Nicos Savva


            

Assistant Professor
Management Science and Operations
London Business School


PhD Management Science, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
MPhil Finance (Financial Engineering), University of Cambridge
BA Physics, University of Cambridge

Contact information
Management Science and Operations
London Business School
Regent's Park, London NW1 4SA, UK
E-mail: nsavva@london.edu
Phone: +44 (0) 207 000 8826
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Research

Physician Workload and Hospital Reimbursement, with Adam Powel and Sergei Savin, Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, (2012) 14(4), 512528. (Manuscript.pdf).

"Nursevendor Problem": Personnel Staffng in the Presence of Endogenous Absenteeism, with Linda Green and Sergei Savin, Management Science, (2013) 59(10), 22372256. (Manuscript.pdf).

Opt-Out Options in New Product Co-Development Partnerships, with Stefan Scholtes, Production and Operations Management, Forthcoming. (Manuscript.pdf).

The Role of Equity, Royalty and Fixed Fees in Technology Licensing to University Spin-Offs, with Niyazi Taneri, Management Science, Forthcoming. (Manuscript.pdf).

Signaling and Contract Choice in After-Sales Service, with Nitin Bakshi and Sang-Hyun Kim, Under Review. (Manuscript.pdf).

Is IT Enough? Evidence from a Natural Experiment in India's Agriculture Markets, with Chris Parker and Kamalini Ramdas, R&R. (Manuscript.pdf).

A Social-Learning Perspective on Inventory Decisions, with Yiangos Papanastasiou and Nitin Bakshi, Under Review. (Manuscript.pdf)

Dynamic Pricing in the Presence of Social Learning and Strategic Consumers, with Yiangos Papanastasiou, Under Review. (Manuscript.pdf)

Decomposing the Effect of Workload on Patient Outcomes: An Empirical Analysis of a Maternity Unit, with Michael Freemand and Stefan Scholtes, Under Review. (Manuscript.pdf)

The Economics of Licensing Contracts, with Richard Mason and Stefan Scholtes, Nature Biotechnology, 26 (2008).

Irreversible Iinvestment with Price Ceilings in Oligopolies, with Fabien Roques, Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, 33 (2009) 507-524.


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