Candice Huynh

Candice Huynh

Associate Professor, Technology and Operations Department, College of Business Administration


Candice H. Huynh is an Associate Professor of Technology and Operations Management in the College of Business Administration at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. She received her Ph.D. in Management in 2014 from the Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California, Irvine and B.A. in Mathematics and Economics with magna cum laude in 2009 from the University of California, San Diego. She teaches Operations Management, Managerial Statistics, and Business Analytics. Her research is primarily in the area of operations management and decision analysis.

Selected Publications

Wenting Pan and Candice H. Huynh. 2024. Software locking special features: Optimal marketing and operational strategies for a manufacturer. International Journal of Production Economics, 273: 109284.


Candice H. Huynh and Wenting Pan. 2024. Optimal consumer capacity investment in solar panel system under supply and demand uncertainty. Journal of Cleaner Production, 437: 140754.


Wenting Pan and Candice H. Huynh. 2023. Optimal operational strategies for online retailers with demand and return uncertaintyOperations Management Research, 16: 755-767.


Jeffery L. Guyse, L. Robin Keller, and Candice H. Huynh. 2020. Valuing sequences of lives lost or saved over time: Preference for uniform sequencesDecision Analysis, 17(1): 24-38. (Winner of Decision Analysis Best Paper Award 2020).


Candice H. Huynh, Kut C. So, and Haresh Gurnani. 2016. Managing a closed-loop supply system with random returns and a cyclic delivery scheduleEuropean Journal of Operational Research, 255(3): 787-796.


Candice H. Huynh and Jay Simon. 2016. Using means objectives to present risk informationDecision Analysis, 13(2): 117-127.


Candice H. Huynh and Wenting Pan. 2015. Operational strategies for supplier and retailer with risk preference under VMI contractInternational Journal of Production Economics, 169: 413-421.