BA/MA (Fudan University, China)
BS (Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany)
PhD ( Monash University, Australia)
Jie joined Leeds University Business School in September 2015. Prior to this, she was Prize Fellow in Operations Management at University of Bath. She received her PhD degree from Monash University, Australia. During her doctoral study, she received Best Student / Young Faculty Paper Award, Dean's Postgraduate Research Excellence Award, Australian Postgraduate Award, and Prime Minister’s Australia Asia Award.
Her research area mainly lies in managing global supply chains in terms of risks and uncertainty, collaborative innovation, and inter-firm relationships. Her work has been presented in international conferences and published in top international journals. Jie previously served as Secretary of the Executive Board, the Association of Supply Chain and Operations Management, and also session chair in international conferences. She is also reviewer for top journals in the field of operations and supply chain management.
Jie’s research examines global supply chains with special interests in managing collaborative innovation, risk and uncertainty, and inter-firm relationships. In particular, Jie is interested in behavioural and cross-cultural studies; she aspires to understand how human factors interplay in supply chain dynamics, and how cultural differences influence on global supply chains. Her research is published in top journals such as Production and Operations Management and International Journal of Production Research.
Operations and Supply Chain Management ( UG level 2)
Operations Management (UG level 3)
· Chen, J.; Sohal, A.; Prajogo, D. (2016), Supply risk mitigation: a multi-theoretical perspective, Production Planning & Control (forthcoming)
· Chen, J; Zhao, X.; Lewis, M.; Squire, B (2015) , A multi-method investigation of buyer power and supplier motivation to share knowledge, Production and Operations Management , DOI: 10.1111/poms.12421
· Chen, J.; Sohal, A.; Prajogo, D. (2013), Supply chain operational risk mitigation: a collaborative approach, International Journal of Production Research, 51 (7), 2186-2199
· Tan, K. T., Y.K.; Chen, J.(2015). Quality risk in global supply networks. In B. B. Flynn & X. Zhao (Eds.), Global Supply Chain Quality Management: Product Recalls and Their Impact. Taylor & Francis Group: New York
· Su, M.; Chen, J.; Zhao, X (2014), Supply Chain Collaborative Learning and Innovation: Borch Machinery; China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) case center
· Jungklaus, S.-O.; Chen, J. (2007), China: Der Drache ohne Zähne, BW Agrar, Jg. 59, H. 40, S. S. 35-36 (In German) translate : Jungklaus, S.-O., Chen, J. (2007), China: a Dragon without Teeth, BW Agrar,59(40),35-36