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Yang Li

Assistant Professor, Management Science

Yang Li

Contact Information

Expertise

  • Business Technology Management
  • Service Operations
  • Supply Chain Finance and Sustainability

Research Publications

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Yang Li is an Assistant Professor of Management Science at the Ivey Business School. Prior to joining Ivey, he was on the faculty of CUHK Business School at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. 

Dr. Li’s research studies the impacts of new technologies on business and explores most efficient operational strategies under these new technologies. His recent work has focused on omnichannel services and live-streaming e-commerce. Moreover, Dr. Li is also interested in effective financing mechanisms for supply chain sustainability.  His work has been published in premier academic journals such as Management Science, SIAM Journal on Optimization, and Operations Research Letters.

Teaching

  • Decision Making with Analytics
  • Revenue Management

Programs Taught

  • HBA

Education

  • Ph.D. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
  • M.SC, M.A. SC. McMaster University
  • B.S. Beijing University of Posts & Telecommunications

Recent Refereed Articles

  • Hu, M.; Li, Y. L.; Wang, J., 2018, "Efficient Ignorance: Information Heterogeneity in a Queue", Management Science, June 64(6): 2650 - 2671.
  • Jewell, S. W.; Li, Y. L.; Pirvu, T. A., 2013, "Non-linear equity portfolio variance reduction under a mean–variance framework—A delta–gamma approach", Operations Research Letters, November 41(6): 694 - 700.
  • Li, Y. L.; Terlaky, T., 2010, "A New Class of Large Neighborhood Path-Following Interior Point Algorithms for Semidefinite Optimization with $O(\sqrt{n}\log\frac{\mathrm{Tr}(X^0S^0)}{\epsilon})$ Iteration Complexity", Siam Journal On Optimization, January 20(6): 2853 - 2875.

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Experience

  • Assistant Professor, CUHK Business School, The Chinese University of Hong Kong