PhD in Management, UC Irvine
BA Economics, CSU San Marcos
Behavioral Decision Theory
Professor Guyse is currently a Full Professor in the Department of Technology and Operations Management at the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. His research interests are focused on the methodological issues involved with eliciting preferences for decisions that occur over time with non-monetary outcomes.
Selected Publications, News & Honors
- Guyse, Jeffery L. and Simon, Jay (2011) "Consistency Among Elicitation Techniques for Intertemporal Choice: A Within-Subjects Investigation of the Anomalies." Decision Analysis 8(3) 233-246
- Drezner, Tammy, Drezner, Zvi, and Guyse, Jeffery L. (2009) “Equitable Service by a Facility: Minimizing the Gini Coefficient.” Computers & Operations Research 36(12) 3240-3246.
- Guyse, Jeffery L., Keller, L. Robin, and Eppel, T. (2002) “Valuing Environmental Outcomes: Preferences for Increasing or Constant Sequences,” Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 87, 253-277.
- Drezner, Zvi and Guyse, Jeffery L. (1999) “Application of Decision Analysis Techniques to the Weber Facility Location Problem,” European Journal of Operational Research, 116, 69-79.
- Finalist in the Annual Student Paper Competition of the Decision Analysis Society of INFORMS for “Valuing Environmental Outcomes: Preference for Constant or Improving Sequences,” by Jeffery L. Guyse, L. Robin Keller, and Thomas Eppel.
- Seven “Outstanding Teaching Assistant” awards as voted by the students of Class IV of the Healthcare Executive MBA Program, Full Time MBA Classes of 1998, 1999, and 2000, and Classes XII, XIII and XIV of the Executive MBA Program, Graduate School of Management, University of California, Irvine.
- “Excellence in Teaching Award,” from the Campus-wide Instructional Resource Center and Committee on Teaching at UCI in 1998.