Faculty

Fan Xiaoshuai
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor
fanxs@sustech.edu.cn

Xiaoshuai Fan joined the College of Business in 2020 and is currently an assistant professor at Southern University of Science and Technology. She got her Ph.D degree in Operations Research from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Her main research areas are mechanism design and auction theory, behavioral operation management, sustainable operation management, supply chain management, and innovation management. She has published many papers in top management and well-known international journals such as Manufacturing & Service Operations Management.

Educational Experience

2015-2020: PhD in Industrial Engineering and Logistics Management, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

2011-2015: Bachelor of Management, Huazhong University of Science and Technology (Management Innovation Experimental Class)

Research Interest

At present, it focuses on the mechanism design and auction theory under asymmetric information, sustainable operation management (poverty problem, income difference problem, carbon emission problem), behavioral operation, innovation management, supply chain management, etc. Also interested in the intersection of finance and operations management.

Publications

  1. Zhou, Junjie, Xiaoshuai Fan, Ying‐Ju Chen, and Christopher S Tang*. "Information Provision and Farmer Welfare in Developing Economies." Manufacturing & Service Operations Management (2020).
  2. Xiaoshuai Fan*, Ying‐Ju Chen, and Junjie Zhou. "Social Benefits of Government Investment in Enterprises." Naval Research Logistics (NRL)2 (2020): 108-125.
  3. Xiaoshuai Fan, Ying‐Ju Chen, and Christopher S Tang*. "Mechanism Design for Managing Hidden Rebates and Inflated Quotes of a Procurement Service Provider." Forthcoming in Manufacturing & Service Operations Management
  4. Xiaoshuai Fan*, Ying‐Ju Chen, and Christopher S Tang. "To Bribe or not in a Procurement Auction under Disparate Corruption Pressure." Forthcoming in Production and Operations Management