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					                                        BARIS YALABIK

        Department of Business Administration           Email: yalabik@uiuc.edu
        University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign      URL: netfiles.uiuc.edu/yalabik/www
        350 Wohlers Hall                                Phone: + 1 217 365-9924
        1206 S Sixth St.
        Champaign, IL, 61820, USA



EDUCATION
PhD    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Business Administration (Defended: August 2005)
       Major Field: Operations Management
       Dissertation Title: Product Returns in Closed Loop Demand Chains
       Dissertation Co-Advisors: Prof. Dilip Chhajed, Prof. Nicholas C. Petruzzi
       Minor Field: Economic Modeling

MBA Middle East Technical University, Department of Management, 1999
    Master’s Thesis: The Application of TQM Principles to Middle East Technical University

BS     Middle East Technical University, 1997
       Major Field: Mechanical Engineering

RESEARCH INTERESTS
     Product design and sales contracting in remanufacturing
     Product refund policies
     Interaction of environmental/social responsibility with profitability
     Coordination of strategic and operational decisions

TEACHING INTERESTS
     Operations Management / Operations Strategy
     Supply Chain Management
     Manufacturing Planning and Control
     Sustainable Operations / Environmentally conscious manufacturing
     Spreadsheet modeling for decision making

AWARDS / RECOGNITIONS
     Advanced Graduate Teaching Certificate, 2006 (expected)
     Graduate Teaching Certificate, 2004
     Campus Teaching Recognition (for BADM 274), 2003
     University of Illinois Fellowship, 2000
     University of Illinois Fellowship, 1999
                                                                                   CV for Baris Yalabik


RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
 Refereed Publications
  Yalabik, B., N.C. Petruzzi and D. Chhajed, 2005,
    “An Integrated Product Returns Model with Logistics and Marketing Coordination”
  European Journal of Operational Research, 161(1), 16 February 2005, 162-182.
   Abstract: We develop an integrated approach for analyzing logistics and marketing decisions within
   the context of designing an optimal returns system for a retailer servicing two distinct market
   segments. At the operational level, we show that the optimal refund price is not unique. We also show
   that any improvement to the returns system that results in increased logistical efficiency or marketing
   effectiveness will be accompanied by an increase in the selling price of the product. At the strategic
   level, we show that if the retailer does not coordinate its logistics and marketing efforts to improve
   the overall returns system, then it will tend to over-invest in one of the functions and under-invest in
   the other.
 Work-in-Progress
  Yalabik, B., D. Chhajed and N.C. Petruzzi,
   “Key Drivers of Remanufacturing Economics”
   Abstract: We address three research questions: First, what cost and market conditions induce a firm to
   adopt remanufacturing? Second, given that is profitable, how friendly is remanufacturing towards the
   environment? Third, how does the adoption of remanufacturing influence the customers in the
   market? We answer these questions through solving for the optimal product selection and sales
   contract decisions of a firm operating in new and remanufactured goods markets. We find that
   products that gradually provide value to customers are better candidates for remanufacturing. Also,
   the firm’s most profitable option is seldom the greenest option, while customer surplus usually agrees
   with profitability. Finally, we find that the optimal flexibility provided by the sales contract to
   customers depends on which market - new or remanufactured goods – has larger margins and smaller
   price elasticity.
Conference Presentations
    “Key Drivers of Remanufacturing Economics”
       DSI Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, November 2005
     “Key Drivers of Remanufacturing Economics”
       INFORMS Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, November 2005
     “Firm vs. Customer Selection of Sales Contract Parameters in Remanufacturing”
       POMS Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, May 2005
     “Firm vs. Customer Selection of Sales Contract Parameters in Remanufacturing”
       DSI Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, November 2004
     “Firm vs. Customer Selection of Sales Contract Parameters in Remanufacturing”
       INFORMS Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, October 2004
     “Optimal Sales Contracting for Remanufacturers”
       INFORMS Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, October 2003
     “Product and Sales Contract Design in Remanufacturing”
       EURO/INFORMS Joint Meeting, Istanbul, Turkey, July 2003
     “Product and Sales Contract Design in Remanufacturing”
       INFORMS Annual Meeting, San Jose, California, November 2002
     “An Integrated Product Returns Model with Logistics and Marketing Coordination”
       INFORMS Annual Meeting, Miami Beach, Florida, November 2001

