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Academic Positions

Alfonso J. Pedraza-Martinez

Department of Operations & Decision Technologies

Kelley School of Business, 570B • Indiana University

1309 E 10th St • Bloomington, Indiana, 47405 • USA • Phone: (812) 855 - 6227

e–mail: alpedraz « at » indiana.edu. Website at Indiana University

◦ Assistant Professor. Indiana University, Kelley School of Business, USA. 2011 – Present

◦ Postdoctoral Fellow. INSEAD, France, UAE. 2011

◦ Instructor. Universidad de los Andes, School of Management (UASM), Colombia. 2004 – 2006

◦ Research Assistant. UASM, Colombia. 2003 – 2004

Education

◦ PhD. Management. INSEAD, France. 2011

◦ MSc. Management. INSEAD, France. 2009

◦ MSc. Economics. Universidad Nacional, Colombia. 2004

◦ BSc. Industrial Engineering. Universidad de los Andes, Colombia. 1998

Research Interests

◦ Humanitarian Logistics

◦ Sustainability

◦ Operations in Emerging Markets

◦ Global Supply Chains

Refereed Publications

1. Pedraza Martinez, A.J., L.N. Van Wassenhove. Vehicle Replacement in the International Committee

of the Red Cross. Production and Operations Management. Forthcoming

⋆ Best Paper Award. Decision Sciences and Operations Management Track, Trans-Atlantic Doctoral

Conference. London Business School, 2009

2. Pedraza Martinez, A.J., L.N. Van Wassenhove. Research Challenges in Transportation and Vehicle

Fleet Management in Humanitarian Logistics. EURO Journal on Transportation and Logistics. Forthcoming

3. Pedraza Martinez, A.J., O. Stapleton, L.N. Van Wassenhove. Field Vehicle Fleet Management in

Humanitarian Operations: A Case-Study Based Approach. Journal of Operations Management, Jul

2011, 29 (5) pp. 404–421

4. Van Wassenhove L.N., and A.J. Pedraza Martinez. Using OR to Adapt Supply Chain Management

Best Practices to Humanitarian Logistics. International Transactions in Operational Research, 19 (1-2),

pp. 307–322, January / March 2012

5. Pedraza Martinez, A.J. Impact of Catastrophes on Shareholder Value: The Latin American Case.

Cuadernos de Economia, 23 (40) pp 111–141, 2004. (In Spanish)

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Pedagogical Case Studies (with teaching notes)

6. Stapleton, O., A.J. Pedraza Martinez, L.N. Van Wassenhove. Managing Projects in Decentralised

Organizations. ECCH, CCMP Series. Forthcoming

7. Pedraza Martinez, A.J., L.N. Van Wassenhove, C. Estrada Mejia, O. Stapleton. The Armenia Earthquake:

Grinding Out an Effective Disaster Response in Colombia’s Coffee Region. Case 09/2009-5610,

ECCH, CCMP. Operations Management Education Review, 2010, 4, pp. 5–40

8. Stapleton, O., A.J. Pedraza Martinez, L.N. Van Wassenhove. Fleet Care: Servicizing in the Humanitarian

World. Case 09/2009-5631, ECCH, CCMP

Book Chapters

9. Pedraza Martinez, A. J. On Information and Collaboration in Humanitarian Operations. In“Decision

Aid Models for Disaster Management and Emergencies”. Edited by J. Montero and B. Vitoriano.

Conditionally Accepted

Working Papers

10. Besiou, M., A.J. Pedraza Martinez, L.N. Van Wassenhove. Decentralization and Earmarked Funding

in Humanitarian Logistics for Relief and Development. INSEAD Working Paper 2012/10/TOM/ISIC.

⋆ Best Paper Award, Humanitarian Operations and Crisis Management Track, POMS 2012

11. Pedraza Martinez, A.J., O. Stapleton. L.N. Van Wassenhove. Evidence-Based Research in Humanitarian

Fleet Management.

12. Pedraza Martinez, A.J., S. Hasija, L.N. Van Wassenhove. Fleet Management Coordination in Decentralized

Humanitarian Operations.

