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Li, Jian
Jian
Li
Ph. D.
Department Chair
Management and Marketing
College of Business and Management
Phone
773-442-6129
Expertise
Supply Chain Management, Production and Operations Management, Quantitative Methods.
Courses Taught
MNGT 368 Business Statistics
MNGT 377 Production/Operations Management
MNGT 379 Introduction to Operations Research and Management Science
MNGT 402 Applied Business Research
MNGT 404 Production and Operations Management
Research Interests
• Supply Chain Risk Management: Order Splitting across Time, Flexible Ordering, Emergency Responses to Uncertain Supply, Logistics Management, Supply Contract Design • Supply Diversification: Outsourcing, Supplier Selection • Inventory Management • On the Interfaces between OM and Marketing: Dynamic Pricing • On the Interfaces between OM and Finance: Options and Forward Contract
Education

• Ph.D., Operations Management, Purdue University, USA

• Graduate Certificate, Applied Statistics, Purdue University, USA

• M.S., Operations Research and Control Theories, Tsinghua University, P.R. China

• B.S., Applied Mathematics, Tsinghua University, P.R. China

Selected Publications

• A Periodic Review Inventory Model with Two Delivery Modes, Fractional Lead-Times, and Age-and-Period-Dependent Backlogging Costs (2016, with S. Chand and Y. Xu). International Journal of Production Economics. 173, 199-206.

• Optimality of (s, S)-policies in a dynamic pricing model with replenishment opportunities: a sample path approach (2013, with X. Xu). Operations Research Letters. 41(6), 719-725.

• Day-Definite Full Container Load Service for Time-Sensitive Shippers: On the Perspective of Total Distribution Cost (2013, with P. Kouvelis). Int. J. of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management. 6(3), 1-39.

• Outsourcing, Yield Uncertainty and Contingency Responses (2013, with P. Kouvelis). Production and Operations Management. 22(1), 164-177.

• Contingency Strategies in Managing Supply Systems with Uncertain Lead Times (2012, with P. Kouvelis). Production and Operations Management. 21(1), 161-176.

• Managing the New Uncertainty: Can a new, day-definite ocean transport product deliver benefits for shippers in a changing and challenging market (2009, with P. Kouvelis)? Research Report/Whitepaper, Washington University in St. Louis.

• Managing Inventory over a Short Season: Models with Two Procurement Opportunities (2009, with S. Chand, M. Dada and S. Mehta). Manufacturing & Service Operations Management. 11(1), 174-184.

• Flexible Backup Supply and the Management of Lead-Time Uncertainty (2008, with P. Kouvelis). Production and Operations Management, 18(2), 184-199.

CBM 179
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
773-442-6129
Office Hours
Fall 2017 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM on Mondays and Wednesdays; 1:30-2:30 PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays; Or by appointment.
Main Campus
Rasoul Afifi
Rasoul
Afifi
Full-Time
Management and Marketing
College of Business and Management
Phone
773-442-6130
Courses Taught
MNGT 368 Business Statistics
MNGT 377 Production/Operations Management
MNGT 379 Introduction to Operations Research and Management Science
Research Interests
Marketing and Management
Education

• Ph.D.   UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS,  Denton, Texas,  Higher Education Administration, Minor in Industrial Management,  1984

• M.B.A.   UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS ,  Denton, Texas,  Industrial Management. Concentration in Production Operations Management,  1980

• B.B.A.   TEHRAN UNIVERSITY,  Tehran, Iran,  Concentration in Business Administration/Accounting,  1974

CBM 106
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
773-442-6130
Office Hours
Posted on Office Door
Main Campus
Sundaram Dorai
Sundaram
Dorai
Full-Time, Marketing and Management Professor
Management and Marketing
College of Business and Management
Phone
(773) 442-6135
Courses Taught
COBM 385 Advanced Topics in Business, Topic Varies
COBM 403 Topics in Management and Marketing
MKTG 350 Principles of Marketing
MKTG 351 Consumer Behavior
MKTG 353 Marketing Research
MKTG 354 Personal Selling
MKTG 357 Sales Management
MKTG 358 International Marketing
MKTG 382 Internship in Marketing
MKTG 400 Fundamentals of Marketing
MKTG 402 Marketing Management
MKTG 451 Consumer Behavior and Marketing Action
MKTG 453 Marketing Research
MKTG 456 Channel Distribution and Retailing
MKTG 458 Global Marketing
MNGT 386 Independent Study in Management
Research Interests
Marketing and Management
Education

