Dr Xiaojun Wang

Dr Xiaojun Wang

Dr Xiaojun Wang
Senior Lecturer in Management

4F9,
The Priory Road Complex, Priory Road, Clifton
BS8 1TU
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xiaojun.wang@bristol.ac.uk

Telephone Number (0117) 3310789

Department of Management

Research

Xiaojun's research interests include sustainable supply chain management, innovations in operations management, risk assessment, e-business approaches, multi-criteria decision analysis, and applied operational research. He is also keen on research topics related to eco-design and applications of traceability systems in the food sector. Xiaojun is currently working on the Royal Society funded project of optimizing perishable supply chains by option contracts.

Xiaojun's research area webpage

Group

Martin Tidy

Teaching

EFIM30001: Management Science
MGRCM2017: Operations Management

EFIM30014: Operations Management

Fields of interest

Sustainable Supply Chain, Operations Management, Risk Assessment, e-business, Applied Operational Research




Latest publications

  1. Wang, X, Chan, HK, Li, D & Lee, C 2015, ‘A hierarchical model for eco-design of consumer electronic products’. Technological and Economic Development of Economy.
  2. Chen, X & Wang, X 2015, ‘Free or bundled: channel selection decisions under different power structures’. Omega: International Journal of Management Science.
  3. White, G, Wang, X & Li, D 2015, ‘Inter-Organisational Green Packaging Design: a case study of influencing factors and constraints in the automotive supply chain’. International Journal of Production Research.
  4. Wang, X, White, LA & Chen, X 2015, ‘Call for Papers: Big Data Research for the Knowledge Economy: Past, Present, and Future’. Industrial Management and Data Systems.
  5. Wang, X, Chan, HK & Li, D 2015, ‘A case study of integrated fuzzy methodology for green product development’. European Journal of Operational Research, vol 241., pp. 212-223
  6. Chan, HK, Wang, X & Raffoni, A 2014, ‘An integrated approach for green design: Life-cycle, fuzzy AHP, and environmental management accounting’. The British Accounting Review, vol 46., pp. 344-360
  7. Kanchanapibul, M, Lacka, E, Wang, X & Chan, HK 2014, ‘An empirical investigation of green purchase behaviour among the young generation’. Journal of Cleaner Production, vol 66., pp. 528-536
  8. Wang, X, Chan, HK & White, LA 2014, ‘A comprehensive decision support model for the evaluation of eco-designs’. Journal of the Operational Research Society, vol 65., pp. 917-934
  9. Li, D, Wang, X, Chan, HK & Manzini, R 2014, ‘Sustainable food supply chain management’. International Journal of Production Economics, vol 152., pp. 1-8
  10. Wang, X & Chan, HK 2013, ‘An integrated fuzzy approach for evaluating remanufacturing designs’. Journal of Remanufacturing, vol 3., pp. 1-19
  11. Chan, H, Wang, X, White, G & Yip, N 2013, ‘An extended Fuzzy AHP approach for the evaluation of green product designs’. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, vol 60., pp. 327-339
  12. Wang, X & Chan, HK 2013, ‘A hierarchical fuzzy TOPSIS approach to assess improvement area when implementing green supply chain initiatives’. International Journal of Production Research, vol 51., pp. 3117-3130
  13. Chan, HK & Wang, X 2013, ‘Fuzzy Hierarchical Model for risk assessment: principles, concepts, and practical applications’. Springer London
  14. Huo, B, Chan, HK & Wang, X 2013, ‘An account for implementing Just-In-Time System: a case study of the Chinese Automotive Industry’. International Journal of Engineering and Technology Innovation, vol 3., pp. 156-167
  15. Wang, X & Durugbo, C 2013, ‘Analysing network uncertainty for industrial product-service delivery: a hybrid fuzzy approach’. Expert Systems with Applications, vol 40., pp. 4621-4636
  16. Wang, X & Li, D 2012, ‘A dynamic product quality evaluation enabled pricing model for perishable food supply chains’. Omega: International Journal of Management Science, vol 40., pp. 906 - 917
  17. Wang, X, Chan, H, Yee, W & Diaz-Rainey, I 2012, ‘A two-stage Fuzzy-AHP model for risk assessment of implementing green initiatives in the fashion supply chain’. International Journal of Production Economics, vol 135., pp. 595 - 606
  18. Wang, X, LI, D & Shi, X 2012, ‘A fuzzy enabled model for aggregative food safety risk assessment in food supply chains’. Production Planning and Control, vol 23(5)., pp. 377 - 395
  19. Durowoju, O, Chan, HK & Wang, X 2012, ‘Entropy assessment of supply chain disruption: an information flow perspective’. Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management, vol 23., pp. 988-1014
  20. Durowoju, O, Chan, H & Wang, X 2011, ‘The impact of security and scalability of cloud service on supply chain performance’. Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, vol 12(4)., pp. 243 - 256
  21. Wang, X, Li, D, O'Brien, C & Li, Y 2010, ‘A production planning model to reduce risk and improve operations management’. International Journal of Production Economics, vol 124., pp. 463 - 474
  22. Wang, X, Li, D & O'Brien, C 2009, ‘Optimisation of traceability and operations planning: an integrated model for perishable food production’. International Journal of Production Research, vol 47., pp. 2865 - 2886
  23. Wang, X, Li, D & Li, L 2009, ‘Adding value of food traceability to the business: a supply chain management approach’. International Journal of Services Operations and Informatics, vol 4(3)., pp. 232 - 257

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