Tim Kraft’s research focuses on the impact of environmental and social responsibility issues on supply chain and operations management decisions. His research topics include investigating companies’ and non-governmental organizations’ decisions regarding substances of concern in product lines, examining collaborative methods to improve the management of chemicals in supply chains, and studying when increased supply chain transparency affects consumers’ and companies’ decisions in social responsibility contexts.
Kraft previously taught at the University of Virginia and the MIT Sloan School of Management. He has also worked for several companies that include PricewaterhouseCoopers and RadioShack Corporation.
He received his doctorate degree from Stanford University.
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PhD, Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University (2011)
MBA/Master of Science, Business Management & Mechanical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin (2005)
Bachelor of Science, Industrial Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology (1999)