University of Southern California

Greys Sosic
Associate Professor of Data Sciences and Operations

USC Marshall School of Business
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0808

PhD, University of British Columbia; MS, BS, University of Zagreb


Greys Sosic conducts research in the area of supply chain management, competition and cooperation in supply chains, and applied game theory, with particular emphasis on coalition formation and stability. Her work has been published in Management Science, Operations Research, and Manufacturing and Service Operations Management (MSOM). She was a finalist in the 2006 JFIG competition, and received the Dean's Awards for Research Excellence in 2007. She is an associate editor for MSOM and the Decision Sciences Journal. She is the recipient of the 2006, 2007, and 2009 MSOM Meritorious Service Award, and of 2009 Management Science Distinguished Service Award.


Repeated Newsvendor Game with Transshipments 2012
Impact of Demand Uncertainty on Stability of Supplier Alliances in Assembly Models 2011
Repeated Newsvendor Game with Transshipments 2011
Repeated Newsvendor Game with Transhipments 2010
Stability of Information-Sharing Alliances in a Three-Level Supply Chain 2010
Coalition Stability in Assembly Models 2009
Game-Theoretic Analysis of Cooperation Among Supply Chain Agents: Review and Extensions 2008
Stable Farsighted Coalitions in Competitive Markets 2007
Transshipment of Inventories Among the Retailers: Myopic vs. Farsighted Stability 2006
Formation of Alliances in Internet Based Supply Exchanges 2005
A Three Stage Model for a Decentralized Distribution System of Retailers 2003
The Vehicle Routing Problem with Pickups and Deliveries on Some Special Graphs 2002
Capacity Investment and Allocation in Competitive Supply Chain Management
Coalition Stability in Assembly Models with Commodity Components
Cooperation for Sustainability: Sharing Technology to Improve Product Recyclability
Experimental Study of Farsighted Cooperation
Green Recycling Networks
Manufacturers’ Competition and Sustainable Cooperation: Cost Structure and Stability Analysis
Multi-Channel Pricing Strategies among Manufacturers and Retailers
Selling Through Priceline? On the Impact of Name-Your-Own-Price in Competitive Market