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Bellos, Ioannis

Academic Unit:Information Systems and Operations Management
Position:Assistant Professor
Phone:703-993-1788
Office Location:Enterprise Hall 150
Office Hours:OM 301 003 Wednesday 4:30 - 5:30 PM, OM 301 005 Monday 6:00 - 7:00 PM & By Appointment
Research Interests:
  • Sustainable Operations
  • Service Design and Service Operations
  • Sharing and Access Economy
  • Innovative Business Models
  • Servicizing
Education:
  • PhD - Operations Management, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Diploma (M.Sc. Equiv.) - Mechanical Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Profile:

Ioannis (Yannis) Bellos is an Assistant Professor in the Information Systems and Operations Management area at the School of Business, George Mason University. He received his Doctoral degree in Operations Management from the Scheller College of Business at Georgia Institute of Technology. He has also earned his Diploma (M.Sc. Equiv.) in Mechanical Engineering at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

His research investigates the economic and environmental implications of innovative business models. In particular, his primary research focus has been on business models shaping what is known as sharing and access economy.  The novelty of these business models lies in the fact that customer value is linked primarily to the product “use” rather than the product “ownership.”

Bellos teaches Operations Management to Executive MBA, MBA, and undergraduate students.

Bellos is a member of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), the Manufacturing and Service Operations Management Society (MSOM), and the Production and Operations Management Society (POMS).

Research and Awards:

Received both a Teaching Award and a Research Award from George Mason’s School of Business in 2017.

Published an article titled, “The Car Sharing Economy: Interaction of Business Model Choice and Product Line Design” (coauthored with Mark Ferguson and Beril Toktay) in Manufacturing and Service Operations Management, 19(2), 185-201, in 2017.

Published an article titled, “The Potential of Servicizing as a Green Business Model” (coauthored with Vishal Agrawal) in Management Science, 63(5), 1545-1562, in 2017.

Published a book chapter titled, “Servicizing in Supply Chains and Environmental Implications,” (coauthored with Vishal Agrawal) in Environmentally Responsible Supply Chains: Opportunities and Challenges, Atasu, A. (Ed.), Springer Series in Supply Chain Management, Vol. 3, pp. 109-124, in 2016

Published a book chapter titled, “Moving from a Product-Based Economy to a Service-Based Economy for a More Sustainable Future,” (coauthored with Mark Ferguson) in Sustainable Supply Chains, Bouchery, Y., T. Tan, J. Fransoo and C. Corbett (Eds.), Springer Series in Supply Chain Management, Vol. 4, pp. 355-373, in 2016.

Faculty of the Year, MBA Class of 2017, School of Business, George Mason University, 2017

Nominated for the Outstanding Contributions to Teaching Award, School of Business, George Mason University, 2017

Nominated for the Career Connection Faculty Award, George Mason University, 2016

Nominated for the Outstanding Contributions to Teaching Award, School of Business, George Mason University, 2015

Received second place (runner up) in INFORMS ENRE Section Young Researcher Prize, for “The Potential of Servicizing as a Green Business Model,” 2014

Online:

"This is why I let my customers run my business," Cambridge Network, July 18, 2017

Car Sharing Economy: Interaction of Business Model Choice and Product Line Design,” Shared Mobility, July 9, 2017.

From the Car sharing Economy to how to Approach a Research Partnership?” Research and Grants eNews, School of Business, George Mason University, June 2, 2017.

INFORMS ICMYI, Author Spotlight,” INFORMS, March 2017.

Car Sharing is Smart Business for Manufacturers and the Environment,” School of Business News, George Mason University, October 19, 2016.

Innovative Business Models May Lead to More Sustainable Operations,” News at Mason, George Mason University, January 9, 2015.