13. Pedraza Martinez, A.J., O. Stapleton, L.N. Van Wassenhove. Using OR to Support Humanitarian

Operations: Learning from the Haiti Earthquake. INSEAD Working Paper 2010/47/TOM/ISIC.

14. Stapleton, O., A.J. Pedraza Martinez and L.N. Van Wassenhove. Last Mile Vehicle Supply Chain

in the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. INSEAD Working Paper

2009/40/TOM/ISIC.

Other Publications

1. Balaisyte, J. , O. Stapleton, A.J. Pedraza Martinez, L.N. Van Wassenhove. Responding to the Haiti

Earthquake Disaster: One Year On. POMS Chronicle, 2011, 18 (1), pp. 12–15

2. Pedraza Martinez, A.J. Logistics Preparation for Disaster Management. Diario Portafolio, Colombia,

August 11 th , 2010 (In Spanish)

3. Stapleton, O, A.J. Pedraza Martinez, R. McConnell, L.N. Van Wassenhove. Funding Structures in

Humanitarian Organizations. International Aid & Trade Review, 2009, pp. 39–43

4. Pedraza Martinez, A.J., O. Stapleton. Vehicle Replacement in the Humanitarian Sector. Car Nation

N. 4, 2008, pp. 22–25

5. Pedraza Martinez, A.J. Catastrophes in Firms. UN Periodico N. 71, p. 8. February 27, 2005 (In Spanish)

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PhD Dissertation

◦ Last Mile Vehicle Fleet Management in Humanitarian Operations

Committee: Luk Van Wassenhove (Chair), Charles Corbett, Sameer Hasija, Nils Rudi

⋆ Best PhD Proposal Award. College of Sustainable Operations, Production and Operations Management

Society – POMS, 2010

Work in Progress

◦ Aflaki, A. and A.J. Pedraza Martinez . Funding Structures in Humanitarian Relief and Development

Programs. Ongoing analysis

◦ Stauffer, J., A.J. Pedraza Martinez. Logistics Network Design in the International Federation of Red

Cross and Red Crescent Societies. Ongoing analysis

◦ De Leeuw, S., A. J. Pedraza Martinez, and L.N. Van Wassenhove. Network Design in the Context of

Humanitarian Logistics. Ongoing analysis

Public Videos, Media Mentions

◦ Humanitarian Logistics, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University. 2012

◦ Mining for knowledge: The UASM Success Case. 2006

Other Academic Awards and Honors

⋆ PhD Scholarship, INSEAD 2006 – 2011

⋆ Special Distinction for Outstanding Performance in Research, Universidad de los Andes School of

Management, 2005

Invited Talks

1. Kuhne Logistics University. Hamburg, Germany, July 5, 2012. Fleet Management Coordination in

Decentralized Humanitarian Operations

2. Universidad Complutense, Department of Mathematics. Madrid, Spain, May 8 - 12, 2011. Humanitarian

Logistics: a Field Perspective

3. University of Florida. Gainesville – Florida, USA, February 14, 2011. An Operational Mechanism

Design for Fleet Management Coordination in Humanitarian Operations

4. Indiana University. Bloomington – Indiana, USA, February 7, 2011. An Operational Mechanism

Design for Fleet Management Coordination in Humanitarian Operations

5. Queen’s University. Kingston, Canada, February 3, 2011. An Operational Mechanism Design for

Fleet Management Coordination in Humanitarian Operations

6. Ohio State University. Columbus – Ohio, USA, February 1, 2011. An Operational Mechanism Design

for Fleet Management Coordination in Humanitarian Operations.

7. Sungkyunkwan University, Graduate School of Business. Seoul, Korea, January 25, 2011. An Operational

Mechanism Design for Fleet Management Coordination in Humanitarian Operations

8. IESE. Barcelona, Spain, January 12, 2011. An Operational Mechanism Design for Fleet Management

Coordination in Humanitarian Operations

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9. Tilburg University. Tilburg, the Netherlands, January 20, 2011. An Operational Mechanism Design

