Neil Keon, PH.D.
Project - Economic Issues in Communications Networks
Information Technology and Operations Management
Edwin L. Cox School of Business
Southern Methodist University
- Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 2000
- M.S.E., University of Pennsylvania, 1999
- M.Sc., University of Ottawa, 1995
- B.Commerce, Management McGill University, 1992
study explores how the use of economic incentives, such as
prices and discounts, make it in the interest of individuals
to cooperate with network management objectives. These models
represent a form of real-time pricing that can be implemented
with no advance knowledge of demand or individual customer
preferences making them powerful management tools for objectives
such as load-balancing or regulating peak period traffic.
Accomplishments and Awards
- Telecommunications Management
- E-business Technologies
- Advances in Telecommunications and Networking
- Jan 99 - July 2000 Research Fellow, Systems Engineering
Dept., University of Pennsylvania
- Sept 96 - Dec. 98 - Teaching Assistant, University of
- 1995 - Diploma in Operations Research, Canadian Operations
- Sept 93 - Dec. 93 - Teaching Assistant, University of
- 1993 - Systems Science Entrance Scholarship, Master's
Programme in Systems Science, University of Ottawa
- N. Keon and G. Anandalingam, July 2000, "A
New Pricing Model for Competitive Telecommunications Services
Using Congestion Discounts," submitted for publication.
- N. Keon and G. Anandalingam, December 2000“Optimal Pricing
for Multiple Services in Telecommunications Networks Offering
Quality of Service Guarantees,” submitted for publication.