Ph.D. University of Michigan.
M.S. University of Michigan.
M.S. Washington University in St. Louis.
B.S. Michigan State University.
Wallace J. Hopp's research focuses on the design, control and management of operations systems, with emphasis on manufacturing and supply chain systems, innovation processes, and health care systems.
X. Xu, W.J. Hopp, “Price Trends in a Dynamic Pricing Model with Heterogenous Customers: A Martingale Perspective,” Operations Research, 57(5), 2009, 1298-1302.
B. Gokpinar, W.J. Hopp, S.M.R. Iravani, “The Impact of Misalignment of Organization Structure and Product Architecture on Quality in Complex Product Development.” Management Science 56(3), 2010, 468-484.
W.J. Hopp, S. Iravani, W.L. Xu. “Vertical Flexibility in Supply Chains,” Management Science 56(3), 2010, 495-502.
W.J. Hopp, S.M.R. Iravani, N. Ebrahimy, “Trust and Information Sharing in Supply Chains,”Production and Operations Management 21(3), 2011, 444-464.
S. Saghafian, W. Hopp, M. Van Oyen, J. Desmond, S. Kronick, “Patient Streaming as a Mechanism for Improving Responsiveness in Emergency Departments”, Operations Research 60(5), 2012, 1080-1097.
B. Gokpinar, W.J. Hopp, S.M.R. Iravani, “In-house Globalization: The Role of Globally Distributed Design and Product Architecture on Product Development Performance,” Production and Operations Management 22(6), 2013, 1509-1523.
W.J. Hopp, “Positive Lean: Inspiring Efficiency from Within,” Pannon Management Review 2(3), 2013, 11-39.
S. Saghafian, W. Hopp, M. Van Oyen, J. Desmond, S. Kronick, “Increasing Patient Safety in Emergency Departments through Complexity-Based Triage,” Manufacturing and Service Operations Management 16(3), 2014, 329–345.