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EURO2018

July 8 - July 11

 

 

Monday, 8:30-10:00

MA-31: Behaviour in Models I

Chair(s): Rudolf Vetschera

  • Data-driven behavioral models of water reservoir operators
    Matteo Giuliani, Andrea Castelletti, Jonathan Herman
  • Influence modeling: mathematical programming representations of persuasion under either risk or uncertainty
    William Caballero, Brian Lunday
  • Managing complex adaptive systems: a resource/agent modelling perspective
    Ross Kazakov, Susan Howick, Alec Morton
  • Using the Zeuthen-Hicks bargaining model to identify a fixed pie bias in negotiations
    Rudolf Vetschera

 

Monday, 10:30-12:00

MB-31: Behavioural Impacts in OR-Supported Processes I

Chair(s): Gilberto Montibeller

  • Online weight elicitation: is there really an issue?
    Alice H. Aubert, Judit Lienert
  • Individual differences in model comprehension and use: a study of cognitive styles and cognitive mapping
    Ilkka Leppanen, L. Alberto Franco
  • Attractiveness bias: how the decision situation influences the willingness-to-pay for information
    Jan Lenard Rother, Christian Koester, Maximilian Vincent Reimer
  • Behavioral challenges in policy analysis with conflicting objectives
    Gilberto Montibeller

 

Monday, 12:30-14:00

MC-31: Descriptive Studies of Decision Making

Chair(s): Konstantinos Katsikopoulos

  • The use of round numbers in preference representation
    Ewa Roszkowska, Gregory Kersten, Tomasz Wachowicz
  • Simple methods of portfolio decision making: what do we lose and what do we gain?
    Ian Durbach
  • The attention economy of online search: a natural experiment
    Shashwat Pande, Christopher Holland, Konstantinia Papamichail, Peter Kawalek
  • One-reason decision making!?
    Konstantinos Katsikopoulos, Ozgur Simsek , Jan Malte Lichtenberg, Gregory Wheeler

 

Monday, 14:30-16:00

MD-31: Behavioural OR: General Papers

Chair(s): Etienne Rouwette

  • Behavioural operational research within two areas of conflict: an extended classification approach
    Damian Braschczok
  • Developing ORBIT: the operational research behavioural interventions toolkit
    Katharina Burger, Leroy White, Martin Kunc, Jonathan Malpass
  • Integration and application of problem structuring methods: an application in oil exploration
    Fahad Mehmood
  • Physics, foibles and failings: applying the ‘behavioural turn’ to the breadth of system dynamics practice
    Etienne Rouwette, David Lane

 

Tuesday

Tuesday, 8:30-10:00

TA-31: Behaviour in Models II

Chair(s): Pekka Laitila

  • Does corporate social responsibility impact preferences in ESG portfolio optimization?
    Gordon Dash, Nina Kajiji
  • Simulation of cultural processes and their social impact
    Leonidas Sakalauskas
  • Affective decision making models with applications to social robotics
    Si Liu, David Rios Insua
  • On practical applicability of ranked nodes method for constructing conditional probability tables of Bayesian networks
    Pekka Laitila, Kai Virtanen

 

Tuesday, 10:30-12:00

TB-31: Behavioural Impacts in OR Practice

Chair(s): Judit Lienert

  • A diagnostic approach to improve the design and evaluation of decision support interventions
    Lisa Scholten
  • Effects of or applications and characteristics of or practitioners: an empirical study
    Violeta Cvetkoska
  • How does literacy, decision style and loss aversion influence end-users’ choice of electricity dynamic tariffs in a smart grid context?
    Marta Lopes, Inês Reis, Carlos Henggeler Antunes
  • To aggregate or disaggregate? Experience from stakeholder interviews with two preference elicitation philosophies (SWING-weighting, UTA-GMS)
    Judit Lienert, Jun Zheng

 

Tuesday, 12:30-14:00

TC-31: Behavioural Processes in OR practice

Chair(s): L. Alberto Franco

  • In praise of the introverted: an extended use of soft systems methodology mode 2
    Jose-Rodrigo Cordoba-Pachon, Sulafah Basahel
  • Framing strategies and their impact on client/consultant meetings
    Ashley Carreras, L. Alberto Franco
  • Learning multi-criteria decision aiding workshop facilitation: experience from student case studies
    Francis Marleau Donais, Irene Abi-Zeid
  • Formulations in facilitation practice: an exploratory video-based investigation of their use in situ
    Alberto Franco, Mie Nielsen

 

Tuesday, 14:30-16:00

TD-31: Behavioural Impacts in OR-Supported Processes II

Chair(s): Raimo P. Hämäläinen

  • Can we learn from wrong simulation models? An experimental study exploring simple models
    Naoum Tsioptsias, Antuela Tako, Stewart Robinson
  • Impact of dashboards visualizing causal and stock-flow structure on operations management performance
    Michael Leyer, Jürgen Strohhecker
  • A drop in the bucket? Evaluating decision aiding tools in wastewater infrastructure planning cases
    Fridolin Haag, Judit Lienert
  • Behavioural effects in two procedures for creating a strategy portfolio for climate change mitigation
    Raimo P. Hämäläinen, Tuomas Lahtinen

 

Wednesday

Wednesday, 8:30-10:00

WA-31: Behavioural Operations and Games I

Chair(s): Aysegul Engin

  • Performance of selected contract designs for the newsvendor problem considering behavioral economic aspects of bargaining: experimental evidence
    Maximilian Vincent Reimer
  • Analysis of the hockey stick phenomenon using game theory and economical experiments
    Natalia Correa, Sergio Ramirez
  • The curse of knowledge in decentralized supply chains
    Daniel Sanchez-Loor, Wei-Shiun Chang
  • Optimistic overconfidence in bidding behavior with differently represented cost feedback in electronic reverse auctions
    Aysegul Engin

 

Wednesday, 10:30-12:00

WB-31: Behavioural Operations and Games II

Chair(s): Ilkka Leppanen

  • The impact of competition on product and process development decisions: evidence from a behavioral experiment
    Margarita Gladkova, Timofey Shalpegin
  • Suppliers’ learning: aggregate and individual levels
    Mohsen Ahmadian, Roger Blake, Ehsan Elahi
  • Behavior of the agent when the information is distorted by the principal
    Andrei Matveenko
  • Building a hierarchical evaluation model by using interpretive structural modeling: a case study of ERP implementation risks
    Ilker Gölcük, Adil Baykasoğlu

 

Details

Start:
July 8
End:
July 11
Website:
http://websites2018valencia.com

Venue

Valencia, Spain + Google Map