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Saibal Ray

Supply-Side Story: Risks, Guarantees, Competition, and Information Asymmetry

AuthorsGümüş, M.,  Gurnani, H., and Ray, S.  

PublicationManagement Science

Published: 23Nov2015

GE expansion suggests Canadian manufacturing may get boost from U.S. gridlock

Canadian manufacturing could be on the brink of a much-needed investment boost from an unlikely source: the U.S. government.
... “Given that our dollar is weak, the timing is such that, if we are ready, we can take advantage absolutely,” said Saibal Ray, associate dean at McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management.

Published: 5Oct2015

Effects of upstream and downstream mergers on supply chain profitability

Authors: Zhu, J., Boyaci, T. and Ray, S.

PublicationsEuropean Journal of Operational Research

Published: 29Sep2015

Joint procurement and demand-side bidding strategies under price volatility

Authors: Nie, X., Boyacı, T., Gümüş, M., Ray, S., Zhang, D.
Publication: Annals of Operations Research


Published: 10Apr2015

United We Stand, Divided We Fall: Strategic Supplier Alliances Under Default Risk

Authors: Xiao Huang, Tamer Boyaci, Mehmet Gumus, Saibal Ray and Dan Zhang

Publication: Management Science 


Published: 6Feb2015

"Ordering Behavior Under Supply Risk: An Experimental Investigation," Manufacturing and Service Operations Management

Authors: Gurnani, Haresh; Ramachandran, Karthik; Ray, Saibal; Xia, Yusen

Publication: Manufacturing and Service Operations Management


Published: 27Feb2014

Transforming the Chinese Manufacturing Industry through Global Production Sharing -- The GMSCM Program Opening Ceremony & Seminar

On May 7, 2012, Zhejiang University signed a partnership agreement with McGill University to launch an innovative dual-degree program called the Master in Global Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management (GMSCM). After a year of preparation, on September 13, 2013, the GMSCM program was officially launched with an opening ceremony, welcoming 27 newly admitted students.

Published: 23Sep2013

Le prix payé pour nous habiller

Il y a quelques semaines, le détaillant H&M, deuxième joueur mondial du prêt-à-porter, a fait ce que d’autres n’oseront jamais : publier l’adresse des 1800 usines — et le nom des 785 propriétaires — qui fabriquent ce qui se retrouve dans ses 2800 magasins. Passée inaperçue, la recension révèle toute l’ampleur d’une industrie complexe, ultrarapide et à ce point tentaculaire que près de 90 % des vêtements achetés au Canada viennent maintenant de l’étranger.

Published: 6May2013