Jeffery Guyse, PhDAdjunct Professor
Dr. Guyse is currently a Full Professor in the Department of Technology and Operations Management at the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He has won numerous teaching awards as an instructor and serves on the Executive Committee of the Academic Senate representing the College of Business Administration.
Dr. Guyse has earned a PhD in Management from the University of California, Irvine and taught at California State University Fullerton and California State University San Marcos before joining the faculty at Cal Poly Pomona. Currently Dr. Guyse is also a lecturer and research fellow in The Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California, Irvine. Courses taught through his career include Managerial Statistics, Management Science, Decision Analysis, Decision Support Systems, Supply Chain Management, Supply Chain Modeling, Logistics Management and Purchasing Management.
Operations Management is concerned with the production and delivery of goods and services to meet customers' demands. It is one of the central functions of every business, government agency, and non-profit organizations.
Guyse, Jeffery L. and Simon, Jay (2011) "Consistency Among Elicitation Techniques for Intertemporal Choice: A Within-Subjects Investigation of the Anomalies." Decision Analysis 8(3) 233-246
Drezner, Tammy, Drezner, Zvi, and Guyse, Jeffery L. (2009) "Equitable Service by a Facility: Minimizing the Gini Coefficient." Computers & Operations Research 36(12) 3240-3246.
Guyse, Jeffery L., Keller, L. Robin, and Eppel, T. (2002) "Valuing Environmental Outcomes: Preferences for Increasing or Constant Sequences," Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 87, 253-277.
Drezner, Zvi and Guyse, Jeffery L. (1999) "Application of Decision Analysis Techniques to the Weber Facility Location Problem," European Journal of Operational Research, 116, 69-79.
Dr. Guyse focuses on the methodological issues involved with eliciting preferences for decisions that occur over time with non-monetary outcomes. This has included research on environmental issues funded by the EPA and NSF.
Current Research Projects
Distributions of lives saved and lost over time: Professor Guyse is working with colleagues on individual preferences for sequences of lives saved and lost over time. Traditional discounting models and contingent valuation are shown to not be applicable to lives through his findings. In addition, an asymmetry between saving lives and losing lives appears to be present in every elicitation method employed.
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