Jingqi Wang received his Ph.D. Degree in Operations Management from the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. He obtains his Bachelor of Science degrees in Industrial Engineering from Tsinghua University.
IIMT3636 Decision and Risk Analysis I/ BUSI0036 Quantitative Analysis for Business Decisions I
IIMT3635 Operations Management/ BUSI0023 Operations and Quality Management
Empirical Studies in Operations Management, Operations Economics, Investment Decisions in Supply Chains, Technology Supply Chains
Trade Credit Financing under Competition and its Impact on Firm Performance in Supply Chains. M&SOM. Accepted. With H. Lee and J. Zhou.
Impact of Queue Configuration on Service Time: Evidence from a Supermarket. Management Science. Accepted. With Y. Zhou.
The Value of “Bespoke”: Demand Learning, Preference Learning, and Customer Behavior. Management Science. Accepted. With T. Huang and C. Liang.
Decision Structure and Performance of Networked Technology Supply Chains. M&SOM. Accepted. With X. Wu, and V. Krishnan.
The Impact of Contracts and Competition on Upstream Innovation in a Supply Chain. Production and Operations Management.24(1) 134-146, 2015. With H. Shin.
PI, General Research Fund (GRF). Title: “Models and Analysis of Dual-Channel Supply Chain Strategies”
PI, General Research Fund (GRF). Title: “Optimizing Reliability and Extended Warranty Pricing Decisions in a Supply Chain”
Editorial Review Board member for Production and Operations Management Journal, 2015-current.
Secretary of POMS HK Chapter, 2015-current.
Referee for Management Science, Operations Research, M&SOM, Production and Operations Management, and European Journal of Operational Research.
Organizing committee member and treasurer for the Fifth POMS-HK International Conference.