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Wenjie Tang is Assistant Professor of Quantitative Methods at IE Business School. Her research lies in two categories: individual decision making and supply chain management, both theoretically and experimentally. Her research appears in journals like Management Science and Decision Analysis.
She joined IE Business School since 2011, and teaches Quantitative Methods for International MBA and Master in International Management program. In the classroom, she believes in delivering the basics in depth and guiding the students over the rest of the discovery.

Academic Background

  • B.S., Physics, Fudan University, Shanghai, China
  • Ph.D., Decision Sciences, INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France

Latest publications

  • Dynamic Purchase Decisions Under Regret: Price and Availability

    Diecidue,E., Rudi,N., Tang,W. Decision Analysis,Vol 9 (1):22-30, 2012
  • Strategic Behavior in Supply Chains: Information Acquisition

    Girotra,K., Tang,W. Consumer-Driven Demand and Operations Management Models Vol 131: 459-477, 2009
  • Ultimatum Deadlines

    Tang,W., Bearden, Neil.J., Tsetlin, Ilia. Management Science,Vol 55(8):1423 - 1437, 2009