Regulatory and internal requirements are creating strong and growing pressures for more effective means of managing human resources. This calls for systems support more capable than is available through traditional MIS methods. There is a crucial need to extend the customary MIS role, beyond providing regular functions and procedures to assure timeliness… (More)
AREAS OF INTEREST • Microeconomic theory: market design, mechanism design, game theory * The theory and practice of matching, exchange and allocation of discrete resources * Transplant organ allocation policies * Axiomatic mechanism design
These special Sessions will bring together researchers, practitioners and educators from the fields of Decision Support Systems (DSS) and Management Science/Operations Research (OR/MS) with the objective of strengthening and extending the power and applicability of DSS.