Shouqiang (Qiang) WangAssistant Professor
Office: Sirrine 131D
Personal Website: http://people.clemson.edu/~shouqiw/
PhD Business Administration
MS Statistical Sciences
ProfileShouqiang Wang is currently an assistant professor of operations and supply chain management in the Management Department of Clemson University. He earned his Ph.D. in Business Administration from Duke University, Fuqua School of Business. He has broad research interest in strategic decision making problems in business sectors (operations management, supply chain, marketing) and public policies (sustainable operations, environmental regulations, healthcare, national defense). In particular, an overarching theme of his research is the identification of managerial and operational solutions to improve efficiency and mitigate misalignment of incentives in the presence of asymmetric information and dynamic interactions among decentralized entities in these contexts. Trained as an interdisciplinary researcher, he draws methodological tools and contributes to theories of microeconomics and operations research. He has successfully developed and delivered four new courses at both undergraduate and master levels, including Decision Models, Operations Management, Sourcing and Supplier Management, Logistics Management. He is currently teaching four semester-long courses each academic year. He also serves on multiple doctoral dissertation committees. He is the organizer for the departmental Supply Chain Industrial Speakers Series, which features leading companies such as C.H. Robinson, Orora, ScanSource, and Target. He is also a regular reviewer of leading academic journals, and serves sessions chairs for multiple professional conferences.
Operations and Supply Chain Management
Inducing Environmental Disclosures: A Dynamic Mechanism Design Approach, with Peng Sun and Francis de Vericourt, working paper, 2015. (Under 3rd-round review at Operations Research)