Office: Xuri Building 720
Research interests: Operations Management, Supply Chain Management
Dr. Jianheng Zhou is a professor of the department of Logistic Management at the Glorious Sun School of Business & Management, Donghua University. Dr. Zhou received her Ph.D. degree from Donghua University. She was previously a visiting scholar at the University of North Carolina (UNC) for one year. She was selected in Shanghai Pujiang talent (2012). Her research interests focus on operation management and supply chain management in the presence of asymmetric information. She has published more than 30 academic journal papers, including more than 10 SCI/EI-indexed journal papers. She is principal of several national and provincial research projects, including National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) project, The Department of Humanities and Social Sciences of the Ministry of Education and so on.
1994.09-2003.07 Mechanical Manufacturing and Theory, Chain Textile University/Donghua University, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Since 2003.09 Glorious Sun School of Business and Management, Donghua University, Lecturer, Assistant Professor, Professor, PhD supervisor
2017.08-2018.08 University of North Carolina(UNC), Visiting Scholar
2010.09-2011.09 University of North Carolina(UNC), Visiting Scholar
Honors and Awards
2015 Guided doctoral students in the program of doctoral innovation in management
2014 Guidance of graduate students have won many prizes in the national graduate students mathematical model contest
2014 Be awarded the second prize of Sangma
2014 Be awarded the first prize of school micro-teaching competition
2014 Be awarded the second prize of school teaching competition
2014 Be given the title of "good teacher" in the school of management
2013 Guidance of graduate students have won many prizes in the national graduate students mathematical model contest
2012 Guidance for graduate students with excellent master's degree
2012 Guided master of engineering and MBA student to get the title of the excellent master's thesis
2011 Guidance of graduate students have won many prizes in the national graduate students mathematical model contest
2011 Guidance undergraduate has won the title of excellent paper many times
2009 Be awarded the winner of the multimedia lecture contest of Donghua University , and was demonstrated as one of the teachers
2009 Guided graduate student to get the title of excellent master's thesis
2009 Guidance undergraduate has won the title of excellent paper many times
2009 Guidance for graduate students with excellent master's degree
2007 Be awarded the second prize of the speech contest of the school of management
2007 Be given the title of "good teacher" in the school of management
2005 Guidance undergraduate has won the title of excellent paper many times
2004 Be awarded the third prize of the youth teacher's lecture contest of Donghua University
Zhou, J. & Chen, X. (2020). The impact of service and channel integration on the stability and complexity of the supply chain. Complexity, 1-27.
Zhou, J., & Xu, R. (2020). Firms' strategic pricing and network externalities. Mathematical Problems in Engineering, 1-11.
Zhao, R., & Zhou, J. (2020). Two-stage pricing model of a dual-channel supply chain with information disclosure. Industrial Engineering and Management, 25(2), 82-91+81.
Zhou, J., & Ran, Y. (2019). Strategy of supply chain information sharing based on strategic competition game. Chinese Journal of Management Science, 27(6), 88-102.
Zhou, J., Zhao, R. , & Wang, B. (2019). Behavior-based price discrimination in a dual-channel supply chain with retailer's information disclosure. Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, 39:100916-100929.
Zhou, J., Zhao, R., & Wang, W. (2019). Pricing decision of a manufacturer in a dual-channel supply chain with asymmetric information. European Journal of Operational Research, 809-820.
Zhou, J., Li, S., & Wang, B. (2019). Investigation of dynamic incentive of supply chain under information asymmetry for screening. Mathematical Problems in Engineering, 1-10.
Zhou, J., & Wang, X. (2018). Vertical information exchange in a supply chain with revenue sharing mechanisms. Systems Engineering-Theory Methodology Application, 27(5):971-980.
Zhou, J., & Zhao, R. (2018). Dual-channel signaling strategy with channel competition. Systems Engineering-Theory & Practice, 38(2):414-428.
Li, Q. , & Zhou, J. (2018). A horizontal capacity reservation game under asymmetric information. International Journal of Production Research, 1-16.
Zhou, J., Xu, X., & Shen, B. (2018). Selling luxury fashion to conspicuous consumers in the presence of discount sensitivity behavior. International Transactions in Operational Research, 1763–1784.
Conference Papers and Presentations
Zhou, J., Jin, C., Zhao, X., & Gargeya, V. (2018). Quick response strategy of supply chains under horizontal competition, presented at the 2018 POMS Annual Conference.
Su, J., Zhou, J., & Watchravesringkan, K. (2017). Young consumers’ sustainability knowledge and concerns about sustainable clothing: A perspective from Chinese post-90s’ college students, presented at the International Textile & Apparel Association 2017 Annual Conference.
Zhou, J., & Ling, S. (2010). Strategy for supply chain coordination based on fashion life cycle, presented at 2010 International Conference on Management and Service Science.
Zhou, J., Wang, Z., & Huang, Q. (2010). The retailer’s ordering strategy under buy-back rate risk fluctuating, presented at 2010 International Conference on Logistics Systems and Intelligent Management.
Zhou, J. (2009). Study on third party logistics design model of SCR, presented at International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing.
Chapters, Academic Books, and Textbooks
Zhou, J. (2008). Modern Textile Enterprise Management. Beijing: China Textile Publishing House.
Teaching and Research Projects
2018-2022 Research on end market strategy for fast fashion supply chain in the presence of WOM under “Internet Plus”, National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC)(no. 71872036), Principal.
2018-2023 Research on the theory of operation management and resource allocation in the environment of sharing economy-- Research on coordinated operation and resource allocation of supply chain, National Natural Science Foundation of China(no. 71832001), Principal.
2018-2021 Research on fast fashion supply chain based on WOM under “Internet Plus”, The Department of Humanities and Social Sciences of the Ministry of Education(no. 18YJA630153), Principal.
2017-2020 Research on operation mechanism of fast fashion supply chain based on WOM under “Internet Plus”, The Shanghai Social Science Foundation(no. 2017BGL018), Principal.
2014-2016 “Inspirational plan” (C) of Donghua University, The Fundamental Research Funds for The Central Universities, Principal.
2012-2015 Research on pricing and incentive mechanism under asymmetric information of cyclical fashion clothing supply chain, National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC)(no. 71202066), Principal.
2012-2014 Coordination research on clothing supply chain based on strategic customer behavior, The Department of Humanities and Social Sciences of the Ministry of Education(no. 12YJC630320), Principal.
2012-2015 The unsymmetrical information game and incentive mechanism of clothing supply chain oriented to fashion cycle, Shanghai Pujiang Talents Program(no. 12PJC021), Principal.
2012-2014 The fashion cycle of clothing supply chain is asymmetric information game and coordination research, The Ministry of Education Returned Personnel Research to Launch Fund, Principal.
2006-2007 Study on the supply chain and supply chain risk modeling and optimization control of textile and clothing industry, China Textile Industry Association Technology Guiding Project(no. 2006021), Principal.
Undergraduates: Operations Management, Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Graduates: Inventory Management, Game Theory, Literature Reading
Academic and Social Posts
Reviewer for journals Chinese Journal of Management Science, Industrial Engineering and Management, Information & Management, Transportation Research Part E, and et al.
Academic Association Memberships
Shanghai Pujiang Talent Association, Member SORSA, Member