Research is the cornerstone of doctoral study. PhD candidates at Purdue’s School of Business are not only exploring their respective areas of interest, but also diving deep into industry challenges to provide thoughtful, innovative solutions. Through empirical research and subject-matter mentorship, our PhD graduates are poised to engage in the highest-level of discourse and provide meaningful contributions to their communities.
Zhan Pang, Yixuan Xiao (2022). “Inventory control under corporate income tax and accrual accounting.” IISE Transactions
Qi Feng, J. George Shanthikumar (2022). “Developing Operations Management Data Analytics.” Production and Operations Management
Qi Feng, Chengzhang Li, Mengshi Lu, J. George Shanthikumar (2021). “Dynamic substitution for selling multiple products under supply and demand uncertainties.” Production and Operations Management
Songhao Wang, Szu Hui Ng , William Benjamin Haskell (2021). “A Multilevel Simulation Optimization Approach for Quantile Functions.” INFORMS Journal on Computing
Shujing Sun, Susan F. Lu , Huaxia Rui (2020). “Does Telemedicine Reduce Emergency Room Congestion? Evidence from New York State.” Information Systems Research
Amy David, Amanda S. Mayes, and Elizabeth C. Coppola (2020). "The Effect of Live Theatre on Business Ethics." Humanistic Management Journal
Jinsheng Chen, Jing Dong, Pengyi Shi (2020). “A Survey on Skill-Based Routing with Applications to Service Operations Management.” Queueing Systems
Gökçe Esenduran, Paolo Letizia , Anton Ovchinnikov (2022). “Customization and Returns.” Management Science
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