Meng Li, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Management
Office: BSB 233
Phone: (856) 225-6494
Ph.D., University of Texas at Dallas
Dr. Li is an Assistant Professor in Operations Management at Rutgers University. His research interests focus on behavioral models in Operations Management and decision making with incomplete information. His research has appeared in Management Science and Production and Operations Management, among others.
Research Interests: Supply Chain Management; Manager Behavior; Decision Making With Incomplete Information
Courses Taught: Operations Management; Management Decision Models; Business Statistics
- Technical Note – Demand uncertainty reduction in decentralized supply chains (with Nicholas Petruzzi), Production and Operations Management, forthcoming.
- Overconfident competing newsvendors (with Nicholas Petruzzi and Jun Zhang), Management Sci- ence, forthcoming.
- Managing inventory with cash register information: Sales recorded but not demands (with Alain Bensoussan, Metin C¸ akany?ld?r?m and Suresh P. Sethi), Production and Operations Management, 25(1), 2016, 9-21 (Covered by ScienceDaily, AAAS, and UTDallas News).
- Competing with bandit supply chains (with Suresh P. Sethi and Jun Zhang), Annals of Operations Research, 2014, 1-24.
- Inventory management with overlapping shrinkages and demands (with Alain Bensoussan, Metin C¸ akany?ld?r?m and Suresh P. Sethi), Risk and Decision Analysis, 5(4), 2014, 189-210.
- Optimal inventory control with shrinkage and observed sales (with Alain Bensoussan, Metin C¸ akany?ld?r?m and Suresh P. Sethi), Stochastics, 85(4), 2013, 589-603.
- Does inventory pooling improve customer service levels? (with Jun Zhang), Operations Research Letters, 40(12), 2012, 96-98.
- Structural flexibility indices with shrinking capacities in cross production (with Tieming Liu), In- ternational Journal of Production Research, 50(2), 2012, 393-407.