Ioannis (Yannis) Bellos

Assistant Professor

Information Systems and Operations Management


George Mason University

School of Business

4400 University Drive, MS 5F4

Enterprise Hall

Fairfax, Virginia 22030

Phone (O): +1-703-993-1788

Fax (O): +1-703-993-1809

Email: ibellos(a)



Ph.D. in Operations Management, Georgia Institute of Technology, August 2012.

Diploma (M.Sc. Equivalent) in Mechanical Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece), 2006.


Research Interests

Sustainable Operations, Sharing and Access Economy, Service Operations, Service Design, Servicizing, Innovative Business Models.



1. Agrawal, V., and I. Bellos, "The Potential of Servicizing as a Green Business Model," forthcoming in Management Science.

2. Bellos, I., M. Ferguson, and L. B. Toktay, "The Car Sharing Economy: Interaction of Business Model Choice and Product Line Design," forthcoming in Manufacturing and Service Operations Management.

3. Bellos, I., and S. Kavadias, "A Framework for Service Design."

4. Bellos, I., and S. Kavadias, "When Should Customers Control Service Delivery? Implications for Service Design."

5. Bellos, I., and J. Kovach, "Servicizing the Supply Chain."

6. Bellos, I., and S. Kavadias, "Signaling Quality Through Customer Control."


Book Chapters

1. Agrawal, V., and I. Bellos, 2016, "Servicizing in Supply Chains and Environmental Implications," in Environmentally Responsible Supply Chains: Opportunities and Challenges, Atasu, A. (Ed.) Springer Series in Supply Chain Management Vol. 3, pp. 109-124.

2. Bellos, I., and M. Ferguson, 2016, "Moving from a Product-Based Economy to a Service-Based Economy for a More Sustainable Future," in Sustainable Supply Chains, Bouchery, Y., T. Tan, J. Fransoo and C. Corbett (Eds.) Springer Series in Supply Chain Management Vol. 4, pp. 355-373.


Pedagogical Material Development (Case Studies)

Jacobs, B. W., S. Kavadias, and I. Bellos, "Saturn VTi: The Continuous Variable Transmission Project," Teaching Case.

Bellos, I., and S. Kavadias, "The Technology Innovation Pipeline Process at AT&T," Teaching Case under development.


Teaching Experience

School of Business, George Mason University

- Operations Management (EMBA 638), Core Executive MBA course

 Spring 2016: 25 Students, 4.20/5.0.

- Operations Management (MBA 638), Core MBA course

 Spring 2016: 53 Students, 4.96/5.0; 45 Students, 4.91/5.0.

 Fall 2015: 30 Students, 4.67/5.0.

 Fall 2014: 40 Students, 4.58/5.0.

- Operations Management (OM 301), Core undergraduate course

 Summer 2016: 59 Students, 4.86/5.0.

 Fall 2015: 62 Students, 4.62/5.0.

  Summer 2015: 54 Students, 4.90/5.0.

  Spring 2015: 64 Students, 4.72/5.0; 65 Students, 4.91/5.0.

  Fall 2014: 38 Students, 4.50/5.0.

  Spring 2014: 59 Students, 4.67/5.0; 60 Students, 4.54/5.0.

  Fall 2013: 63 Students, 4.91/5.0; 63 Students, 4.83/5.0.

  Spring 2013: 18 Students, 4.87/5.0; 35 Students, 4.84/5.0.

  Fall 2012: 17 Students, 4.60/5.0; 33 Students, 4.45/5.0.


Scheller College of Business, Georgia Tech

- Operations Management (MGT 3501), Core undergraduate course

  Spring 2012: 49 Students, 4.58/5.0.

  Fall 2011: 52 Students, 4.71/5.0.

  Spring 2011: 47 Students, 4.90/5.0.

  Spring 2010: 49 Students, 4.70/5.0.


Awards and Honors

George Mason University, nominated for the Career Connection Faculty Award, 2016.

School of Business, George Mason University, nominated for the Outstanding Contributions to Teaching Award, 2015.

INFORMS ENRE Section Young Researcher Prize, Runner Up (Second Place), 2014.

POMS College of Product Innovation and Technology Management, Best Student Paper Award, 2012.

Finalist for the Georgia Tech CETL/BP Outstanding Graduate Instructor Award, 2012.

INFORMS Service Science Best Student Paper Competition, Honorable Mention, 2011.

Georgia Institute of Technology "Thank a Teacher" Program Certificate, 2011.