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Eren Çil

Academic Director, Oregon MBA | Associate Professor of Operations and Business Analytics | Robert J. and Leona M. DeArmond Research Scholar | Coordinator, Operations and Business Analytics PhD Program

Affiliations: Operations and Business Analytics, Oregon MBA, Undergraduate Programs
Phone: 541-346-8252
Office: Lillis 483



Eren Çil is an associate professor in the Department of Operations and Business Analytics and the Robert J. and Leona M. DeArmond Research Scholar at the Lundquist College of Business. His expertise includes service operations management, large-scale service systems, queuing theory, and design and contract theory. His research on these topics has been published in publications including Management Science, Production and Operations Management, and Operations Research.

Çil received his PhD in operations management from Northwestern University. He is a member of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), the Production and Operations Management Society (POMS), and the Manufacturing and Service Operations Management Society (M&SOM).

Degree History:
  • PhD, Operations Management, Northwestern University, 2010
  • MS, Industrial Engineering, Koc University, Turkey, 2006

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Areas of Expertise

  • Game theory
  • Queueing theory
  • Service operations
  • Strategic pricing under competition
  • Supply chains

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Journal Articles:

Jalili, Monire, Eren B. Çil, and Michael S. Pangburn. "Pricing and Structuring Product Trials: Separate Versus Mixed Wine Tastings." European Journal of Operational Research 312, no. 2: 668-683.

January 2024

Aydinliyim, Tolga, Eren B. Çil, and Nagesh N. Murthy. "Input Material Reduction Incentives Vs. Scrap Recycling for Closed-Loop Supply Chains." Production and Operations Management 32, no. 10: 3328-3346.

October 2023

Piri, Saeed, Michael Pangburn, and Eren B. Çil. "Impact of Ridesharing Platforms on Hospitals' Emergency Department Admissions." Decision Support Systems, forthcoming.

September 2023

Yazdani, Alireza, Eren B. Çil, and Michael S. Pangburn. "Retail Sample Boxes: Counteracting the Adverse Effect of Accelerated Learning via Future Credit." Manufacturing & Service Operations Management 25, no. 5: 1623–1998.

September 2023

Anderson, David R., Tolga Aydınlıyım, Margrét V. Bjarnadóttir, Eren B. Çil, and Michaela R. Anderson. "Rationing Scarce Healthcare Capacity: A Study of the Ventilator Allocation Guidelines During the COVID-19 Pandemic." Production and Operations Management, forthcoming.

May 2022

Çil, Eren B. "Managing Service Systems via Disguised Queues: The Role of Retaliating Customers." Decision Sciences 52, no. 2: 427-454.

April 2021

Yazdani, Alireza, Eren B. Çil, and Michael S. Pangburn. "What if Hotelling's Firms Can Mass Customize?" Decision Sciences 51, no. 2: 395-422.

April 2020

Allon, Gad, Achal Bassamboo, and Eren B. Çil. "Skill Management in Large-scale Service Marketplaces." Production and Operations Management 26, no. 11: 2050-2070.

November 2017

Çil, Eren B., and Michael S. Pangburn. "Mass Customization and Guardrails: 'You Can't Be All Things to All People.'" Production and Operations Management 26, no. 9: 1728-1745.

September 2017

Çil, Eren B., and Martin A. Lariviere. "Saving Seats for Strategic Customers." Operations Research 61, no. 6: 1321-1332.

November 2013

Allon, Gad, Achal Bassamboo, and Eren B. Çil. "Large Scale Service Marketplaces: The Role of the Moderating Firm." Management Science 58, no. 10: 1854-1872.

October 2012

Çil, Eren B., Fikri Karaesmen, and E. Lerzan Örmeci. "Dynamic Pricing and Scheduling in a Multi-Class Single-Server Queueing System." Queueing Systems 67, no. 4: 305-331.

April 2011

Çil, Eren B., E. Lerzan Örmeci, and Fikri Karaesmen. "Effects of System Parameters on the Optimal Policy Structure in a Class of Queueing Control Problems." Queueing Systems 61, no. 4: 273-304.

April 2009

In the News

How do you incentive recycling in the aerospace industry? New research coauthored by Nagesh Murthy, Eren Çil, and coauthor sought to answer that question.

In preparation for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year, the Lundquist College of Business is proud to announce its upcoming faculty promotions and named appointments.

The Lundquist College of Business is pleased to share recent tenure and promotion decisions for our faculty members.