BS, MS (Shanghai Jiao Tong); PhD (Stanford)
Director, MSc Programme in Business Analytics
Department of Decision Sciences and Managerial EconomicsRoom 912, 9/F
Cheng Yu Tung Building
12 Chak Cheung Street
Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong
+852 3943 1597
Prof. Zhu Kaijie is a Professor in Department of Decision Sciences and Managerial Economics at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). He received his PhD degree in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University in 2002, and his Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Automatic Control from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 1996 and 1993, respectively. Prior to joining CUHK, Prof. Zhu worked as an Assistant and then Associate Professor at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology from 2002 to 2010 and a pre-professional intern at T. J. Watson Research Centre of IBM in 2000. He has research interests in global supply chain management, and his works have been published by Management Science, Operations Research, Manufacturing & Services Management, Production and Operations Management, Naval Research Logistics, and European Journal of Operational Research
Global Supply Chain Management
- Publications & Working Papers
- Jun Shan and Kaijie Zhu (2013), “Inventory management in China: an empirical study,” Productions and Operations Management, 22, 302-313.
- Vernon Ning Hsu and Kaijie Zhu (2011), “Tax-effective supply chain decisions under China’s export-oriented tax policies,” Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, 13(2), 163-179.
- Qi Fu and Kaijie Zhu (2010), “Endogenous information acquisition in supply chain management,” European Journal of Operational Research, 201(2), 454-462.
- Kaijie Zhu and Ulrich W. Thonemann (2009), “Coordination of pricing and inventory control across products,” Naval Research Logistics, 56(2), 175-190.
- Li, Yongquan and Kaijie Zhu (2009), “Information acquisition in new production introduction,” European Journal of Operational Research, 198(2), 618-625.
- Lingxiu Dong, Chakravarthi Narasimhan, and Kaijie Zhu (2009), “Product line pricing in a supply chain,” Management Science, 55(10), 1704-1717.
- Xiangwen Lu, Jing-Sheng Song, and Kaijie Zhu (2008), “Analysis of perishable-inventory systems with censored data,” Operations Research, 56(4), 1034-1038.
- Kaijie Zhu, Rachel Q. Zhang, and Fugee Tsung (2007), “Pushing quality improvement along supply chains,” Management Science, 53(3), 421-436.
- Lingxiu Dong and Kaijie Zhu (2007), “Two-wholesale-price contracts: push, pull, and advance-purchase discount contracts,” Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, 9(3), 291-311.
- Xiangwen Lu, Jing-Sheng Song, and Kaijie Zhu (2005), “The censored newsvendor and the optimal acquisition of information,” Operations Research, 53(6), 1024-1026.
- Kaijie Zhu and Ulrich W. Thonemann (2004), “An adaptive forecasting algorithm and inventory policy for products with short life-cycles,” Naval Research Logistics, 51(5), 633-653.
- Kaijie Zhu and Ulrich W. Thonemann (2004), “Modelling the benefits of sharing future demand information,” Operations Research, 52(1),136-147.