Hello, I'm James Paine, and I am a doctoral candidate at the Sloan School of Management at MIT in the System Dynamics Group.

My research interests include Behavioral Operations Management, Resource Management in Multi-Audience settings, Dynamic Modeling, Compartmental Differential Equation Modeling, Supply Chain Research, Business Analytics, and Human-Algorithm Interactions in Operations.

Prior to returning to academia, my industry background included working on nuclear reactors, teaching introductory Lean Six Sigma, and most recently, CPG product lifecycle management. While these may seem like disparate fields, my interests have always been about the intersection of data and decision making. I love finding connections in data and helping others see the beauty in complex systems.

I am passionate about combining my research acumen with my professional experience in the nuclear, reverse logistics, and consumer apparel industries to both enrich the classroom and develop cutting-edge research.

I am on the academic job market looking for faculty roles starting in the Summer or Fall of 2023.

Download my CV here