Service & Presentations

Academic Service

 
Journal Reviewer for:

Organized and Chaired Conference Sessions:

  • INFORMS 2022 Annual Meeting, Session Chair of the Supply Chains session (October 2022)
  • 2022 International System Dynamics Conference, Session Chair of the Economic Theory session (July 2022)
  • POMS 32nd Annual Conference, Organizer and Session Chair of the Simulation Models in Behavioral Operations session within the Behavioral Operations Management track (April 2022)
  • POMS 31st Annual Conference, Co-Organizer of the Trust and Fairness session within the Behavioral Operations Management track (April 2021)
  • INFORMS 2021 Annual Meeting, FacilitatOR in the Supply Chain track (October 2021)

Conference Submission Reviews:

  • International System Dynamics Society Conference, reviewer of submitted papers for presentation (2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 conferences)
  • Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, reviewer of submitted papers for presentation (2022 conference)

 

Selected Presentations

 

Rearranging The Deck Chairs On The Titanic: A Simulation Model Of Behavioral Resource Utilization Under Crisis. Poster presentation at the 2022 INFORMS Annual Meeting. Indianapolis, Indiana. October 2022. Poster viewable here.

The Intersections and Boundaries Between Behavioral Model-based And Fully Model-free Cost Minimizing Agents in a Simulated Multi-Echelon Supply Chain. Presentation of working paper at the 2022 INFORMS Annual Meeting. Indianapolis, Indiana. October 2022. 

Applying an Endogenized PID Controller Design to Speculative Bubble Formation. Presentation of working paper at the 2022 International System Dynamics Conference, Frankfurt Geramany. July 2022. Video Presentation here.

Model-Based and Model Free Cost Reduction in a Simulated Multi-Echelon Supply Chain. Presentation of working paper at the 2022 International System Dynamics Conference, Frankfurt Geramany. July 2022. Video Presentation here.

Modeling Dynamic Supply Chains with Endogenous Allocations and Market Clearing. Poster Presentation at the 2021 Society for Judgement and Decision Making Annual Meeting. February 2022. Poster viewable here.

Model-Based vs Model-Free Approaches to Algorithmic Interventions in Multi-Echelon Supply Chains. Presentation of working paper at the 2021 INFORMS Annual Meeting, Virutally Conducted. October 2021. Video Presentation here.

Dynamic Supply Chains with Endogenous Allocation. Presentation of working paper at the 2021 International System Dynamics Conference, Virtually Conducted. July 2021. Video Presentation here.

Paucity and Plenty in a Bifurcated Supply Chain. Presentation of working paper at the 2021 POMS Conference, Virutally Conducted. May 2021. Video Presentation here.

Interpretable Algorithmic Intervention to Mitigate Inventory And Ordering Amplification in Multi-Echelon Supply Chains. Presentation of 2nd Year MIT Thesis Paper at the 2020 INFORMS Annual Meeting, Virtually Conducted. November 2020. Video Presentation here.

Taming the Bull - Algorithmic Intervention to Mitigate Inventory and Ordering Amplification in Multi-Echelon Supply Chains. Presentation of 2nd Year MIT Thesis Paper at the 2020 International System Dynamics Society Conference. July 2020

The Perniciousness of Scale. With Keith, D. Presentation of working paper at the 2019 Industry Studies Association Annual Conference, Nashville, TN. May 2019.

Organizational Poverty in Poverty Organizations. With Keith, D. and Taylor, L.. Presentation of working paper at the 2019 Industry Studies Association Annual Conference, Nashville, TN. May 2019.

Taming the Bull - Mitigation of Inventory and Ordering Amplification in Multi-Echelon Supply Chains via Interpretable Machine Learning. Presentation of research proposal presented at The 38th System Dynamics PhD Colloquium, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA. May 2019.

Organizational Poverty in Poverty Organizations. With Taylor L. Presentation of research presented at the System Dynamics Seminar Series, MIT Sloan School of Management, Cambridge, MA. 2019

What keeps nonprofits from investing in capacity? Presentation of research presented at The 37th Annual System Dynamics PhD Colloquium, MIT Sloan School of Management, Cambridge, MA. 2018

Green Recalls – White Paper written for Inmar Intelligent Commerce Networks, forming the basis for a presentation at the 2013 Inmar Analytics Forum in Winston-Salem, NC given by Doug Witter and Mark Vare. 2014

 

Open-Access Instructional Course Development

 
System Dynamics: Systems Modeling and Thinking for a Complex World

James Paine. RES.15-004 System Dynamics: Systems Thinking and Modeling for a Complex World. January IAP 2020. Massachusetts Institute of Technology: MIT OpenCourseWare, https://ocw.mit.edu. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA.

Description:

This IAP session provided a brief overview of System Dynamics via a presentation and also a hands-on simulation experience, the Fishbanks. It acted as a preview of the more in-depth coverage available in courses offered at MIT Sloan (such as 15.871, 15.872, 15.873).
 
Supporting Resources:
  • Link to the OpenCourseWare resource is here.
  • Link to the supporting slides and materials
  • Link to the full recording (must have MIT Kerberos login) can be found here.
 
If you do not have a MIT Kerberos login, a video of the presentation is embedded below (note that the middle hour is the playing of the Fishbanks simulation. The debrief starts at approximately 2:21:45 in the video below).