Professor of Fashion Business,
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Transportation Research Part E
IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management
Production and Operations Management
Date and time: Apr 7 (Wed), 2021, 20:00 HKT (GMT+8) [Local time]
Zoom link: https://hku.zoom.us/j/93965533071 Zoom meeting ID: 939 6553 3071
Supply Chain Coordination with Risk-Sensitive Agents: Recent Advances
Supply chain coordination (SCC) is one of the most important topics in supply chain management. In particular, in a market full of uncertainties, supply chain agents face non-trivial levels of risk. Thus, a stream of research exploring SCC problems with risk sensitive agents emerges. Despite being a widely explored area, there are some important research gaps which deserve further explorations. In this seminar, we will share some recent advances in this topic. First, we will review the related literature to highlight some important studies in the area. Then, we will examine SCC challenges under the recently proposed mean-variance-skewness-kurtosis framework. After that, we will explore some most recent development and on-going research of the field, including the contract dependency feature of Pareto optimality.
Tsan-Ming Choi (Jason) is currently Professor of Fashion Business at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU). Over the past decade, he has actively participated in a variety of research projects on logistics and supply chain management, and applied optimization for fashion business operations. He has authored/edited 16 research handbooks and published extensively in well-established Web of Science listed citation journals. He is now serving as the Co-Editor-in-Chief of Transportation Research Part E, a department editor of IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, a senior editor of Production and Operations Management, and an associate editor of Decision Sciences. He received the President’s Award of Outstanding Performance of PolyU in 2008, and the Best Associate Editor Award of IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society in two consecutive years (2013 and 2014).