Industrial information integration engineering and related research topics
Topic: Industrial information integration engineering and related research topicsSpeaker: Prof. XU LidaTime: 3:00pm, 8 Jan. 2012Place: Room 801, School of Management Abstract:Rapid advances in industrial information integration methods have spurred tremendous growth in the use of enterprise systems. Consequently, a variety of techniques have been used for probing enterprise systems. These tec...
Speed Quality Dilemma: Routing to Balance Waiting and Call-Backs in Large-Scale ...
Topic: Speed Quality Dilemma: Routing to Balance Waiting and Call-Backs in Large-Scale Call Centers with Heterogeneous ServersSpeaker: Dongyuan Zhan, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California.Co-author: Amy R. Ward, Associate Professor, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California.Time: 15:00-16:30pm, 29 Dec. 2011, ThursdayPlace: Room 801, School of Managemen...
Export Behavior of Chinese Enterprises: Motive, Pattern and Staff Pay
Topic: Export Behavior of Chinese Enterprises: Motive, Pattern and Staff PaySpeaker: Prof. WU YanruiWU Yanrui is a guest professor of USTC and a professor of Business School, University of Western Australia. His research interest includes development economics, international trade and applied econometrics. Within 105 publications, Prof. WU Yanrui has 5 monographs, namely, Productive Performance in...
Integrated Logistics Network Design: From Single-Sourcing to Multi-Sourcing
Topic: Integrated Logistics Network Design: From Single-Sourcing to Multi-SourcingSpeaker: Dr. SHU JiaDr. SHU Jia is an associate professor in the department of management science and engineering, school of economics and management at Southeast University. He received a PhD in operations research from Singapore-MIT Alliance in 2004, and a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Power Automation Engineer...
Cooperative Advertising in a Dynamic Retail Market Duopoly
Topic: Cooperative Advertising in a Dynamic Retail Market DuopolySpeaker: Professor Suresh P. Sethi Professor Suresh P. Sethi, from University of Texas at Dallas, is an outstanding professor of Charles & Nancy Davidson and director of the Center for Intelligent Supply Networks. Time: 3:00-5:00 pm, 18 Oct 2011Place: Room 801, School of Management
Educating Leaders for the Global Economy
Time: 3:00 pm, 19 Sep. 2011Place: Auditorium of SOM (2nd floor of management building) Educating Leaders for the Global EconomyReporter: Prof. Norman S. Wright, Ph.D. in Management from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, dean of the Woodbury School of Business and Professor of Management, Utah Valley University. Prof. Wright used to be acting dean of the College of Business (by l...
Serial Chain Merger Evaluation Model and Application to Mortgage Banking
Title： Serial Chain Merger Evaluation Model and Application to Mortgage Banking Speaker: Desheng Wu, Affiliate Professor, University of Toronto Associate Professor, Reykjavik University Abstract: Mortgage banking operations can be viewed from the supply chain perspective, where the primary and secondary markets are upstream and downstream chain members respectively.This paper describes a series-c...
Bullwhip Effect in an Industry When Demands across Firms are Interdependent
Lecture: Dr. YUE Xiaohang, from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Time: 9:00-11:00 am, 16 JunPlace: Room 801, School of Management Abstract: Bullwhip effect (BWE) in a serial supply chain has studied extensively in the supply chain management literature. Analytical research has quantified BWE at the firm-level and identified several drivers of it. Empirical research has documented the pre...
The Federal Reserve as a cause of macroeconomic unstability
The Federal Reserve as a cause of macroeconomic unstabilityProf. Jack Reardon7:00-9:00pm, 28 May 2011Auditorium of the School of Management
A fresh look at effect aliasing and interactions: some new wine in old bottle
A fresh look at effect aliasing and interactions: some new wine in old bottleProf. Wu Jianfu3:45pm, 10 May 2011Auditorium of the School of Management