for Fleet Management Coordination in Humanitarian Operations

10. Kuhne Logistics University. Hamburg, Germany, June 2010. Incentive Coordination in Humanitarian

Fleet Management

11. POMS College of Sustainable Operations Mini-Conference, Vancouver, Canada, May 7, 2010. Humanitarian

Logistics: a Field Perspective

12. Erasmus University. Rotterdam, the Netherlands, February 19, 2010. Field Vehicle Fleet Management

in Humanitarian Operations: a Case-Based Approach

13. Universidade Nova. Lisbon, Portugal, February 2010. Field Vehicle Fleet Management in Humanitarian

Operations: a Case-Based Approach

14. CESCM, Université Catholique de Louvain. Brussels, Belgium, January 21, 2010. Incentive Coordination

in Humanitarian Fleet Management

15. UASM. Bogota, Colombia, November 2009. Vehicle Replacement in the International Committee of

the Red Cross

Invited Presentations in Academic Conferences

◦ Funding Structures in Humanitarian Relief and Development Programs

16. EURO, Vilnius, Lithuania, July 11, 2012

17. P&OM, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, July 4, 2012

◦ An Operational Mechanism Design for Fleet Management Coordination in Humanitarian Operations

18. POMS, Chicago–Illinois, USA, April 21, 2012

19. University of Michigan, PhD class on SCM, Ann Arbor–Michigan, USA, December 7, 2011

20. POMS, Reno–Nevada, USA, April 30, 2011

21. INFORMS, Austin –Texas, USA, November 9, 2010

◦ Incentive Coordination in Humanitarian Fleet Management

22. ALIO - INFORMS, Buenos Aires, Argentina, June 6, 2010

23. POMS, Vancouver, Canada, May 8, 2010

24. INFORMS, San Diego –CA, USA, October 14, 2009

◦ Field Vehicle Fleet Management in Humanitarian Operations: a Case-Based Approach

25. POMS, Canada, May 8, 2010

◦ Vehicle Replacement in the International Committee of the Red Cross

26. Ninth Trans-Atlantic Doctoral Conference – LBS, London, England, May 14, 2009

27. INFORMS, Washington–DC, USA, October 15, 2008

28. POMS, La Jolla – CA, USA, May 11, 2008

◦ Fleet Management in Humanitarian Logistics

29. POMS, Chicago–Illinois, USA, April 21, 2012

30. Invited Speaker at the Inaugural Humanitarian Assistance Research Thoughtleaders (HART)

Workshop, Kuhne Logistics University, Hamburg, Germany, January 16, 2012

31. INFORMS, Charlotte–NC, USA, November 14, 2011

◦ Other Presentations

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32. POMS, Reno–Nevada, USA, April 29, 2011. Last Mile Vehicle Supply Chain in the IFRC

33. University of Paris XII, Paris, France, November 25, 2009. Humanitarian Logistics: a Field

Perspective

34. Business Association of Latin American Studies (BALAS) Annual Conference, IE Business

School, Madrid, Spain, May 26, 2005. Impact of Catastrophes on Shareholder Value: the Latin

American Case

Invited Presentations in Practitioner Conferences

35. Aid & International Development Forum. Washington D.C., USA, June 2012. Fleet Management

Standards – Improving Fleet Management Practices in Humanitarian Organizations

36. Fleet Forum Annual Conference. Geneva, Switzerland, March 2011. Vehicle Tracking Technology for

Fleet Management in Humanitarian Organisations: Add-On or Add-Value?

37. Fleet Forum Annual Conference. Fontainebleau, France, February 2010. The Effect of Fleet Configuration

on 4x4 Fleet Size. Dedicated vs. Shared Fleets

38. HBS Program for Leadership Development Alumni Reunion, Paris, France, June 2009. Fleet Care -

Who Cares? Breaking New Ground in Humanitarian / Private Sector Collaboration

39. Fleet Forum Annual Conference. Brindisi, Italy, November 2008. Fleet Management in the Humanitarian

Sector

40. Kjaer Group. Svendborg, Denmark, September 2008. Fleet Management in the Humanitarian Sector

41. Fleet Forum Annual Conference. Vienna, Austria, October 2007. Vehicle Replacement in the International

Committee of the Red Cross

Teaching Experience (English)

Indiana University, Kelley School of Business (USA)

– PhD. P635: Special Topics in Operations Management, Humanitarian Logistics. Spring 2012

