Assistant Professor, Operations Management; Associate, Analytics, AI and Advanced Digital Technologies Initiative
Ph.D. (2020), University of British Columbia
B.S., M.S. (2014), Indian Institute of Technology Madras
Tenured & Tenure Track
Information, Incentives, and Fairness
Supply Chain Management
Sustainable and Socially Responsible Operations
- Incentives and Emission Responsibility Allocation in Supply Chains. Sanjith Gopalakrishnan, Daniel Granot, Frieda Granot, Greys Sošić, and Hailong Cui. Management Science, Volume 67, Issue 7, July 2021.
- Consistent Allocation of Emission Responsibility in Fossil Fuel Supply Chains. Sanjith Gopalakrishnan, Daniel Granot, and Frieda Granot. Management Science, Volume 67, Issue 12, December 2021.
- The Dark Side of Technological Modularity: Opportunistic Information Hiding During IOS Adoption in Networks. Sanjith Gopalakrishnan, Moksh Matta, and Hasan Cavusoglu. Information Systems Research, Volume 33, Issue 3, September 2022.
- Comment: The Why and How of Assigning Responsibility for Supply Chain Emissions. Sanjith Gopalakrishnan. Nature Climate Change, Volume 12, Issue 12, November 2022.
- Go Wide or Go Deep? Assortment Strategy and Order Fulfillment Performance in Online Retail. Sanjith Gopalakrishnan, Moksh Matta, Mona Imanpoor Yourdshahy, and Vivek Choudhary. Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, Volume 25, Issue 3, May 2023.
- Cooperative Security Against Interdependent Risks. Sanjith Gopalakrishnan and Sriram Sankaranarayanan. Accepted at Production and Operations Management.
- A Model of International Trade in Carbon Mitigation Outcomes: Analyzing the Impact of Article 6 of the Paris Agreement. Joint work with Harish Krishnan and Manish Tripathy.
- Bike-Sharing Systems: Economic and Environmental Implications of Operational Strategies. Joint work with Daniel Granot and Frieda Granot.
- Robust Measurement of Prospect Theory Preferences. Joint work with Dale Griffin, Mahesh Nagarajan and Andrew Shields.
Awards, honours, and fellowships:
Internal Social Sciences and Humanities Development Grant ($5,000).