Big Data and Earned Value Management in Airspace Industry

Joaquín López Pascual, Juan Carlos Meléndez Rodríguez, Pedro Cañamero Molina, Fausto Pedro García Márquez (2017). Chapter 10. " Big Data and Earned Value Management in Airspace Industry ",  in " Big Data Management ".  Ed. Springer, pp 257-267.
 
 
This book focuses on the analytic principles of business practice and big data. Specifically, it provides an interface between the main disciplines of engineering/technology and the organizational and administrative aspects of management, serving as a complement to books in other disciplines such as economics, finance, marketing and risk analysis. The contributors present their areas of expertise, together with essential case studies that illustrate the successful application of engineering management theories in real-life examples.
 
Provides an interdisciplinary approach to big data, merging the perspectives of contributors from various fields of research.
 
Aimed at engineers, economists, and researchers who employ engineering management in the course of their work.
 
Offers insightful real-life case studies to illustrate the applications of big data in management.
 
 

An Overview of Earned Value Management in Airspace Industry

Joaquín López Pascual, Juan Carlos Meléndez Rodríguez, Pedro Cañamero Molina, Fausto Pedro García Márquez. (2016). "An Overview of Earned Value Management in Airspace industry", in Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Management Science and Engineering Management. Ed. Springer. pp 1465-1477.

 

Earned value management (EVM) is an effective Project management approach. This method is used to manage Project of different sectors and has been revised to improve its Schedule estimates, the Earned Schedule Management and the Earned Duration Managemente and to include new components as quality, the quelity earned value management. This paper explores the EVM methodology and proposes a model to manage projects aerospace engineers based in a real case study. The inputs in the model are the planning and the monitoring of the case study, planned value, earned value and actual cost of aerospace projects. 


The Assessment and Selection of Hedge Funds

Joaquín López Pascual. (2015).  Chapter 10. "The Assessment and Selection of Hedge Funds", in Advanced Business Analytics. Ed. Springer, pp 195-210.
 
 
The following Chapter intends to be a small guide to investing in hedge funds or a guide to take into account when trying to understand the complexities of investing in hedge funds. We aim to give a general overview of the field of alternative investments and to introduce its complexities, because investing in hedge funds is not at all a very simple task.


In this Chapter, we assess the challenges of analysing and selecting hedge funds. Alternative investment vehicles have taken an important role not only in the diversification of portfolios but also as standalone investments. Capturing the entire risk dimensions implied in hedge fund investment strategies is paramount in understanding alternative investments. We also analyse the problem of the lack of benchmarks. Should the performance of a hedge fund follow a benchmark? As absolute return vehicles, alternative investment organizations should not be benchmarked. However, investors need to compare returns with other assets in order to properly assess the cost of opportunity implied in hedge fund investing. We consider also benchmarking among peers as a new and latest strategy.
 


Restructuring bank networks after mergers and acquisitions: A capacitated delocation model for closing and resizing branches

Joaquín López Pascual, Diego Ruiz-Hernández, David Delgado-Gómez (2015) have collaborated on a new research article. "Restructuring bank networks after mergers and acquisitions: A capacitated delocation model for closing and resizing branches" in "Computers & Operations Research". Vol 62, October 2015. Pages 316-324.

 

During restructuring processes, due to mergers and acquisitions, banks frequently face the problem of having redundant branches competing in the same market. In this work, we introduce a new Capacitated Branch Restructuring Model which extends the available literature in delocation models. It considers both closing down and long term operations? costs, and addresses the problem of resizing open branches in order to maintain a constant service level. We consider, as well, the presence of competitors and allow for ceding market share whenever the restructuring costs are prohibitively expensive.

 

We test our model in a real life scenario, obtaining a reduction of about 40% of the network size, and annual savings over 45% in operation costs from the second year on. We finally perform a sensitivity analysis on critical parameters. This analysis shows that the final design of the network depends on certain strategic decisions concerning the redundancy of the branches, as well as their proximity to the demand nodes and to the competitor?s branches. At the same time, this design is quite robust to changes in the parameters associated with the adjustments on service capacity and with the market reaction.

 

 


 


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