Dr. Kuangnen Cheng
Assistant Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management
Dr. Cheng, Assistant Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management, has doctorate and master’s degrees in business administration. He developed his data analytical skills in operation strategy and supply chain management from extensive hands-on service industry experience. Prior to joining Marist, Dr. Cheng was a Lecturer of Strategic Management at St. Mary’s College of California. He expects to bring in his entrepreneurship knowledge to bridge the gap between academia and business environments so that students can appreciate the business curriculum for their future career development. His research is focused on big data and data mining, especially firm boundary and global competition behavior. Currently, he teaches Operations Management for both undergraduate and on-line MBA courses.
Doctor of Business Administration
Research Interests / Areas of Focus
Operations strategy, supply chain management, operations management
Cheng, K. N. (2018). Operations and marketing alignment to reduce operational risk: How airlines circumvent well-guarded markets. International Journal of Advanced Operations Management (accepted on 8 August 2018).
Cheng, K. N., Chen, H. P. and Lee, J. Z.-H. (2018). Service operations to analyze cooperative and non-cooperative competition. International Journal of Business Competition and Growth, 6(2), 139-158.
Cheng, K. N. (2017). Protecting strategically vulnerable markets through inventory pooling: A byproduct of coordinated effects induced by horizontal post-merger. International Journal of Supply Chain and Inventory Management, 2(2), 162-177.
Cheng, K. N. (2017). Competitive dynamics across strategic groups: A literature review and validation by quantitative evidence of operation data. International Journal of Business Environment, 9(4), 301-323.
Cheng, K. N., Chen, H. P. and Lee, J. Z.-H. (2015). Competition Behavior in Service Frequency for US Airlines. Service Business, 9 (1), 1-16.
Cheng, K. N., Lee, Z. and Shomali, H. (2012). Airline Firm Boundary and Ticket distribution in Electronic Markets. International Journal of Production Economics, 137(1), 137-144.
Cheng, K. N. (2018). Aligning operations and marketing to circumvent endogenous mobility barriers: The case of the U.S. domestic airline industry. Proceedings of the 1028 IAM International Conference on Innovation and Management, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 10 13 July 2018.
Cheng, K. N. (2018). Circumventing well-guarded markets to optimize operational efficiency. Proceedings of the 2018 IBEC International Business and Economy Conference XVII, San Francisco, 04 January 07 January 2018.
Awards and Honors
Conference session chair: 2018 IAM International Conference on Innovation and Management, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 10 13 July 2018.
Editorial Board Member: International Conference on Innovation and Management (ISSN: 2308-1295) May 2018 present.
Editorial Advisory Board Member: International Interdisciplinary Business-Economics Advancement Journal (ISSN 2375-9615). June 2016 present.