Maxime Cohen

Maxime Cohen appointed Associate Editor of Management Science

Published: 30Oct2020

Maxime Cohen, Associate Professor of Retail Management and Operations Management, was recently appointed Associate Editor of Management Science

A Simple Rule for Pricing with Limited Knowledge of Demand

Published: 24Mar2021

Authors: Maxime C. Cohen, G. Perakis, R.S. Pindyck Publication: Management Science, Volume 67, Issue 3, March 2021, Pages 1608-1621. Abstract:

2020 SSHRC Insight Grants awarded

Published: 23Feb2021

Congratulations to the Desautels professors who received 2020 SSHRC Insight Grants and Insight Development Grants....

How AI Can Tame Pandemic Panic Buying

16 Feb 2021

A team of Canadian researchers, including Warut Khern-am-nuai, Assistant Professor of Information Systems and Maxime Cohen, Associate Professor of Retail Management and Operations Management, has...

McGill professors create AI-powered tool to monitor supply and demand of essential goods

Published: 12Feb2021

Desautels professors Maxime Cohen and Warut Khern-am-nuai are the brains behind a new technology that monitors the supply of essential goods at grocery stores. A joint venture with a team of...

McGill’s retail innovation lab tests “frictionless store” concept

Published: 12Feb2021

Under the leadership of co-director Professor Maxime Cohen, McGill’s new retail innovation lab is experimenting with contactless shopping, a rising trend in retail innovation....

The Retailer’s Post-Pandemic Playbook

10 Jun 2020

Even if the spread of COVID-19 shows signs of slowing down and retail stores begin to reopen, the economic recovery from the shutdown will be long and convincing people to visit brick-and-mortar...

Consumer Behaviour in the Post-Pandemic Retail Landscape

2 Jun 2020

As the world rallies to contain the spread of COVID-19, consumers continue to adapt to the new normal, characterized by stringent physical distancing and self-quarantining measures. In such a...

Converting Commuters into Carpoolers

21 Jan 2020

Congestion pricing policies, carpool lanes, and new light rail train or subway infrastructure are all expensive, long-term ways for governments to battle traffic. A simpler solution, focused on...

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