Shouqiang Wang, PhD


Shouqiang Wang
Assistant Professor, Operations Management
Education
PhD, MS, Duke University, Durham, NC, 2011
BS, BA, Peking University, Beijing, China, 2006
Courses
OPRE 6301 Statistics and Data Analysis (Daytime MBA, graduate core, Executive/Online MBA)
OPRE 4350 Spreadsheet Modeling and Business Analytics (undergrad elective)
Current / Recent Research
Supply chain management
Sustainable operations and environmental regulations
Mechanism design
Information economics
Awards and Recognition
Winner of ENRE 2018 Best Publication Award for Environment and Sustainability of INFORMS
2018 Best Paper Award, Humanitarian Operations & Crisis Management Track of POM Society
Professional Organizations
INFORMS
MSOM
POMS
Biography
Shouqiang Wang is currently an Assistant Professor in the Operations Management area at the Naveen Jindal School of Management, University of Texas at Dallas. His research focuses on strategic operations problems that arise from both business settings as well as public domains, with a particular interest in incentive issues in the presence of asymmetric information and dynamic interactions among decentralized stakeholders in these contexts. His research has been published at premier business research journals such as Management Science and Operations Research, and has received multiple best paper awards. He teaches statistics, business analytics, spreadsheet modeling, operations management, logistics, and procurement at undergraduate, graduate, and MBA levels. He received his Bachelor's in mathematics and economics from Peking University, his Master in statistics and PhD in business administration from Duke University.
List of Published Works