Professor of Supply Chain, Operations, and Technology; Frahm Family Chair of Supply Chain, Operations, and Technology
Area of Expertise:
Management Science, Math Programming, Inventory Control, Production Planning, and Scheduling
Operational flexibility, Integrated risk management, operations-finance interface, technology-enabled supply chain innovation, sustainability, food supply chain.
- "Impact of Traceability Technology Adoption in Food Supply Chain Networks", Management Science, with P. Jiang, F. Xu
- "Procurement Strategies with Unreliable Suppliers under Correlated Random Yields", Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, with X. Geng, G. Xiao, N. Yang
- "Government Financing for Clean Technology Development: Environmental Effect and Bankruptcy Risk"(Working Paper), with S. Jung, D. Kim
- "On the Integration of Production and Financial Hedging Decision in Global Markets", Operations Research Journal, Issue 3, 470-489, with Q. Ding, P. Kouvelis, 2007
- "Two-wholesale-price Contracts: Push, Pull, and Advance-Purchase Discount Contracts", Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, Issue 3, 291-311, with K. Zhu, 2007
- "Markets for Surplus Components with a Strategic Supplier: Implications for Channel Profits", with E. Durbin, 2002
- "Who Benefits from Transshipment? Exogenous vs. Endogenous Wholesale Prices", Management Science, Issue 5, 645-657, with N. Rudi, 2004
- "Optimal Policies and Approximations for a Serial Multi-echelon Inventory System with Time-correlated Demand", Operations Research Journal, Issue 6, 969-980, with H. Lee, 2003
- "Efficient Supply Chain Structures for Personal Computers", with H. Lee, 2000
- "Equilibrium Forward Contracts on Nonstorable Commodities in the Presence of Market Power", Operations Research Journal, Issue 1, 128-145, with H. Liu, 2007
- Kleiner Perkins, Mayfield, Sequoia Capital Fellowship, Kleiner Perkins,, 1997
Professor Dong enjoys books, movies, music, and travel.
Ling Dong's research interests in supply chain management include control and design of supply chain and the use of operational flexibility in various supply chain environment. Her most recent research in integrated risk management focuses on the joint use of operational and financial instruments to manage supply chain risk, technology-enabled innovation, and sustainability.
Lingxiu Dong's Curriculum Vitae
Phone: (314) 935-6336
PhD 1999, Stanford University
MS 1995, Georgia Institute of Technology
1993, University of Science & Technology of China