Samantha Meyer

Assistant Professor of Technology and Operations at Stephen M. Ross School of Business

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Stephen M. Ross School of Business

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Samantha Meyer is an Assistant Professor of Technology and Operations at the University of Michigan Stephen M. Ross School of Business. She received her PhD from Northwestern University's McCormick School of Engineering in Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences, an M.S.Ed. in Mathematics Education from City University of New York, and a B.A. in Mathematics from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts. 

Samantha's research is motivated by the difficulty of managing operations in organizations and systems with high levels of social complexity, like those found in the education, health care, and public sectors. Specifically she focuses on the interdependence between social and resource networks, such as how social relationships between people or organizations influence resource acquisition, logistics, and strategy. She necessarily applies a breadth of methodologies (qualitative, empirical, analytical) to study social and resource networks in these complex systems. Samantha's most recent research studies the cost-effectiveness of multi-level social and resource networks between low-income primary schools and community organizations. 

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