Supply Chain Management
Ph.D. in Operations Management, University of California, Los Angeles, 2007; M.Sc. in Mathematics, National University of Singapore, 2002; B.Sc. in Mathematics, Peking University, 2000.
Consumer-driven operations management models; pricing and revenue management; inventory management; operations-marketing interface; multi-tier supply chain management.
Selling successive-generation products with trade-in programs; buyer-supplier joint quality improvement; directed sourcing in multi-tier supply chain management; stockout recovery under consignment.
Academic Positions Held
Arizona State University: 2007-present
"Optimal Temporal Customer Purchasing Decisions under Trade-in Programs with Upfront Fees" with C. S. Tang. Decision Sciences, forthcoming.
"Target Pricing: Demand-side versus Supply-side Approaches" with H. Li, Y. Wang, T. J. Kull and T. Y. Choi. International Journal of Production Economics, 136(1), 172-184, 2012.
"The Implications of Costs, Capacity and Competition on Product Line Selection" with C. S. Tang. European Journal of Operations Research, 200, 439-450, 2010.
"Optimal Markdown Pricing: Implications of Inventory Display Formats in the Presence of Strategic Customers" with Y. Aviv, A. Pazgal and C. S. Tang. Management Science, 55(8), 1391-1408, 2009.
"Will More Purchasing Options Benefit Customers?" with W. Elmaghraby, S. A. Lippman and C. S. Tang. Production and Operations Management, 18(4), 381-401, 2009.
"Joint Pricing and Inventory Control with a Markovian Demand Model," with K. Rajaram. European Journal of Operational Research, 182, 113-126, 2007.
"Joint Ordering and Pricing Strategies for Managing Substitutable Products," with C. S. Tang. Production and Operations Management, 16(1), 138-153, 2007.
"Responsive Pricing Under Supply Uncertainty," with C. S. Tang. European Journal of Operational Research, 182, 239-255, 2007.