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Herrick Professor of Business, Professor of Operations Management; University of Michigan's Ross School of Business
Professor Duenyas' research interests are in the performance analysis and optimal control of complex production and service systems. He has widely published articles on production and inventory control, supply chain management, and optimal analysis and control of queueing systems. He has served or
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