Yinghao Zhang

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Yinghao Zhang

Assistant Professor, Department of Operations, Business Analytics, and Information Systems

3345 Carl H. Lindner Hall

513-556-7383

Personal Website: https://sites.google.com/site/yinghaozhang2003/home

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Teaching Interest
Dr. Zhang has taught Operations Management and Purchasing and Supply Management at the Carlson School of Management. Operations Management and Decision Making in the Supply Chain (MBA) at the Perdue School of Business. He is currently teaching Operations Management at the Lindner College of Business.

Research Interest
Dr. Zhang's research interests are in the area of Supply Chain Management, with an emphasis on behavioral issues that arise in relationships between buyers and suppliers. His research has been published in Management Science and Production and Operations Management. Dr. Zhang also serves as a reviewer for several journals, including Management Science, Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, Production and Operations Management, International Journal of Production Economics, and Journal of the Operational Research Society.

Awards | Honors
Organization: Informs
Name: M&SOM Meritorious Service Award, 2018
Year Received: 2019

Organization: Lindner College of Business
Name: Spring 2018 Dean’s List of Teaching Excellence
Year Received: 2018

Education
Institution: University of Minnesota
Location: Minneapolis, MN
Major: Supply Chain and Operations
Completed: 2013
Degree: Ph D

Institution: Tsinghua University
Location: Beijing, China
Major: Management Information Systems
Completed: 2007
Degree: BBA

Published Contributions
Tony Haitao Cui, Yinghao Zhang,  (2018). Cognitive Hierarchy in Capacity Allocation Games. Management Science, 1250-1270.

Tianjun Feng, Yinghao Zhang,  (2017). Modeling Strategic Behavior in the Competitive Newsvendor Problem:  An Experimental Investigation. Production and Operations Management, 1383–1398.

Yinghao Zhang, Karen Donohue, Tony Haitao Cui,  (2016). Contract Preferences and Performance for the Loss Averse Supplier:  Buyback versus Revenue Sharing. Management Science, 1734-1754.

Karen Donohue, Yinghao Zhang,  (2015). Sharing the Risk:  Understanding Risk-Sharing Contracts from the Supplier's Perspective. The Handbook of Behavioral Operations Management, 251-267.

Accepted Contributions
Yinghao Zhang, Enno Siemsen,  (Accepted). A Meta‐Analysis of Newsvendor Experiments: Revisiting the Pull‐to‐Center Asymmetry. Production and Operations Management.

Research in progress
Title: How to Buy Back? Designing Contract for Risk Averse and Boundedly Rational Retailer
Status: Writing Results
Research Type: Scholarly

Title: Reciprocity in Demand Allocation Games
Status: On-Going
Research Type: Scholarly

Title: Salesforce Compensation Plans:  An Agency Model with Peer-induced Reference-dependent Preference
Status: Writing Results
Research Type: Scholarly

Title: Waiting or No-Show? Impact of Waiting Time and Uncertainty
Status: On-Going
Research Type: Scholarly

Presentations
Title: Reciprocity in Demand Allocation Games
Organization: Informs
Location: Seattle
Year: 2019

Title: A Behavioral Investigation of Workers’ Relocation in On-Demand Platforms
Organization: POMS
Location: Tianjin, China
Year: 2019

Title: Full Quantity or Full Credit? Choosing the Right Buyback Policy for an Irrational Newsvendor
Organization: POMS
Location: Tianjin, China
Year: 2019

Title: Full Quantity or Full Credit? Choosing the Right Buyback Policy for an Irrational Newsvendor
Organization: Informs
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Year: 2018

Title: Full Quantity or Full Credit? Choosing the Right Buyback Policy for an Irrational Newsvendor
Organization: Productions and Operations Management Soceity
Location: Houston, TX
Year: 2018

Title: Full Quantity or Full Credit? Choosing the Right Buyback Policy for an Irrational Newsvendor
Organization: Empirical Operations and Supply Chain Management Research Workshop
Year: 2017

Title: Incorporating Loss Aversion in Supply Chain Contract Design
Organization: Dongbei University
Location: Shenyang, China
Year: 2017

Title: A Meta-Analysis of Newsvendor Experiments:  Revisiting the Pull-to-Center Asymmetry
Organization: POMS Annual Conference
Year: 2017

Title: Full Quantity or Full Credit? Choosing the Right Buyback Policy for an Irrational Newsvendor
Organization: POMS Annual Conference
Year: 2017

Title: Cognitive Hierarchy in Capacity Allocation Games
Organization: Fudan University
Location: Shanghai, China
Year: 2016

Title: A Behavioral Investigation of the Competitive Newsvendor Problem
Organization: Tsinghua University
Location: Beijing, China
Year: 2016

Title: A Behavioral Investigation of the Competitive Newsvendor Problem
Organization: POMS Annual Conference
Year: 2016

Title: Reciprocity in Demand Allocation Games
Organization: POMS Annual Conference
Year: 2016

Title: Cognitive Hierarchy in Capacity Allocation Games
Organization: Informs Annual Conference
Year: 2014

Title: Trust in Revenue Sharing
Organization: Informs Annual Conference
Year: 2014

Title: Cognitive Hierarchy in Capacity Allocation Games
Organization: Union College
Year: 2014

Title: Cognitive Hierarchy in Capacity Allocation Games
Organization: Beihang University
Location: Beijing, China
Year: 2013