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Çağrı Haksöz, born 1977, in Ankara, Turkey, is a Turkish academician in the area of operations management. He is a faculty member at Sabancı University, Faculty of Management. He is also an honorary visiting fellow at Cass Business School, City University of London, UK.

He is a graduate of first science high school of Turkey, Ankara Fen Lisesi. Haksöz has studied industrial engineering at Bilkent University, Turkey and obtained his BSc in 1999. He continued his graduate study at Leonard N. Stern School of Business of New York University, New York. He obtained MPhil and PhD degrees in operations management in 2003 and 2004 respectively. He has worked as an assistant professor of operations management at Cass Business School, City University of London, UK between 2004–2008. He has also taught at Stern School of Business Langone MBA program and NYU-London.

His articles on supply chain risk management, intelligent demand management, and supply chain contracts have appeared in journals such as MIT Sloan Management Review, Operations Research, Journal of Operational Research Society, and Journal of Operational Risk. He is an experienced teacher in variety of subjects such as Decision Models, Operations Management, Supply Chain Management, Managing Supply Network Risks, Management Science at undergraduate, MSc, MBA,Executive MBA levels. He also teaches in executive education programs such as Myglobe- Managing Your Global Enterprises, TURQUALITY.

Besides academia, Haksöz is an enthusiastic Turkish folk musician having over 60 compositions. He founded and directed the New York–based duo Yaren Ensemble between 2000–2004. He is a masterful player of the Turkish Saz/Baglama family, Azeri Tar, Uzbek Dutar as well as Navajo and Java flutes.

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