• D.B.A.   Mississippi State University,  Starkville, MS,  1996

• M.B.A.   Bharathidasan Institute of Management,  Trichy, India,  1990

• B.Tech   Anna University,  Madras, India,  Chemical Engineering,  1985

CBM 106
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 442-6135
Office Hours
Posted on Office Door
Main Campus
Charles Funk
Charles
A.
Funk
Management and Marketing
College of Business and Management
Phone
(773) 442-6145
Expertise
Management, Strategy
Courses Taught
MNGT 393 Strategic Management
MNGT 502 Business Policy and Strategy
MNGT 370 WIP: Managing Global Business Organizations
MNGT 372 Organization Theory and Design
MNGT 481 International Management
Research Interests
Country-of-origin effects in global integration strategies; international alliance formation, evolution and management, particularly focusing on the minimization of transaction costs via the use of more relational forms of management; efficient organizational growth and contraction; and the relationships among firm strategy, dynamic capabilities and absorptive capacity.
Education

• Ph.D. Strategic Management, Washington State University

• M.M. Management & Strategy, Organizational Behavior, Public/Non-Profit Management, Northwestern University

• B.B.A. Accounting, University of Notre Dame

Selected Publications

• Funk, C. A. & Kulik, B. W. 2012. Happily ever after: Toward a theory of late-stage group performance. Group and Organization Management, 37(1): 36-66.

• Funk, C. A., Arthurs, J., Trevino, L. & Joireman, J. 2010. Consumer animosity in the global value chain: The effect of international production shifts on willingness to purchase. Journal of International Business Studies, 41: 639-651.

• Trevino, L. J., Mixon Jr., F. G., Funk, C. A. & Inkpen, A. C. 2010. A perspective on the state of the field: International business publications in the elite journals as a measure of institutional and faculty productivity. International Business Review, 19(4): 378-387.

Background

Dr. Charles Funk is an Assistant Professor of Management at the College of Business and Management, Northeastern Illinois University. He earned a B.B.A. in Accounting from the University of Notre Dame, a Master of Management degree from Northwestern University (Kellogg) and a Ph.D. in Strategic Management from Washington State University. 

Dr. Funk currently teaches both the undergraduate and graduate strategy capstone courses at NEIU as well as undergraduate courses in management and organization theory. His prior teaching experience includes strategy, management and marketing principles, organizational behavior, human resource management, small business management and business introduction courses. 

Dr. Funk’s research interests include country of origin effects in global integration strategies, international alliance formation, evolution and management, and efficient organizational growth and contraction. His research has been presented at Academy of Management annual conferences and has been published in the Journal of International Business Studies, Group and Organization Management and International Business Review. His work has been acknowledged with a recognition award from the College of Business and Management as well as a University research grant. Professor Funk also serves on the editorial board of the Journal of International Business Studies and is an ad hoc reviewer for the Journal of World Business and International Marketing Review

Finally, Dr. Funk’s background includes over 22 years of Chicago-area business experience in both financial and operating positions, including finance vice-president of a start-up telecommunications company, product development financial manager of a $1 billion wireless communications company, controller of a $30 million food company, and financial coordinator of a $1 billion chemicals business unit.

