Xiaoyang Long joined the Wisconsin School of Business after completing her Ph.D. in Operations Management at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. She also holds a B.A. in Physics from Princeton University. Her research interests include behavioral operations, the interface between marketing and operations, supply chain management, and new product development.
Selected Published Journal Articles
DeCroix, G. & Long, X. & Tong, J. (2021). How service quality variability hurts revenue when customers learn: Implications for dynamic personalized pricing Operations Research
Long, X. & Nasiry, J. (2020). Wage Transparency and Social Comparison in Salesforce Compensation Management Science
Long, X. & Nasiry, J. & Wu, Y. (2020). A Behavioral Study of Abandonment Decisions in Multi-Stage Projects Management Science
Ha, A. & Long, X. & Nasiry, J. (2016). Quality in Supply Chain Encroachment Manufacturing & Service Operations Management
Long, X. & Nasiry, J. (2015). Prospect Theory Explains Newsvendor Behavior: the Role of Reference Points Management Science