Hasmukh Gajjar is associate professor in the area of Operations Management and Quantitative Techniques. He has earned Ph.D. from Shailesh J. Mehta School of Management(SJSOM), IIT Bombay. He has several years of experience in teaching courses
related to Operations Management and Quantitative Methods in variety of programmes offered at IIM Indore.
He has published his research work in the leading international journals such as Annals of operations research, International journal of retail and distributions, Journal of Internet commerce and Asia pacific journal of operational research. He has written several cases from which one is published at Ivey cases.
His research interests are in the domain of retail operations, e-tailing operations, optimization theory, meta-heuristics and modeling. He is presently working in the domain of shelf space optimization, warehouse optimization, retail staff –scheduling and product returns in online retailing.
Pandey, P., Shah B.J., Gajjar H. (2016). A fuzzy goal programming approach for selecting sustainable suppliers. Benchmarking: An International Journal. (Forthcoming)
Jain, N. K., Gajjar, H., Shah, B. J., & Sadh, A. (2015). A Conceptual Framework for Measuring E-fulfillment Dimensions: A Consumer Perspective. Journal of Internet Commerce, 14(3), 363-383.
Gajjar, H. K., & Adil, G. K. (2015). Retail shelf space allocation considering inventory replenishment. International Journal of Services and Operations Management, 22(2), 221-234.
Gajjar, H., & Adil, G. (2011). A Dynamic Programmeming Heuristic for Retail Shelf Space Allocation Problem. Asia-Pacific Journal of Operational Research, 28(2), 183-199.
Gajjar, H., & Adil, G. (2011). Heuristics for Retail Shelf Space Allocation Problem with Linear Profit Function. International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, 39(2), 144-155.
Choudhary, S., & Gajjar, H. (2010). Electrical Maintenance of IIT Bombay Hostels. Asian Journal of Management Cases, 7(1), 73-87.
Gajjar, H., & Adil, G. (2010). A piecewise linearization for retail shelf space allocation problem and a local search heuristic. Annals of Operations Research, 179(1), 149-167.