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Wedad J. Elmaghraby

Wedad J. Elmaghraby

Area Chair

Professor of Management Science & Operations Management

Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley

Contact

4311 Van Munching Hall

Wedad J. Elmaghraby is a Professor of Operations Management and Management Science at the Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, College Park. Her research interests are at the interface of operations management, economics and behavioral decision making. Her current research includes online auctions in business-to-business secondary markets, online platforms to promote sustainable business paradigms, and behavioral factors in business-to-business contract design.  She currently serves as a Department Editor at M&SOM and has served as the President of the MSOM Society, the Behavioral Operations Section, and POMS College of Behavior in Operations Management. She currently serves as the ADVANCE professor at the Smith School and as co-director of the Smith Analytics Consortium. Prior to joining the Smith School, she was on the faculty of the School of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology and NYU Stern School of Business in the Operations Management group.

Research

How To Make More Money in Online Auctions

B2B Platforms Can Entice Bids By Focusing on Auction Design

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Fashion Rental Startups Want To Save the Planet. There’s a Catch.

What the startups must do to reduce the garment industry's footprint

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99 Men and 1 Woman?

Here Are 54 Women Who Could Have Made Forbes' Innovator List

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News

Maryland Smith’s Elmaghraby Wins INFORMS Distinguished Service Award
Maryland Smith’s Wedad Elmaghraby, professor of operations management and management science, was awarded the Distinguished Service Award…
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Undergrads Excel in ‘Renewable Energy’ Datathon

Industry Experts Help Coach, Evaluate Maryland Smith Students Through 2-Week Analytics Competition

A team of Maryland Smith…

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Smith Analytics Consortium Explores Future of Work

Smart machines do many things better than humans, but Deloitte executive Bill Eggers has good news for workers worried about a robot…

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