Department of Information Technology & Decision Sciences

Kedong Chen


NORFOLK, 23529

Ph.D. in Supply Chain and Operations, University of Minnesota, (2019)

M.S. in Statistics, University of Minnesota, (2015)

B.M. in Management Science, Fudan University, (2013)

Research Interests

Supply network, operations strategy, risk management, innovation, econometric models, causal inference


Chen, K., Liu, X., Li, Y. and Linderman, K. (2023). Government Support and Cross-Border Innovation: The Effect of China's Innovative City Policy on Chinese Firms' Patenting in the U.S.. Production and Operations Management.
Li, Y., Chen, K., Collignon, S. and Ivanov, D. (2021). Ripple Effect in the Supply Chain Network: Forward and Backward Disruption Propagation, Network Health and Firm Vulnerability. European Journal of Operational Research 291 (3) , pp. 1117-1131.
Chen, K., Li, W. and Wang, S. (2020). An Easy-to-Implement Hierarchical Standardization for Variable Selection Under Strong Heredity Constraint. Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice 14 (3).
Chen, K., Li, Y. and Linderman, K. (2022). Supply Network Resilience Learning: An Exploratory Data Analytics Study. Decision Sciences 53 (1) , pp. 8-27.
  • 2022: Runner-Up, 2022 INFORMS TIMES Best Working Paper Competition, INFORMS Technology, Innovation Management, and Entrepreneurship Section