Charles X. Wang

Associate Professor

 

Operations Management & Strategy

School of Management

State University of New York at Buffalo

Buffalo, NY 14260

EDUCATION

Ph.D., Operations Management, Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY

M.S., Computer Engineering, L.C. Smith School of Engineering and Computer Science, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY

B.S., Mechanical Engineering, School of Mechanical Engineering, Tongji University, Shanghai, China

 

Research

1.      Wang, C.X., S. Webster, S. Zhang (2011). “A comparison of two sourcing tactics for a new componentEuropean Journal of Operational Research, 211(2), 310-317.

2.      Wang, C.X. (2010). “The Loss-Averse Newsvendor GameInternational Journal of Production Economics, 124(2), 448-452.

3.      Wang, C.X., S. Webster (2009). “Markdown Money Contracts for Perishable Goods with Clearance PricingEuropean Journal of Operational Research, 196(3), 1113-1122.

4.      Wang, C.X., S. Webster, N.C. Suresh (2009). “Would a Risk-Averse Newsvendor Order Less at a Higher Selling Price?” European Journal of Operational Research, 196(2), 544-553.

5.      Wang, C.X. (2009). “Random Yield and Uncertain Demand in Decentralized Supply Chains under the Traditional and VMI ArrangementsInternational Journal of Production Research, 47(7), 1955-1968.

6.      Wang, C.X. and S. Webster (2009). “The Loss-Averse Newsvendor ProblemOmega, 37(1), 93-105.

7.      Wang, C.X. and S. Webster (2007). “Channel Coordination for a Supply Chain with a Risk-Neutral Manufacturer and a Loss-Averse RetailerDecision Sciences, 38(3), 361-389.

8.      Wang, C.X. and M. Benaroch (2004). “Supply Chain Coordination in Buyer Centric B2B Electronic Markets,” International Journal of Production Economics, 92(2), 113-124.

9.      Wang, C.X. (2002). “A General Framework of Supply Chain Contract Models,” Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 7(5), 302-310.

Teaching

MGO 795: Seminar in Operations Management (Ph.D.)

MGO 630: Operations and Service Management (MBA core)

MGO 631: Production and Inventory Control (MBA/MS elective)

MGO 636: Supply Chain Modeling, Design, and Optimization (MBA/MS elective)

service

School of Management Personnel Action Committee, 2010- present

School of Management MBA/MS Program Committee, 2006- present

School of Management Policy Committee, 2007-2009

School of Management Undergraduate Program Committee, 2005-2006

 

 


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