Tingliang Huang is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in the Department of Management Science and Innovation (MS&I). He joined the department in 2011 after completing his PhD in Operations Management from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern Read more.
Tingliang’s research interests include the effects of
information technology and consumer behaviour in manufacturing and service
operations management, and the interfaces of operations, marketing, and
economics. Read more.
Tingliang teaches “Business Analytics” in the B.Sc. in Information Management for Business. This course aims to equip students with the necessary awareness and concepts to make informed decisions under uncertainty in business settings.
Huang, T. and Yu, Y. 2014. Sell probabilistic goods? A behavioral explanation for opaque selling. Marketing Science, Forthcoming.
Huang, T. and Van Mieghem, J. A. 2013. The promise of strategic customer behavior: On the value of click tracking. Production and Operations Management 22 489–502. doi: 10.1111/j.1937-5956.2012.01386.x
Huang, T., Allon, G., & Bassamboo, A. 2013. Bounded rationality in service systems. Manufacturing & Service Operations Management 15(2) 263-279.
Huang, T. and Van Mieghem, J. A. 2013. Clickstream data and inventory management: Model and empirical analysis. Production and Operations Management doi: 10.1111/poms.12046
Benjaafar, S., ElHafsi, M., & Huang, T. 2010. Optimal control of a production‐inventory system with both backorders and lost sales. Naval Research Logistics 57(3) 252-265.