Curriculum Vitae                                                               

 

The Institute of International Management

No.1, University Road, Tainan City 701, Taiwan (R.O.C)

E-mail: wschang@mail.ncku.edu.tw

Phone: +886 (06) 2757575- 53566

Education

Florida State University, Ph.D. in Economics, 2011.

Research Interests

Procurement Auction, Decision Theory, Behavioral Operational Management/Supply Chain Management, Applied Game Theory, Experimental Economics

Employment

National Cheng Kung University 

  • Associate Professor, August 2019-

  • Assistant Professor, August 2014-July 2019

Institute of Entrepreneurial Studies and Innovation Management at Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany 

  • Research Associate (Post-Doc), 2011-2014

Teaching​

2018 Fall~ 2019 Spring

  • Supply Chain Risk Management

  • E-Business and Supply Chain Management

  • Small & Medium Entreprise Management (2 lectures, EMBA)

  • Taiwan Festival in Japan: Psychology X Technology X Cultural Innovation (1 lecture, cross-discipline course)

  • Contemporary Management Research

  • Biases in Managerial Decision Making

  • Managerial Economics (summer class)

  • Case Study in Business Strategy and Management (1 lecture, EMBA)

2017 Fall~2018 Spring

  • Supply Chain Risk Management

  • E-Business and Supply Chain Management

  • Small & Medium Enterprise Management (6 lectures, EMBA)

  • Managerial Economics (winter class)

  • Procurement Management

  • Technology Management (x2, Taipei class & Tainan class)

  • Case Study in Business Strategy and Management (2 lectures, EMBA)

2016 Fall~ 2017 Spring

  • Supply Chain Risk Management (x2, Taipei class & Tainan class)

  • E-Business and Supply Chain Management 

  • Managerial Economics (summer class)

  • Procurement Management

  • Technology Management

  • Project Management

  • Case Study in Business Strategy and Management (2 lectures, EMBA) 

2015 Fall~2016 Spring

  • Enterpreneurial Management

  • E-Business and Supply Chain Management 

  • Managerial Economics (summer class)

  • Technology Management

  • Project Management

  • Quantitative Analysis for Management Science

  • Technology and Urban Design (summer camp, invited by OIA, NCKU)

2014 Fall~ 2015 Spring

  • Project Management

  • E-Business and Supply Chain Management

  • Enterpreneurial Management

  • Technology Management (x2, Taipei class &Tainan class)

Publications

1. Wei-Shiun Chang, Bo, Timothy C. Salmon (2015) An investigation of the average bid mechanism for procurement auctions. Management Science 61(6):1237-1254. (Online Appendix) Click to see the coverage in IFREE newsletter (by Vernon Smith, 2002 Nobel Laureate in Economics)

2. Chang, W. S., Salmon, T. C., & Saral, K. J. (2016) Procurement auctions with renegotiation and wealth constraint. Economic Inquiry, 54(3), 1684-1704. 

3. Chang, W. S. & Lin, Cindy. (2018) The effect of lead-time on supply chain resilience performance. Asia Pacific Management Review. (In Press)

4. Liu, Y., Chang, W. S., & Chen, W. Y. (2019) Health Progress and Economic Growth in the United States: the Mixed Frequency VAR AnalysesQuality & Quantity, 53 (4), 1895-1911. 

5. Chang, W. S. (2019) The Adverse Effects of Renegotiation in Procurement Auctions with Endogenous Liability. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 81, 91-101.

6. Lam, M. & Chang, W. S. (2019) The effect of information on supply chain coordination: A model of value discountingAsia Pacific Management Review. (In Press)

7. Chang, W. S.  & Daniel Sanchez-Loor (2020) Downstream Information Leaking and Information Sharing Between Partially-Informed Retailers. Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade. (In Press)

Working Papers

1. The Superman inside Us: Information Sharing in Anonymous Virtual Communities, with Daniel Sanchez-Loor (R&R)

2. Effects of Resentments and Quality Confirmation in Markets with Quality Ambiguity and Quality Uncertainty: An Experimental Study, with Daniel Sanchez-Loor (R&R)

Projects in Progress

1. Procurement Auctions with Differentiated Goods

2. Strategic and Behavioral Analysis of Information Sharing in Supply Chain

3. Knowledge Curse in Supply Chain, with Daniel Sanchez-Loor

4. Cognitive Entitlement in Ultimatum Games

5. Investor or Lender? The perceived Role in the Dictator Game

Grants/Awards​

1. Small Grant Program ($9000) supported by The International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics, with Timothy Salmon, 2010

2. FSU Dissertation Research Grant ($750, won the competition), 2010

3. FSU John and Hallie Quinn Fellowship, 2009-2010

4. MOST project titled "Channel Coordination of Supply Chain with Asymmetric Demand Information", supported by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan (R.O.C), 2015/1~2017/2.
5. MOST project titled "Renegotiation in Procurement Auctions with Endogenous Liability", supported by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan (R.O.C), 2016/8 ~ 2018/7. 

6. MOST project titled "Strategic and Behavioral Analysis of Information Sharing in Supply Chain", supported by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan (R.O.C), 2017/8~2018/7

7. MOST project titled "The Curse of Knowledge in Wholesale Pricing", supported by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan (R.O.C), 2019/8 ~ 2020/7.

Academic Service

Editorial Advisory Board

International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management

 

Reviewer for

Economic Inquiry, Journal of Economic Surveys, International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, Journal of Technology Management, Taiwan Economic Review, Management Review, Asia Pacific Management Review, Supply Chain Management An International Journal. Decision Sciences.

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