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Mikhail Sher, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor


Department
Management and Leadership
Office
Bey Hall 143
Phone
732-571-3659
Email
msher@monmouth.edu

Mikhail Sher, Ph.D.

Dr. Sher’s main research interests lie in the areas of inventory control and supply chain management with a focus on optimal order policies and supply chain coordination. His secondary research stream is focused on application of decision sciences tools to accounting, marketing and service operations management. His favorite part about teaching is seeing the growth and progress of his students.

Education

Ph.D., Drexel University

M.S., Columbia University

B.S., Carnegie Mellon University

Publications

Scholarly Articles

Sher, M. M., Paz, M. T., Smith, D. R. (2021). “Case study: HereWay Inc. European expansion: A facility location problem. Advances in global services and retail management.” USF M3 Publishing (pp. 1–6).

Sher, M., Kim, S. L., Banerjee, A., & Paz, M. T. (2018). A Supply Chain Coordination Mechanism for Common Items Subject to Failure in the Electronics, Defense, and Medical Industries. International Journal of Production Economics (IJPE), 203.

Sher, M. & Kim, S.L. (2015). An Economic Order Quantity Model for Items Experiencing Failure in Storage. International Journal of Operational Research (IJOR), 22(4).

Sher, M. & Kim, S.L. (2014). Supply Chain Coordination with Quantity Discount for Seasonal Demand. International Journal of Supply Chain Management, 3(3).

Sher, M. and Banerjee, A. (2014). Solving Unit Commitment Problem with Parallel Computing. Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Management Science and Engineering Management. Berlin, Germany: Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

Presentations/Invited Talks

Conference Presentations:

Smith, D., & Sher, M. (2020). “A Classroom Project for Teaching Large-scale Decision Optimization.” Proceedings of the 2020 NorthEast Business and Economics Conference (pp.147-154).

Lee, R., Paz, M., Sher, M. “Corporate Social Responsibility and the Role of Fairness Heuristics in Promoting Supply Chain Cooperation,” presented at Northeast Decision Sciences Institute Conference, Providence, RI, April 2018

Sher, M., McCullough, B.D., Paz, M.T., Wang, S. “‘Make Me an Offer’ – The Effects of Poker Room Promotions on Player Traffic and Revenue Generation,” presented at Academy of Business Research Conference, Atlantic City, NJ, September 2017 – received Best Paper Award.

Sher, M. & Paz, M.T. “Coordination Mechanisms for a Supply Chain with a Two-Stage Ordering Policy,” presented at Academy of Business Research Conference, New Orleans, LA, March 2017

Sher, M., Banerjee, A., Kim, S.L. “An Economic Production Quantity Model and Supply Chain Coordination Mechanisms for Items Experiencing Failure in Storage,” presented at Northeast Decision Sciences Institute Conference 2016, Alexandria, VA, April 2016

Sher, M. & Kim, S.L. “Supply Chain Coordination with Quantity Discount for Seasonal Demand,” presented at Informs Annual Meeting 2014, San Francisco, CA, November 2014

Sher, M. & Banerjee, A. “Solving Unit Commitment Problem with Parallel Computing,” presented at the Seventh International Conference on Management Science and Engineering Management, Philadelphia, PA, November 2013

Sher, M. & Kim, S.L. “An Economic Order Quantity Model for Items Experiencing Failure in Storage,” presented at Informs Annual Meeting 2013, Minneapolis, MN, October 2013

Courses

Frequently Taught Classes

  • Introduction to Statistics (BM 518)
  • Logistics and Supply Management (BM 408)
  • Management Science and Business Analytics (BM 620)
  • Operations Management (BM 350)

Recently Taught Classes

2022 Summer B

  • Introduction to Statistics - BM 518
  • Logistics and Supply Management - BM 408

2022 Spring

  • Logistics and Supply Management - BM 408
  • Operations Management - BM 350

2021 Fall

  • Operations Management - BM 350

2021 Summer B

  • Introduction to Statistics - BM 518
  • Logistics and Supply Management - BM 408

2021 Spring

  • Operations Management - BM 350
  • Production and Operations Management - BM 519

2020 Fall

  • Operations Management - BM 350

2020 Summer E

  • Introduction to Statistics - BM 518
  • Logistics and Supply Management - BM 408

2020 Spring

  • Introduction to Statistics - BM 518
  • Operations Management - BM 350

2019 Fall

  • Management Science and Business Analytics - BM 620
  • Operations Management - BM 350

2019 Summer E

  • Logistics and Supply Management - BM 408

2019 Spring

  • Logistics and Supply Management - BM 408
  • Operations Management - BM 350
  • Project Management - BM 429