I am interested in studying how operational decisions affect the development and distribution of pharmaceutical drugs. My questions explore themes such as supply chain transparency, innovation, new product development, and shortages. I use a mix of empirical and experimental research methodologies and theory-driven frameworks to answer my research questions.

Under the drug development stream, I explore

  • How expedited new product development leads to issues in drug quality?

  • How transparency in new product development impacts drug innovation?

Under the drug distribution stream, I examine

  • How transparency in the supply chain impacts shortages?

  • How does quality failure spill over?

  • How inventory transparency affects panic buying?

Working papers

Tyagi, H., Hermosilla M. and Shah R. The impact of transparency on technological innovation. Preparing the manuscript for submission to Management Science

Tyagi, H. and Shah R. Can regulatory approval speed impact product safety?. Preparing the manuscript for submission to Management Science

  • Finalist - Best OSCM student’s paper award at the Academy of Management Annual Conference 2021

Tyagi, H., Lee J. and Shah R. The unintended consequences of external quality failure: Evidence from the US pharmaceutical industry. Analyzing data

Tyagi, H. and Shah R. Pharmaceutical drug shortages: A literature review. Preparing the manuscript for submission to Production and Operations Management

Tyagi, H. and Shah R. Empirical investigation of panic buying - the role of transparency. Collecting data

Peer-reviewed articles (before Ph.D.)

Deo, S., Tyagi, H., Chatterjee, C. and Molakapuri, H., 2020. Did India’s price control policy for coronary stents create unintended consequences?. Social Science & Medicine, 246, p.112737.

Tyagi, H., Sabharwal, M., Dixit, N., Pal, A. and Deo, S., 2020. Leveraging Providers’ Preferences to Customize Instructional Content in Information and Communications Technology–Based Training Interventions: Retrospective Analysis of a Mobile Phone–Based Intervention in India. JMIR mHealth and uHealth, 8 (3), p.e15998.

Powell, A. C., Tyagi, H., & Ludher, J. K. (2018). Digitising Indian healthcare records. In Healthcare cover story, ISBInsight. Indian School of Business.

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