CBM 122
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 442-6145
Office Hours
Vary depending on class schedule.
Main Campus
James Haefner
James
E.
Haefner
Dr.
Instructor of Marketing
Management and Marketing
College of Business and Management
Phone
773-442-6073
Expertise
Global Branding, Marketing and Advertising Research, Strategic Planning, Quantitative Methods
Courses Taught
MKTG 350 Principles of Marketing
MKTG 351 Consumer Behavior
MKTG 352 Advertising
MKTG 355 Digital Marketing
MKTG 357 Sales Management
MKTG 359 Marketing Management
MKTG 453 Marketing Research
Research Interests
Global Brands, Global Consumer Behavior
Education

BSC DePaul University

MBA and Ph.D. University of Minnesota Minneapolis St Paul

Selected Publications

•James Haefner and Al Rosenbloom, “Emerging Market Consumers: Latvian and Georgian Perceptions of Global Brands,” Academy of Marketing Science 17th Biennial World Marketing Congress, Lima, Peru, August 5-8, 2014

•Al Rosenbloom, James Haefner, and Olutayo Otubanjo, “Nigerian Consumers and their Purchase Intentions for Global Brands,” Association of Marketing Theory and Practice, Charleston, SC, March 2013

•Al Rosenbloom and James Haefner, “Consumer Brand Preferences in Asia: Insights from China and South Korea,” Academy of Business Research, Biloxi MS, November 2012

•Al Rosenbloom, James Haefner, and, Joong-won Lee, “Global Brands in the Context of China: Insights into Chinese Decision Making,” International Journal of China Marketing, Vol. (3) 1, Fall 2012

•James Haefner, Al Rosenbloom, and Margaret Haefner, “Global Brand Purchase Intentions and the Emerging South African Consumers,” Academy of Marketing Science, Atlanta, GA, August 28, 2012 (also chair of the BRICS program component)

•Amy Yarbrough Landry,  Michael Stowe , and James Haefner, “Perceptions of Healthcare Leaders: The Role of Competency Development in Career Advancement,” Health Services Management Research, 2012; 25: 78–86

•Al Rosenbloom and James Haefner, "Understanding South African Consumers Global Brand Purchase Intentions," Association of Marketing Theory and Practice Conference ,Myrtle Beach, March 2012

•James Haefner, Robert Behling, and Michael Stowe, “Clinicians’ Perceptions of Major Pharmaceutical Firms,” Academy of Health Care Management Journal, January 2012

•Al Rosenbloom, and James Haefner, “Understanding Chinese Consumer Purchase Intentions Towards Global Brands, Economics and Management Solutions in the 21st Century --Solutions for Sustainability and Growth.” International Jubilee Scientific Conference. Svishtov, Bulgaria: Tsenov Academic Publishing House, 2011.

•Frank Wyrostek & James Haefner, “Evaluating Visual/Verbal Online Finance Students, ”Journal of Advances in Business Research, Winter, 2011

•Al Rosenbloom, James Haefner, Joong-won Lee, “Global Brands in China: Expanding Our Insights Into Chinese Consumers,” Academy of Business Research Conference, Atlantic City, NJ, September, 2011, AACSB Business School Jobs Best Papers in Marketing

CBM 102
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
773-442-6073
Office Hours
Mondays 3:15pm - 5:15 pm and Wednesdays 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Main Campus
Sung Doo Kim
Sung Doo
Kim
Full-Time, Marketing and Management Professor
Management and Marketing
College of Business and Management
Phone
773-442-6137
Courses Taught
MNGT 370 Principles of Management
MNGT 371 Organizational Behavior
MNGT 373 Human Resource Management
MNGT 474 Human Resources Policy and Decision Making
Research Interests
His research focuses on the work-non work interface and the impact of technology use on employee well-being (e.g., cyberloafing, work-home boundary, work breaks).
Education

• Ph.D.   Linder College of Business, University of Cincinnati,  Cincinnati, OH,  Management

• M.A.   Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina,  Columbia, SC,  Human Resources

• B.A.   College of Business, Seoul National University,  Seoul, Korea,  Business Administation

Selected Publications

Kim, S.D. (2018).  Managing Millennials' Personal Use of Technology at Work.  Business Horizons.

Kim, S.D. & Christensen. A.L. (2017).  The Dark and Bright Sides of Personal Use of Technology at Work: A Job Demands-Resources Model.  Human Resource Development Review.

Kim, S.D. & Hollensbe, E.C. (2017).  Work Interrupted: A Closer Look at Work Boundary Permeability.  Management Research Review.