– MBA. P506: Logistics and Distribution. Spring 2012

– Online MSc. in Global Supply Chain Management. E733: Supply Chain Management - Enterprise

Operations & Planning. Spring 2012

– Undergraduate. P431: Logistics and Distribution. Spring 2012

◦ Bordeaux School of Management (France)

– Masters in Global Supply Chain Management. Introduction to Humanitarian Logistics. Spring

2010, 2011

Teaching Experience (Spanish)

◦ Universidad de los Andes School of Management – UASM (Colombia)

– MBA. Data Mining. Spring 2005

– Undergraduate. Optimization. 2004, 2005

– Undergraduate. Simulation. 2006

– Undergraduate. Spreadsheet Modeling. 2004 – 2006

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Supervision to Students

◦ Rob McConnell. The Road to Polio Eradication in India. University of Lugano, Switzerland. Masters

in Humanitarian Logistics & Management, 2011

⋆ Graduated Magna Cum Laude

◦ Soraya Zoque and Angelica Patino. Supply Chain Disruptions: the Case of Meals de Colombia (In

Spanish). UASM, BSc. in Management

⋆ Best Thesis Monograph Series. UASM Monograph N. 31, 2008

◦ Diego Martinez Quinonez. The Behavior of Customers in Hypermarkets: Simulation and Data Mining

(In Spanish), at UASM, BSc. in Management

⋆ Best Thesis Monograph Series. UASM Monograph N. 23, 2007

Service to the Academic Community

◦ Boards

– POMS. Vice-President of Meetings for the College of Humanitarian Operations and Crisis Management.

Appointed in 2011, Reelected in 2012

◦ Conferences

◦ Referee

– Co-Organizer of POMS College of Humanitarian Operations and Crisis Management, Inaugural

Mini-Conference, USA, May 2012

– Session Chair: POMS 2012, USA. Operational Challenges of Humanitarian Logistics; DSI 2011,

USA. Contemporary Issues in OM Research; World Conference on Humanitarian Studies 2011,

USA. Improving Humanitarian Response through Innovations in Fleet Management; POMS

2011, USA. Humanitarian Services and Operations Management; INFORMS 2010, USA. Service

Management in Humanitarian Operations; ALIO - INFORMS 2010, Argentina. OR/MS

Applications to Humanitarian Logistics (Co-Chair); POMS 2010, Canada. Distribution and

Fleet Management in Humanitarian Operations; BALAS 2005, Spain. Financial Distress and

Performance

– World P&OM Conference in Amsterdam, 2012; Production and Operations Management; Review

Board for the Student Paper Competition, POMS Supply Chain College, 2012; Decision

Sciences; Transportation Research Part E; Revista Latinoamericana de Administracion

– Ad-Hoc: Operations Research, European Journal of Operational Research, OR Spectrum, ITOR

Service to Indiana University

◦ Faculty Advisor to the Graduate Chapter of Net Impact, Kelley School of Business. Since 2012

◦ Lecture on Humanitarian Logistics. IU Mini-University 2012. June 19, 2012

Consultancy

◦ Fleet Management Expert for the Evaluation of DG ECHO’s Fleet Management. European Commission,

Directorate-General Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection - ECHO. Joint Project with IN-

SEAD Humanitarian Research Group and Fleet Forum. Inception in August, 2012

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Previous Non-Academic Experience

◦ Administrative Department of Social Welfare-DABS, Bogota, Colombia. 1999-2003

Social Emergency Projects’ Analyst to the Planning Vice-President: Humanitarian logistics planner

for the city of Bogota

◦ Ministry of Environment - SENA - SECAB, Bogota, Colombia. 1998-1999

Administrative Assistant: Assistant to the implementation of sustainable operations in zones of environmental

protection in Colombia

◦ Colombian Army – Military Police Battalion N. 15, Bogota, Colombia. 1992

⋆ Distinguished Private, Dragoneante. Promoted to Second Lieutenant (In Reserve)

Personal

◦ Colombian Citizen

◦ Member of: POMS, INFORMS, EUROMA, Kelley Institute of Business Analytics, INSEAD Humanitarian

Research Group

◦ Spoken Languages: Spanish, English, French (Beginner)

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