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                                                                            CV for Baris Yalabik


TEACHING EXPERIENCE
1999 – Present: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Business Administration
 Primary Instructor
    Manufacturing Planning and Control: Practice and Models (BADM 568) - MBA course
      - Teaching with full responsibility in Fall 2005
      - Course focus: The dynamics of the interactions between inventory planning, capacity
        planning, and production scheduling, utilizing a combination of theory and simulation.
      - Teaching effectiveness score not yet available
    Enterprise Process Integration & Dynamics (BADM 376) - Senior level course
      - Taught with full responsibility in Spring 2005
      - Course focus: Basics of supply chain management, pull vs. push systems, operations
        scheduling, project scheduling, and facility layout and location.
      - Teaching effectiveness score: 3.9/5
    Production (BADM 375) - Senior level course
      - Taught in the Fall 2003 semester with full teaching responsibility
      - Course focus: Operations management basics, including project management, process
        management, product design and process selection, and quality management.
      - Teaching effectiveness score: 3.6/5
    Operations Research (BADM 374) - Junior and senior level course
      - Taught 5 times with full teaching responsibility
      - Campus Teaching Recognition, Summer 2003
      - Course focus: Modeling and solution of managerial decision-making problems using
        spreadsheets. Tools discussed include linear programming, decision trees, queuing
        models, simulation.
      - Average teaching effectiveness score: 4/5 for last 3 semesters, 3.6/5 for all semesters
 Co-Teaching
    Process Management (BADM 467) - Graduate course in the Master’s of Accounting Program
      - Taught with Professors Dilip Chhajed and Nick Petruzzi in Summer 2004, 2005
      - Course focus: Description of different business processes, how an operations manager
        handles these processes, and how the operations function interacts with the other
        functions of a firm.
      - Average teaching effectiveness score (for portion taught with full responsibility): 4.2/5
 TA for BADM 256 Business Process Modeling and BADM 466 Supply Chain Management
1999 – 2003: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Center for Teaching Excellence
    Semi-Annual All-Campus TA Orientation
       - Facilitated group sessions in 4 orientations
       - Topics: lesson planning, valuing diversity, classroom questioning, problem solving
1997 – 1999: Middle East Technical University, Department of Management
    Managerial Behavior (MAN 210) - full teaching responsibility
    Computer Laboratory (MAN 105) - 3 times with full teaching responsibility



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                                                                           CV for Baris Yalabik


SERVICE EXPERIENCE
   Conference reviewer for the DSI Annual Meeting, 2004.
   University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Department of Business Administration, 1999-Present
    - Currently serving on the Educational Policy Committee
    - Served on the Graduate Students Advisory Committee for 4 semesters
      Duties: Communicated the concerns of PhD students to department administration
    - Served on the Graduate Studies Committee for 4 semesters
      Duties: Represented PhD students in departmental decisions, contributed to “PhD Handbook”
   Middle East Technical University, Department of Management, 1997-1999
    - Academic Advisor for freshmen and sophomores for 3 semesters
      Duties: Advised students on classes to be taken and career choices while providing an open
             communication line between students and the department administration
INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE
   Intern at GEC Alsthom – Galmek circuit breaker production plant (Quality Dept), Summer 1996
   Intern at FIAT – Turk Traktor tractor production plant (Manufacturing Dept), Summer 1995
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
   Member of Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS)
    - Member of the MSOM Society
   Member of Decision Sciences Institute (DSI)

REFERENCES

     Prof. Dilip Chhajed
     Phone: + 1 217 333-3778
     Email: chhajed@uiuc.edu

     Prof. Nicholas C. Petruzzi
     Phone: + 1 217 333-9578
     Email: petruzzi@uiuc.edu

     Prof. Huseyin Leblebici
     Phone: + 1 217 333-4512
     Email: hleblebi@uiuc.edu


Mailing address for all references:
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Department of Business Administration
350 Wohlers Hall
1206 S Sixth Street, Champaign, IL, 61820, USA


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