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Zhi (Vicky) Tao

Assistant Professor of Logistics

Management, Marketing, Logistics, and Business Analytics
Zhi (Vicky) Tao

Biography

Dr. Tao's primary research interest includes lead time reduction and sustainability in supply chain management and business analytics models applied to healthcare and other fields. Before joining UAA, Dr. Tao has taught classes in areas of operations management and business analytics at undergraduate and graduate levels (MBA, weekend MBA) at Purdue University, University of North Texas and other institutions.

Research

  • “Predictors of Excess Return in a Green Energy Equity Portfolio: Market Risk, Market Return, Value-at-Risk and or Expected Shortfall?”, Journal of Risk and Financial Management (2022)
    Journal Article
  • “Empirical Study of Hospital Charges for Psychosis in US”, Journal of Academy of Business and Economics (2021)
    Journal Article
  • “Funding Health in Developing Countries: Foreign Aid, FDI, or Personal Remittance?”, International Journal of Social Economics (2021)
    Journal Article
  • “Multiple Linear Programming Objectives Model Applied to Sustainability”, Journal of Academy of Business and Economics (2021)
    Journal Article
  • “The Influence of Exchange Rate Regimes on Economic Growth: A Multicounty Examination”, Journal of International Finance and Economics (2021)
    Journal Article
  • “A Distribution Free Model for Lead Time Reduction Effect in Supply Chain Management”, Journal of Academy of Business and Economics (2020)
    Journal Article

Education & Affiliations

Education

Kent State University, PhD in Operations Management
University of Delaware, MA in Accounting
East China University of Science and Technology, BS in International Business