Dr. Xiaohui (Eva) Xu, Ph.D.
Department: Technology and Operations Management
Title: Associate Professor
Phone: (909) 869-2457
Fax: (909) 869-2466
Dr. Xu received her Ph.D. in Supply Chain and Operations Management from McCombs School of Business, University of Texas at Austin in 2005. She also holds a Master degree in Business Administration. Her main teaching interest is supply chain management, production management, and e-business. Her work has appeared in leading management journals such as Production and Operations Management, Managerial and Decision Economics, and Decision Support Systems
- Supply-Chain Coordination
- E-Business Channel Coordination
- Information Update Process
- Selected publications
Xiaohui X. (2017, May). Platform Licensing for Electronic Commerce Ecosystems. Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, 18(2), 177-188.
Xiaohui X. & Fang F. (2016, December). Product Line Strategy under Complementary Effects. Journal of Supply Chain and Operations Management, 14(2), 15-22.
Xiaohui, X. & Rita, K. (2014, February). Tracking Student In-Class Participation in a Hybrid Operations Management Course. Journal of Supply Chain and Operations Management, 12 (1), 30-40.
Liwen, C., Stephen, M. G., & Xiaohui, X (2012, September-October). The Role of Revenue-Focused Managerial Performance Measures in Supply Chain Coordination. Production and Operations Management, 21(5), 814-832.
Wenge, Z. & Xiaohui, X. (2011, December). Second-Mover Advantages with Asymmetric Costs and Information Update: A Product Life Cycle Perspective. Managerial and Decision Economics,32(8), 527-533.
Fang, F., & Xiaohui, X. (2011, December). An Analysis of Consumer Training for Feature Rich Products. Decision Support Systems, 52(1), 169-177.
Xiaohui X. (2011, September). Information Update and Risk Pooling in a Mixed Distribution Channel. California Journal of Operations Management, 9(2), 98-107.
Abolhassan H., Yuanjie H., & Xiaohui X. (2007, February). Inventory Management with Product Substitution and Stochastic Yield. California Journal of Operations Management, 5 (1), 12-18.
Henry C., Xiaohui X., & Ralph M. (2007, February). Clustering of SKUs to Reduce Split Delivery Cost in Online Merchandising. California Journal of Operations Management, 5 (1), 27-32.
“In Store Training and Price Strategy for Feature Rich Products,” POMs 2008 annual conference in La Jolla, CA.
“Inventory Management with Product Substitution and Stochastic Yield,” 2007 CSU-POM Conference at Cal State Fullerton
“Clustering of SKUs to Reduce Split Delivery Cost in Online Merchandising,” 2007 CSU- POM Conference at Cal State Fullerton
“Product Line Strategy under Complementarities,” Informs International 2006.
“Using Stock Options to Mitigate the Upstream Holdup Problem,” Supply Chain and Operations Management Seminar, The University of Texas at Austin, September, 2004.
“Hybrid Push-Pull Inventory to Tradeoff Information Flow and Risk Pooling in a Supply Chain,” INFORMS Annual Meeting, Invited Presentation, Denver, 2004.
“Managerial Incentives When Upstream Holdup Is a Concern,” INFORMS Annual Meeting, Invited Presentation, Denver, 2004.
“Product Differentiation and ‘Copycats’ in the Presence of Indirect Network Effects,” INFORMS Annual Meeting, Invited Presentation, Atlanta, 2003.