Qi Wu, PhD, received her doctoral degree in Information, Risk and Operations Management from the University of Texas at Austin. She also holds master’s degrees in Mathematics and Statistics from University of South Carolina, and a bachelor’s degree from Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China.
Globalization and increased variety of products have impacted the uncertainty in both demand and supply. The changes, though gradual, have accumulated over time and posed enormous difficulties in planning procurement. Qi Wu studies strategies that help firms tackle this challenge using stochastic control and econometric models. She is particularly interested in problems related to assortment planning and the impact of risk and financial factors on operational decisions.
PhD, Mccombs School of Business, University of Texas at Austin, 2013
Interests and Courses
Empirical Research in Operations Management
Finance and Operations Management Interface
Supply Chain Contracts
Recent Courses and SyllabiCourse evaluation ratings (login required)
- Janakiraman, G., Park, S., Seshadri, S., Wu, Q.
New results on the newsvendor model and the multi-period inventory model with backordering (vol. 41, issue 4, ). Operations Research Letters.
- Muthuraman, K., Seshadri, S., Wu, Q.
Inventory Management with Stochastic Lead Time Mathematics of Operations Research .
- Feng, H., Wu, Q., Muthuraman, K., Deshpande, V.
Replenishment Policies for Multi-Product Stochastic Inventory Systems with Correlated Demand and Joint-Replenishment Costs Production and Operations Management .
- Seshadri, S., Wu, Q.
Production and Inventory Planning under Decreasing Absolute Risk Aversion: A Unified Approach for Sensitivity Analysis Risk and Decision Analysis.