Marcus Bellamy

Assistant Professor, Operations and Technology Management

Professor Bellamy’s research interests include supply chain management, empirical operations management, supply chains and innovation, supply network risk, and network analytics and visualization.

Professor Bellamy received his Ph.D. in Operations Management at the Scheller College of Business and his M.S. in Industrial Engineering, both at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He was a Graduate Fellow in the Tennenbaum Institute at Georgia Tech as well as a Fulbright Scholar in Madrid, Spain. He was also the recipient of the Isabel Anderson Career Development Professorship at Boston University.

    Education
  • PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015
  • MS, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010
  • BS, University of New Mexico, 2006
    Publications
  • Bellamy, M., Suvrat, D., Ravi, S. (In Press). "Supply Chain Network Structure and Environmental Information Disclosure", Academy of Management Proceedings
  • Lee, B., Bellamy, M., Joglekar, N. (In Press). "Distributed Service with Proximal Capacity and Pricing on a Two-sided Sharing Economy Platform", Journal of Operations Management
  • Bellamy, M., Dhanorkar, S., Subramanian, R. (2020). "Administrative environmental innovations, supply network structure, and environmental disclosure", Journal of Operations Management, 66 (7-8), 895-932
  • Bellamy, M., Osadchiy, N. (2020). The Oxford Handbook of Supply Chain Management. In Thomas, Choi., Julie, Juan Li., Dale, Rogers., M Johnny, Rungtusanatham., Tobias, Schoenherr., Stephan, Wagner. (Eds.), "The Oxford Handbook of Supply Chain Management", Oxford University Press
  • Park, H., Bellamy, M., Basole, R. (2018). "Structural Anatomy and Evolution of Supply Chain Alliance Networks: A Multi-Method Approach", Journal of Operations Management, 63 (1), 79-96
  • Basole, R., Bellamy, M., Park, H. (2017). "Visualization of Innovation in Global Supply Chain Networks", Decision Sciences, 48 (2), 288-306
  • Park, H., Bellamy, M., Basole, R. (2016). "Visual analytics for supply network management: System design and evaluation", Decision Support Systems, 91 89-102
  • Basole, R., Bellamy, M., Park, H., Putrevu, J. (2016). "Computational Analysis and Visualization of Global Supply Network Risks", IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, 12 (3), 1206-1213
  • Basole, R., Bellamy, M. (2014). "Visual analysis of supply network risks: Insights from the electronics industry", Decision Support Systems, 67 109-120
  • Bellamy, M., Ghosh, S., Hora, M. (2014). "The influence of supply network structure on firm innovation", Journal of Operations Management, 32 (6), 357-373
  • Basole, R., Bellamy, M. (2014). "Supply Network Structure, Visibility, and Risk Diffusion: A Computational Approach", Decision Sciences, 45 (4), 753-789
  • Bellamy, M., Basole, R. (2013). "Network analysis of supply chain systems: A systematic review and future research", Systems Engineering, 16 (2), 235-249
  • Bellamy, M., Basole, R. (2012). Enterprise Transformation: Manufacturing in a Global Enterprise."Enterprise Transformation: Manufacturing in a Global Enterprise", IOS Press
    Research Presentations
  • Bellamy, M. , Joglekar, N. , Lee, B. Adventuring to Peak Price or Avoiding the Chase? Relocation Biases on a Ride-sharing Platform, Decision Sciences Institute International Conference, Online, 2021
  • Bellamy, M. , Bendoly, E. , McKie, E. Technology-driven Emerging Issues in Supply Chains, INFORMS Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA, 2021
  • Bellamy, M. , Bendoly, E. , McKie, E. Supply Chain Relationship Impacts on Firms' Environmental CSR Practices, INFORMS Annual Conference, Online, 2021
  • Bellamy, M. , Joglekar, N. , Lee, B. Proximal Capacity and Pricing Across Two-sided Distributed Business Models, INFORMS Annual Conference, Online, 2021
  • Bellamy, M. Social Networks Research, DSI Annual Meeting, 2020
  • Bellamy, M. Administrative environmental innovations, supply network structure, and environmental disclosure, Ohio State University, 2020
  • Bellamy, M. "Surge Pricing under Spatial Spillover: Evidence from Uber, Emory University, 2020
  • Bellamy, M. , Bendoly, E. Uses of Data Visualization across the Research Cycle: Opportunities and Disciplinary Caveats, 2019
  • Bellamy, M. Surge Pricing under Spatial Spillovers: Evidence from Uber's Operation, London Business School, 2019