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Hongmin Li

Hongmin Li

Assistant Professor
Supply Chain Management

Office:BA 403
Mailing Address:
Main Campus
PO BOX 874706
Tempe, AZ 85287-4706

Phone: 480-965-2232
Fax: 480-965-8629
Email: Hongmin.Li@asu.edu

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Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2007; M.E. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2002; M.S., Syracuse University, 1998; M.S., University of Michigan, 1997; B.S., Peking University, 1995

Research Areas
Strategic supplier management, inventory management, dynamic pricing, supply chain contracting

Current Projects
Planning for product transitions, long-term supplier incentive design

Academic Positions Held
Arizona State University: 2007-present

Other Positions
Research Intern, Supply Chain Department, 3Com Inc., 2005-2006; Software Engineer, Open Market, Inc., 2000-2001; Software Engineer, Tickets.Com Inc., 1998-2000.

Representative Publications

“Pricing Multiple Products with the Multinomial Logit and Nested Logit Models: Concavity and Implications”, with Woonghee Tim Huh, Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, 13(4): 549-563.

"Pricing decisions during inter-generational product transition," with Stephen Graves, Production and Operations Management, 2012, 21(1): 14-28.

"Optimal Planning Quantities for Product Transition," with Stephen Graves and Donald Rosenfield, Production and Operations Management, 2010 19(2): 142-155.

“Dynamic Business Share Allocation in n a Supply Chain with Competing Suppliers” with Hao Zhang and Charles Fine, under review.

“Capacity planning for product transitions” with Stephen Graves and Woonghee Tim Huh, under review.

"A Population-Growth Model for Multiple Generations of Technology Products," with Dieter Armbruster and Karl Kempf, under review.

“Optimal pricing for short life-cycle products when customer price sensitivity varies over time”, with Woonghee Tim Huh, under review.








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SCM 432 - Control Sys-Supply Chain Mgmt
Planning and control systems for product and service flows in supply chain: production planning, master scheduling, MRP, ERP, inventory management.