Recently, the Ministry of Education announced the "The Decision of Ministry of Education on the 2016 Annual Outstanding Achievement Award (science and technology) for Scientific Research in Universities". The project "Decision-Making Research Based on Supply Chain Innovation" by School of Management of our university won the first prize of Natural Science Award of Outstanding Achievement Award for Scientific Research in Universities. The 2016 Annual Outstanding Achievement Award (science and technology) for Scientific Research in Universities is based on peer review of experts, discussed by examination committee, audited by award committee and approved by Ministry of Education. A total of 43 projects have won the first prize of Natural Science Award of Outstanding Achievement Award for Scientific Research in Universities, and 71 projects have won the second prize. Only 2 projects from Management Discipline were granted the first prize.
In recent years, the research team of the School of Management has carried out in-depth research on the frontier decision-making issues in the field of supply chain management. Their research focuses on four aspects. The first is decision-making research on the integrated inventory in supply chain. The second is information system adoption decision, value co-creation and crisis information release optimization in supply chain. The third is collaborative decision-making of supply chain members based on consumer behavior. The fourth is green supply chain research based on environmental protection mechanism and supply-demand motivation. The achievements of the project are mainly made by young teachers of School of Management.
This award is a summary and concision of the early research achievements of the research team, and is also a new starting point for research in the focal field. In the future, the School of Management will further explore and study supply chain innovation and related areas, and make greater contributions to speeding up the top-ranking management discipline construction of our university.