAU.