Sanjith Gopalakrishnan

Assistant Professor, Operations Management; Associate, Analytics, AI and Advanced Digital Technologies Initiative
Sanjith Gopalakrishnan
Contact Information
Email address: 
sanjith.gopalakrishnan [at]
Alternate email address: 
gina.ceolin [at]

1001 rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Montreal, Quebec
H3A 1G5


Ph.D. (2020), University of British Columbia

B.S., M.S. (2014), Indian Institute of Technology Madras

Operations Management
Tenured & Tenure Track
Research areas: 
Information, Incentives, and Fairness
Supply Chain Management
Sustainable and Socially Responsible Operations
Selected publications: 
  1. 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. 
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. Comment: The Why and How of Assigning Responsibility for Supply Chain Emissions. Sanjith Gopalakrishnan. Nature Climate Change, Volume 12, Issue 12, November 2022.
  5. 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.
  6. Cooperative Security Against Interdependent Risks. Sanjith Gopalakrishnan and Sriram Sankaranarayanan. Accepted at Production and Operations Management.

Working Papers:

  1. 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. 
  2. Bike-Sharing Systems: Economic and Environmental Implications of Operational Strategies. Joint work with Daniel Granot and Frieda Granot.
  3. 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). 

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