Jelle de Vries is Assistant Professor of Operations Management at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. In his research, Jelle focuses on the influence of behavioral characteristics and outcomes in operational settings. On this topic he has published in well-respected academic outlets such as the Journal of Operations Management (JOM) and Production and Operations Management (POM). With his PhD dissertation he won the Jo Van Nunen Prijs, the award for the best PhD dissertation on a logistics-related topic in the Netherlands. In 2018 he received a VENI research grant to further develop his research in Behavioral Operations.
Before joining RSM, Jelle worked as Assistant Professor at VU University Amsterdam. He obtained his PhD (cum laude) and MPhil at RSM.
J. de Vries, M.B.M. de Koster & D.A. Stam (2014). Experimentally Investigating The Performance Of Various Order Picking Methods In Different Behavioral Contexts. In Jeff Smith, Kimberly Ellis, René Koster, de, Steve Lavender, Benoit Montreuil & Mike Ogle (Eds.), Progress in Material Handling Research: 2014 (pp. 1-17). North Carolina/USA: CICMHE
M.B.M. de Koster, J. de Vries & D.A. Stam (2014). Best student paper award TRAIL2014, "Making the Right Pick: Aligning Order Picking Methods, Incentive Systems and Regulatory Focus to Increase Picking Performance". Wetenschappelijk.
J. de Vries (2016, februari 18). Behavioral Operations in Logistics. Erasmus University Rotterdam (Rotterdam: Erasmus Research Institute of Management (PhD Serie 374)) Prom./coprom.: prof.dr.ir. M.B.M. de Koster & prof.dr. D.A. Stam.