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Academic Specialization: Operations Management and Finance
Research interests: Commodity Risk Management, Operations-Finance Interface, Start-up Operations, Stochastic Programming
He received his PhD degree in Supply Chain and Operations Management from the McCombs School of Business of the University of Texas at Austin in 2009. After receiving his PhD, he worked an assistant professor of Operations Management and Finance at the Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences Department at Eindhoven University of Technology until 2013. His research interests include Start-up Operations and Risk Management, Clean Technology Development and Deployment, Supply Chain Finance, Commodity Risk Management and Operations-Finance Interface. He teaches graduate and undergraduate level courses in integrated operational and financial risk management, operations management, business finance and financial accounting.
Selected Publications :
Derinkuyu, K., F. Tanrisever, G. Ceyhan and N. Kurt. 2018. Optimizing Day-Ahead Electricity Market Prices: Increasing the Total Surplus for Energy Exchange Istanbul. Accepted at Manufacturing and Service Operations Management.
Reindorp, M, F. Tanrisever and A. Lange. 2018. Purchase Order Financing: Credit, Commitment, and Supply Chain Consequences. Operations Research, 66(5), 1287-1303.
Erzurumlu, S., M. Levesque, N. Joglekar and F. Tanrisever. 2017. How Angel Know-how Shapes Ownership Sharing in Stage-based Contracts. Forthcoming at Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, DOI: 10.1177/1042258717744205
Erişen, E., C. Iyigun and F. Tanrısever, 2017. Short-term electricity load forecasting with special days: an analysis on parametric and non-parametric methods. Annals of Operations Research, 1-34.
Tanrisever, F., M. Bergen, and M.J. Reindorp. 2017. Purchase Order Finance: A Conceptual Model with Economic Insights. Foundations and Trends® in Technology, Information and Operations Management, 10(3-4), 305-323.
Goel A. and F. Tanrisever. 2017. Commodity Processing and Financial Hedging under Correlated Price and Demand. Production and Operations Management. 26(10), 1924–1945
Tanrisever, F. 2017. Tedarik Zinciri Finansmanı’nın KOBİ’ler Üzerindeki Operasyonel ve Finansal Etkileri. Verimlilik Dergisi, 3, 73-88.
Keskin T., F. Tanrisever and H. Demirkan. 2016. Sustainable Business Models for the Internet of Things. OR/MS Today, 43(1), 36-39.
Morrice, D., J.P. Cronin, F. Tanrisever and J.C. Butler. 2016. Supporting Hurricane Inventory Management Decisions with Consumer Demand Estimates. Journal of Operations Management, 45, 86-100.
Tanrısever,F., Derinkuyu, K. and Jongen,G. (2015). Organization and functioning of liberalized electricity markets: An overwiew of the Dutch market. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 51, 1363-1374.
Derinkuyu,K., Tanrisever,F., Baytugan, F. and Sezgin, M. (2015). Combinatorial Auctions in Turkish Day Ahead Electricity Market, In Industrial Engineering Applications in Emerging Countries. (Ed. Sabuncuoglu, I., Kara, B.Y., Bidanda, B.). Taylor and Francis.
Tanrisever, F.,Derinkuyu, K. and Heeren, M. (2013). Forecasting Electricity Infeed for Distribution System Networks: An Analysis of the Dutch Case, Energy, 58, 247-257.
Tanrisever, F., Erzurumlu, S. and Joglekar, N. (2012). Production, Process Investment and the Survival of Debt Financed Startup Firms. Production and Operations Management, 21(4), 637-652.
Tanrisever, F., Morrice, D.J. and Morton, D.P. (2012). Managing Capacity Flexibility in Make-to-Order Production Environments. European Journal of Operational Research, 216(2), 334-345.
Erzurumlu, S., Tanrisever, F. and Joglekar, N.( 2011). Operational Hedging Strategies to Overcome Financial Constraints during Clean Technology Start-Up and Growth. Advanced Analytics for Green and Sustainable Economic Development: Supply Chain Models and Financial Technologies. Ed. Zongwei Luo. IGI Global.
Tanrisever, F. and Kutanoglu,E. (2008). Forming and Scheduling Jobs with Capacitated Constraints in Semiconductor Manufacturing: Single Machine Problem. Annals of Operations Research, 159(1), 5-24.