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About Me

I am an assistant professor in Operations and Supply Chain Management at the Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary. My area of interest is sustainable and socially responsible operations management. 

Research Interests

Applications: Socially Responsible Supply Chains, Sustainable Operations Management, Behavioral Operations Management.

Methodologies: Game Theory, Behavioral Experiments, Econometrics, Dynamic Programming, Optimization

Research Papers

Publication

Supplier Centrality and Auditing Priority in Socially Responsible Supply Chains, with Anyan Qi and Milind Dawande. Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, 22(6), pp. 1199-1214. 2020.

  • Honorable Mention, POMS College of Sustainable Operations 2019 Best Student Paper Competition.

Combating Excessive Overtime in Global Supply Chains, with Chuanya Jiao and Anyan Qi. Under Review at Management Science

Work-in-Progress

The Behavioral Peril of Low Cost Sourcing, with Elena Katok and Anyan Qi. Working Paper.​

Reducing Waste in Online Retailing, with Milind Dawande, Ganesh Janakiraman, and Anyan Qi. Work-in-Progress.​

Stage Model of Service Outsourcing: A Behavioral Experiment, with Mei Li, Ning Ma, and Yimin Wang. Work-in-progress.

Teaching Experience

Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary

OPMA 317: Fundamentals of Operations and Supply Chain Management

  • Core undergraduate course with 60 students.

  • Instructor Evaluation: 6/7, 6.7/7 (Winter 2022), 7/7, 7/7, 7/7 (Winter 2021).

OPMA 301: Introduction to Operations and Supply Chain Management

  • Winter 2022

OPMA 411: Field Investigation in Operations and Supply Chain Management

  • Winter 2021

Naveen Jindal School of Management, The University of Texas at Dallas

OPRE 3310: Operations Management

  • Core undergraduate course with 61 students and 47 students.

  • Full responsibility for all instruction.

  • Instructor Evaluation: 4.8/5 (Summer 2019), 4.8/5 (Spring 2018).

OPRE 3360: Managerial Methods in Decision Making under Uncertainty (Business Statistics)

  • Core undergraduate course with 80 students.

  • Full responsibility for all instruction.

  • Instructor Evaluation: 4.5/5 (Spring 2019).