Associate Professor in Operations & Technology Management
BSc (University of Wisconsin-Madison), MPhil, PhD (University of Cambridge)
Game theory; contract theory; empirical analysis; new product development; business model innovation; labour welfare; sustainable operations; behavioural operations.
Niyazi Taneri addresses questions related to two research streams: (i) new product development, technology and business model innovation, and (ii) the impact of operations and technology on societal outcomes-with a data analytics and game-theoretic lens. In the first research stream, he investigates how firms explore avenues for technology and business model innovation and how they should structure R&D partnerships, whether such theoretical predictions are followed in practice, and the consequences of deviating from those predictions. In the second research stream, his research shows the critical role of operational factors on carbon emissions and labour outcomes (eg the use of child labour).
Subject group: Operations & Technology Management
Dr Taneri was previously an Operations Analyst for Tesco. He has advised over 50 industry projects with companies and organisations such as Accenture, Changi Airport Group, Citibank, Google, Infineon, Panalpina, PSA, RedMart, SBS Transit, Singapore’s Land Transport Authority, SingHealth, and SMRT. He has also taught custom and open executive education programmes on big data analytics, operations excellence, project management, and business model innovation to participants from Adobe, Astra International, Banpu, Daimler Mobility, DBS Bank, DHL, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, HP, ResMed, Shell, Standard Chartered, KIPIC, Mastercard, Merck, Panasonic, Tata International, and Yokogawa, among others.
Dr Taneri was previously an Assistant Professor of Analytics & Operations at the National University of Singapore and a Founding Assistant Professor at Singapore University of Technology and Design. He has also held visiting positions at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Singapore Management University and INSEAD.
Awards & honours
- Excellence in Teaching Award, SUTD, 2016
- Best PhD Dissertation Award, ISPIM-WILEY, 2013
- Scholarship, Commonwealth Association, 2007
- Scholarship, Cambridge European Trust, 2007
- Scholarship, British Chevening, 2005
- Scholarship, Fulbright Commission, 2001