Faculty Profiles

Haim Mendelson

Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers Professor of Electronic Business and Commerce,and Management
Director of the Stanford Global Supply Chain Management Forum
Dhirubhai Ambani Faculty Fellow in Entrepreneurship for 2011-2012

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Academic Degrees

PhD, Tel Aviv Univ., 1979, MSc, 1977, BSc, Hebrew Univ., 1972.

Professional Experience

At Stanford since 1989.

Graduate School of Business Trust Faculty Fellow for 2006-07; Codirector, Center for Electronic Business and Commerce, 1999-2005; Graduate School of Business Trust Faculty Fellow for 1996-97; Graduate School of Business Faculty Fellow for 1991-92; Asst. Prof.-Prof., Simon School, Univ. of Rochester, 1979-89; Univ. of Rochester Mentor, 1985-86, in recognition of outstanding service to the university.

Selected Publications

Strategic Spot Trading in Supply Chains: Management Science, 2007 
Competitive Customization: Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, 2007 
Pricing and Priority Auctions in Queueing Systems with a Generalized Delay Cost Structure: Management Science, 2004 
Strategic Trading, Liquidity and Information Acquisition: Review of Financial Studies, 2004 
An Extreme-Value Model of Concept Testing: Management Science, 2001 

Working Papers

1476: Information Technology and Time-Based Competition in Financial Markets 
1413: Information and Organization for Horizontal Multimarket Coordination, 
1379: A New Approach to the Regulation of Trading Across Securities Markets 
1359: Information and Organization for Horizontal Multimarket Coordination 

Selected Cases

EC31: Webvan: The New and Improved Milkman 
EC08: NetFlix 
EC09: PayPal 
EC10: Google 
EC37: Skype Technologies, S.A. 

Awards and Honors

Distinguished Fellow, in Recognition of Outstanding Intellectual Contributions to the Information Systems Discipline, 2009, The INFORMS Information Systems Society 
Best Paper in Information Systems Economics prior to 1999, 1999, Workshop on Information System and Economics 
All Star Paper: Asset Pricing and the bid-Ask Spread, 2001, Journal of Financial Economics 
All Star Paper: Dealership Market: Market-Making with Inventory, 2001, Journal of Financial Economics 
University Mentor, 1986, University of Rochester 

Courses Taught

GSBGEN 525 From Business Concept to Business Plan 
GSBGEN 535 Emerging Network-Based Consumer Services 
OIT 256 Electronic Business (Accelerated) 
OIT 356 Electronic Business 


Strategic Uses of Information Technology
Managing Your Supply Chain for Global Competitiveness
Stanford Executive Program


Assoc. Editor: Management Science, MIS Quarterly, Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery 
Editorial Board: Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, Information Systems Research 
Member: American Economic Assn., Econometric Society, American Finance Assn., Institute of Management Science 

In the News

05/2006 Entrepreneurs can profit by riding on the coattails of stars, Los Angeles Times 
05/2006 IT Education and The Modern-Day MBA, CIO Insight 
08/2005 What Can Google Learn From Netscape's Downfall, PC World 
06/2005 The Leaky Corporation, The Economist 
06/2005 Broadband lag could hurt the U.S., CNN 

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