Prof. Bibhas Chandra Giri

Department of Mathematics

Jadavpur University, India

Professor for Operations Management, Operations Research and Optimization



1998 Ph.D., Operations Research, Jadavpur University, India

1991 M.Sc., Applied Mathematics, Jadavpur University, India

1989 B.Sc., Mathematics, Vidyasagar University, India


Books, Book Chapters, Dissertation

  1. B.C. Giri, T. Dohi (2006) “Discrete-time stochastic EMQ models with machine breakdown and repair” in the book Reliability Modelling, Analysis and Optimization, pp. 81-106, edited by Hoang Pham, Rutger University, USA (World Scientific, Singapore).
  2. B.C. Giri and K.S. Chaudhuri (1999) “An economic production lot-size (EPL) model with shortages and time-varying demand” in the book Mathematics and Statistics in Engineering and Technology, pp. 191-199, edited by A. Chattopadhyay (Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi).
  3. B.C. Giri (2014) “Risk and Risk Aversion in Supply Chain Management” in the book Encyclopedia of Business Analytics and Optimization, Chapter 187, pp. 2081-2092, edited by John Wang, Montclair State University, USA (Business Science Reference, an imprint of IGI-Global, USA).
  4. B.C. Giri (2015) Risk-averse newsboy problem with incomplete demand information" in the book Analyzing Risk through Probabilistic Modeling in Operations Research, Chapter 14, pp. 344-353, edited by Dariusz Jacek Jakóbczak, Technical University of Koszalin, Poland (IGI-Global, USA).


  1. B.C. Giri, S. Bardhan, T. Maiti (2016) Coordinating a three-layer supply chain with uncertain demand and random yield, International Journal of Production Research, 54(8), 2499-2518.
  2. B.C. Giri, S. Sharma (2016) Optimal production policy for a closed-loop hybrid system with uncertain demand and return under supply disruption, Journal of Cleaner Production, 112, 2015-2028.
  3. B.C. Giri, S. Sharma (2016) Optimal ordering policy for an inventory system with linearly increasing demand and allowable shortages under two levels trade credit financing, Operational Research, 16(1), 25-50.
  4. B.C. Giri, B. Roy (2016) Modelling supply chain inventory system with controllable lead time under price-dependent demand, International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 84, 1861-1871.
  5. B.C. Giri, B.R. Sarker (2016) Coordinating a two-echelon supply chain under production disruption when retailers compete with price and service level, Operational Research: An International Journal, 16, 71-88.
  6. P. Biswas, S. Pramanik, B.C. Giri (2016) TOPSIS method for multi-attribute group decision-making under single-valued neutrosophic environment, Neural Computing &Applications, 27(3), 727-737.
  7. B.C. Giri, A. Chakraboty, T. Maiti (2016) Effectiveness of consignment stock policy in a three-level supply chain, Operational Research: An International Journal (Available online, DOI: 10.1007/s12351-015-0215-8).
  8. P. Biswas, S. Pramanik, B.C. Giri (2016) Hybrid vector similarity measures and their applications to multi-attribute decision making under Neutrosophic environment, Neutral Computing and Applications (Available online, DOI: 10.1007/s00521-015-2125-3).
  9. B.C. Giri, S. Bardhan (2015) Coordinating a supply chain under uncertain demand and random yield in presence of supply disruption, International Journal of Production Research, 53, 5070-5084.
  10. B.C. Giri, S. Sharma (2015) Optimizing a closed-loop supply chain with manufacturing defects and quality dependent return rate, Journal of Manufacturing Systems, 35, 92-111.
  11. B.C. Giri, A. Chakraborty, T. Maiti (2015) Quality and pricing decisions in a two-echelon supply chain under multi-manufacturer competition, International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 78, 1927-1941.
  12. T. Maiti, B.C. Giri (2015) A closed-loop supply chain under retail price and product quality dependent demand, Journal of Manufacturing Systems, 37(3), 624-637.
  13. B.C. Giri, S. Bardhan (2015) A vendor-buyer JELS model with stock-dependent demand and consigned inventory under buyer’s space constraint, Operational Research: An International Journal, 15, 79-93.
  14. P. Mandal, B.C. Giri (2015) A single multi-buyer integrated model with controllable lead time and quality improvement through reduction in defective items, International Journal of Systems Science: Operations & Logistics, 2(1), 1-14.
  15. B.C. Giri (2015) Optimal pricing and order-up-to S inventory policy with expected utility of the present value criterion, Engineering Economist, 60(3), 231-244.
  16. B.C. Giri, S. Sharma (2015) An integrated inventory model for a deteriorating item with allowable shortages and credit linked wholesale price, Optimization Letters, 9(6), 1149-1175.
  17. O. Dey, B.C. Giri (2014) Optimal vendor investment for reducing defect rate in a vendor-buyer integrated system with imperfect production process, International Journal of Production Economics, 155, 122-128.
  18. B.C. Giri, S. Bardhan (2014) Note on “Coordinating the ordering and advertising policies for a single-period commodity in a two-level supply chain”, Computers & Industrial Engineering, 77, 11-14.
  19. B.C. Giri, S. Sharma (2014) Lot sizing and unequal-sized shipment policy for an integrated production-inventory system, International Journal of Systems Science, 45, 888-901.
  20. B.C. Giri, T. Maiti (2014) Trade credit competition between two retailers in a supply chain under credit-linked retail price and market demand, Optimization Letters, 8, 265-285.