Prof. Gal Raz
Prof. Raz is the Dean of CLB Business School. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from The Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, and two Masters as well as a PhD from Stanford University. His researches has been published in leading academic journals. Prior to this role, he was an associate professor at the Ivey School of Business at Western University, and on the faculty of the Darden Graduate School of Business at UVA and the Australian Graduate School of Management (UNSW) in Sydney. He also taught at other leading business schools such as Kellogg school of management and the Israeli institute of technology. His over 15 years of teaching experience gain him multiple awards, as he developed many courses, cases and teaching materials in the field of operations, supply chain management and global innovation at HBA, MBA, EMBA and Executive Education programs.
Both prior to his career in academia and since joining it, Prof. Raz was involved in numerous consulting projects with many leading companies in Australia, the United States and Israel.
prof. Gal Raz is currently on leave.
- Raz, G., Ovchinnikov, A., Blass, V., 2017, “Economic, Environmental and Social Impact of Remanufacturing in a Competitive Setting”, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, November 64(4): 476 – 490.
- Kraft, T., Raz, G., 2017, , Production and Operations Management, September 26(9): 1646 – 1662.
- Raz, G., Ovchinnikov, A., 2015, “Coordinating Pricing and Supply of Public Interest Goods Using Rebates and Subsidies”, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, February 62(1): 65 – 79.
- Ovchinnikov, A., Blass, V., Raz, G., 2014, “Economic and Environmental Assessment of Remanufacturing Strategies for Product-Service Firms”, Production and Operations Management, September/October 23(5): 744 – 761.
- Raz, G., Druehl, C.T., Blass, V., 2013, “Design for the Environment – Life Cycle Approach Using a Newsvendor Model”, Production and Operations Management, July/August 22(4): 940 – 957.
Ozer, O., Raz, G., 2011, “Supply Chain Sourcing Under Asymmetric Information”, Production and Operations Management, January/February 20(1): 92 – 115.