• Professor, Industrial & Systems Engineering
Andrew Johnson

Educational Background

  • 2006 Ph.D. (Industrial and Systems Engineering), Georgia Institute of Technology.
  • 2002 M.S. (Industrial and Systems Engineering), Georgia Institute of Technology.
  • 2001 B.S. (Industrial and Systems Engineering), Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Minors in both Business and Economics. Graduated Magna Cum Laude.

Research Interests

    • Performance Assessment
    • Productivity and Efficiency Analysis
    • Healthcare
    • Warehousing and Material Handling
    • Manufacturing
    • Energy and Environmental Regulation
    • Systems Engineering

Selected Publications

  • Kuosmanen, T. and A.L. Johnson, 2017. “Modeling joint production of multiple outputs in StoNED: Directional distance function approach.” European Journal of Operational Research 262(2): 792-801.
  • Pope, B. and A.L. Johnson, 2013. “Scope Properties: Nonparametric Assessment, Policy Insights and Functional Estimation” Journal of Productivity Analysis 40(2): 239-250.
  • Lee, C-Y., A.L. Johnson, E. Moreno-Centeno, and T. Kuosmanen, 2013. “A More Efficient Algorithm for Convex Nonparametric Least Squares” European Journal of Operational Research 227(2):391-400.
  • Johnson, A.L. and T. Kuosmanen, 2011. “One-stage estimation of the effects of operational conditions and practices on productive performance: Asymptotically normal and efficient, root-n consistent StoNEZD method.” Journal of Productivity Analysis 36(2): 219-230.
  • Johnson, A.L. and L.F. McGinnis, 2011. “Performance Measurement in the Warehousing Industry.” IIE Transactions 43(3): 203-215.