USC Marshall School of Business


Ashok Srinivasan: Viral infection propagation through air travel


USC Marshall School of Business
Associate Professor of Clinical Data Sciences and Operations

PhD, Carnegie Mellon University; MBA, University of Delhi; BEng, University of Madras

Ashok Srinivasan's research interests include supply-chain management, nonprofit management, and productivity analysis. His research has appeared in Management Science, Operations Research, European Journal of Operational Research, and Managerial and Decision Economics, including "Leadership and Competition in Network Supply Chains," with P. Majumder, that appeared in Management Science in June 2008.

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