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Best Paper Award Winners from OCSAMSE
Yueshan Yu, Xin Chen, and Fuqiang Zhang: “Dynamic Capacity Management with General Upgrading”
Li Chen, Wei Luo, and Kevin Shang: “ Measuring the Bullwhip Effect with Material Flow Data: Biases and Remedies”
Ye Lu, Youhua (Frank) Chen, Miao Song, and Xiaoming Yan: “Optimal Pricing and Inventory Control Policy with Quantity-Based Price Differentiation"
Yangfang Zhou, Alan Scheller-Wolf, Nicola Secomandi, and Stephen Smith: “Merchant Management of Electricity Surpluses: Storage vs. Disposal”
Chen, Jiguang; Hu, Qiying; Song, Jing-Sheng: “Contract Types and Supplier Incentives for Quality Improvement”
Simchi-Levi, David; Wang, He; Wei, Yehua: “Increasing Supply Chain Robustness through Process Flexibility and Strategic Inventory”
Chenz, Ying-Ju; Zhou, Junjie: “The Benefit of Sequentiality in Social Networks”
Lou, Wei; Shang, Kevin: “Managing Inventory Systems with Trade Credit and Payment Defaults”
Wei Luo and Kevin Shang: “Integrating Inventory Replenishment and Cash Payment Decisions”
Tracy R. Lewis, Fang Lin, Jing-Sheng Song: “A Dynamic Method for Achieving Sustainable Quality Supply”
Ho-Yin Mak, Ying Rong, Zuo-Jun Max Shen: “Infrastructure Planning for Electric Vehicles with Battery Swapping”
Shanshan Hu, Zhixi Wan, Qing Ye, Wei Chi: “Developing Supplier Capacity: Cost-Sharing Mechanisms and Experimental Tests”
Tong Wang: “Demand Estimation and Ordering under Censoring: Stock-Out Timing Is (Almost) All You Need”
Xiaole Wu and and Fuqiang Zhang: “Efficient Supplier or Responsive Supplier? An Analysis of Sourcing Strategies under Competition”
Rachel R. Chen and coauthors Esther Gal-Or, and Paolo Roma: “Opaque Distribution Channels for Competing Service Providers: Posted Price vs. Name-Your-Own-Price Mechanisms”
Jun Li, Nelson Granados, and Serguei Netessine: “Are Consumers Strategic? Structural Estimation from the Air-Travel Industry”
Qi Feng and Lauren Xiaoyuan Lu: “Supply Chain Contracting under Manufacturer and Retailer Competition: Bilateral Bargaining vs. Stackelberg"
Guoming Lai, Wenqiang Xiao, and Jun Yang: "Supply Chain Performance under Market Valuation: An Operational Approach to Restore Efficiency”
Rachel R. Chen, University of California at Davis and coauthor Paolo Roma, University of Palermo: “Group Buying of Competing Retailers”
Jianxi Luo, MIT and coauthors Daniel E. Whitney and Christopher L. Magee of MIT and Carliss Y. Baldwin of Harvard Business School: “Hierarchy in Industry Architecture:Transaction Strategy under Technological Constraints&rdqu;
Zhijian Cui, INSEAD and coauthor Christoph Loch, Jurgen Mihm: “Stakeholders' Influence on Product Design Decisions with Exogenous Uncertainty”
Lai Guoming and coauthors Laurens Debo and Ling Nan, Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University: “Manager Incentives for Channel Stuffing with Market-Based Compensation&rdqu;
Zhu Leon and coauthor Hao Zhang, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California: “Optimal Pre-order Discount and Information Release”
Chen Li and coauthor Hau Lee, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University: “Rediscover the Bullwhip Effect: On the Measurement and Interpretation with Aggregate Data”
Wang Yulan, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, “Two-Wholesale-Price Contracts in a Three-Tier Supply Chain”
Pengfei Guo and Baozhuang NiuLiu Heng of Xi'an with with coauthors Yuan Li, Yi Liu and Heng Liu, Jiaotong University: “How Specific Investment and Absorptive Capacity Affect Manufacturer's Knowledge Acquisition”
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