Yuri Levin is a Distinguished Professor of Operations Management and Director of Master of Management Analytics program at Queen's School of Business. He teaches analytical decision making, business decision models, operations management and pricing courses in MBA, B. Comm., and Executive Education programs. He holds a Ph.D. in Operations Research from Rutgers University in the US where he taught in different MBA programs for 3 years before joining Queen's in 2002. Yuri was the 2013 recipient of the MBA Teaching Excellence Award. He has developed innovative approaches and published widely in the general area of revenue management and dynamic pricing. He was a co-winner of 2013 INFORMS Revenue Management and Pricing Practice Prize for pricing and promotions analysis at Molson Coors Brewing Company and a co-winner of 2009 INFORMS COIN-OR Cup for applications of COIN-OR technologies in development of novel techniques for cargo capacity management and dynamic pricing. He was also the 2010 recipient of Queen's School of Business Award for Research Achievement and 2003 New Researcher Achievement Award. He currently serves as Chair-Elect of INFORMS Revenue Management and Pricing section and an Associate Editor of Management Science in the area of Operations Management. He was a Guest Editor of the special issue of European Journal of Operational Research on Revenue Management and Dynamic Pricing. Yuri's research has been funded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada. Yuri has consulted widely on consumer behavior modeling and optimization of pricing and developed corporate training programs in strategic analytics, operations management and strategic pricing optimization.
· Revenue Management & Dynamic Pricing
· Strategic Pricing Optimization
· Consumer Behavior Modeling
· Supply Chain Management