In his dissertation 'Changing the Narrative: The Behavioral Effects of Social Evaluations on the Decision Making of Organizations’, Hesam Fasaei extends and combines theories from literature on corporate reputation, status shifts, celebrity, performance feedback and expectations of market analysts, and exploration/exploitation.
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In his dissertation 'Managing External Temporal Constraints in Manual Warehouses’, Arpan Rijal studies the impact of external temporal constraints in three operational planning problems at manual warehouses. By developing mathematical models for the problem, this dissertation proposes solution approaches for them and conducts computational experiments to derive insights.