I am a PhD Candidate in Supply Chain and Operations at Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota. I am interested in adopting a behavioral angle to understand and improve supply chain and operations management decisions. My dissertation blends analytical and experimental methods to investigate decision-making problems in supply chain risk management and strategic sourcing. Specifically, I focus on how supplier-induced risks influence sourcing decisions and how geopolitical risks influence vaccine manufacturers’ capacity investment decisions. In my other research, I address how consumer and employee behavior can impact operations management decisions.
I have taught one introductory undergraduate course on supply chain and operations management and have extensive teaching assistance experience in various supply chain and operations management courses.
PhD in Business Administration (Supply Chain & Operations), Minor in Psychology, Expected 2021
Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
MSc in Business Administration (Transportation & Logistics), 2015
Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia
BBA in Logistics Management, 2012
Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, China