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Burcu Tan Erciyes, Ph.D.

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Burcu Tan (Erciyes) got her PhD in Operations Management from University of Texas at Austin in 2010. She worked as an Assistant Professor at Tulane University until 2017 when she joined UNM. Her research interests are platform markets, supply chain risk management, product development, and system dynamics. She teaches MGMT501 Data Driven Decision Making (MBA) and MGMT490 Business Analysis Tools (undergraduate).

Office Hours

  • Tuesday: 10:00 AM-11:30 AM
  • Wednesday: 10:00 AM-11:30 AM

Current Courses

  • MGMT 490-002, MW, 1230-1345, MCM 1110
  • MGMT 501-002, W, 1600-1830, GSM 232
  • MGMT 501-101, W, 1600-1830, GSM 232

Course syllabi (if available)


The following works are listed in Sedona. Please contact the faculty member for a complete listing of work.

  • Tan Erciyes, B. ., Anderson, E. ., Parker, G. . (2016). Dual Sourcing Under Random Supply Capacities: The Role of the Slow Supplier. Production and Operations Management. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Chen, W. ., Tan Erciyes, B. . (2016). Dynamic procurement from multiple suppliers with random capacities. Annals of Operations Research. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Anderson, E. ., Parker, G. ., Tan Erciyes, B. . (2014). Platform Performance Investment in the Presence of Network Externalities. Information Systems Research. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Tan Erciyes, B. ., Anderson, E. ., Dyer, J. ., Parker, G. . (2010). Evaluating system dynamics models of risky projects using decision trees: alternative energy projects as an illustrative example. System Dynamics Review. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Tan, B. ., Anderson, E. ., Dyer, J. ., Parker, G. . (2009). Using Binomial Decision Trees and Real Options Theory to Evaluate System Dynamics Models of Risky Projects. International System Dynamics Conference. [Refereed. Proceedings.]

The following works are listed in Sedona. Please contact the faculty member for a complete listing of work.


This information contains published works and is based on a January snapshot of the Sedona system after material for the annual review has been requested.