Kim, S.D. & Hollensbe, E.C. (2017).  When Work Comes Home: Technology-Related Pressure and Home Support.  Human Resource Development International.

Kim, S.D., Hollensbe, E.C., Schwoerer, C.S., & Halbesleben, J. (2015). Dynamics of a Wellness Program: A Conservation of Resources Perspective.  Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 20(1), 62-71.

Kim, S.D.,  Bologna, D., Furst-Holloway, S., Hollensbe, E.C., Masterson, S.S., & Sprinkle, T. (2014).  Taking a Break via Technology? Triggers, Nature and Effects of "Online" Work Breaks, Academy of Management Annual Meetings Best Papers Proceedings.

 

 

CBM 124
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
773-442-6137
Office Hours
Posted on Office Door
Main Campus
Pillai, Deepa
Deepa
Pillai
Management and Marketing
College of Business and Management
Phone
773-442-6124
Courses Taught
MKTG 350 Principles of Marketing
MKTG 352 Advertising
MKTG 351 Consumer Behavior
Research Interests
Product Placement, Price Discounting
Education

Ph.D., Southern Illinois University, Carbondale

Selected Publications

• Coker, Kesha, Deepa Pillai, and Siva K Balasubramanian (2010), “Delay-Discounting Rewards from Consumer Sales Promotions” Journal of Product & Brand Management, 19(7), 487-495.

• Unni, Ramaprasad, Douglas Tseng, and Deepa Pillai (2010), "Context specificity in use of price information sources," Journal of Consumer Marketing, 27 (3), 243-250.

• Pillai, Deepa, Siva K. Balasubramanian, and Shabnam H.A. Zanjani (2014), “The Effect of Individual Level Variables on the Effectiveness of Brand Placements,” Innovative Marketing, 10(4).

• Balasubramanian, Siva K., Hemant Patwardhan, Deepa Pillai, and Kesha K. Coker (2014), "Modeling Attitude Constructs in Movie Product Placements," Journal of Product & Brand Management, 23 (7), 516-31.

• Sabour, Nadia I., Deepa Pillai, Giacomo Gistri, and Siva K. Balasubramanian (2015), "Attitudes and related perceptions about product placement: a comparison of Finland, Italy and the United States," International Journal of Advertising, 1-26.

• Zanjani, Shabnam, Kwong Chan and Deepa Pillai  (2016), “Internationalization factors and years of firms export performance: Does it matter when a born global was born?” Journal of International Marketing and Exporting 20(1).

• Balasubramanian, Siva  K., Deepa Pillai, Hemant Patwardhan and Tianyu Zhao, “Product Placement.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Communication. Ed. Patricia Moy. New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

Background

Deepa Pillai has a Ph.D. in Marketing from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. She has a bachelor's degree in Engineering and an MBA in Marketing, and worked for several years in the advertising industry in India. Dr. Pillai is the recipient of a university level doctoral fellowship, a doctoral dissertation research award, and the Sekaran award for the outstanding female doctoral student in the School of Business at SIUC. She was a doctoral fellow at the SMA 2008, INFORMS 2009, and AMA 2010 doctoral consortia. 

Dr. Pillai's research interests include marketing communication (specifically, brand/product placement) and pricing (specifically, price discounting). Her research has been presented at the AMA, SMA, INFORMS Marketing Science, MMA, and AMS conferences. Her published research appears in the Journal of Consumer Marketing and the Journal of Product and Brand Management.

CBM 108
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
773-442-6124
Office Hours
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 5:00-7:00 pm, 8:20-8:50 pm
Main Campus
Suresh Singh
Suresh
Singh
Management and Marketing
College of Business and Management
Phone
773-442-5046
Courses Taught
MNGT 370 Managing Global Business Organizations
MNGT 381 International Business and Management
MNGT 393 Strategic Management
MNGT 481 International Management
MNGT 502 Business Policy
Research Interests
Strategy, International Business
Education

• Ph.D.   Fisher College of Business, Ohio State University,  Columbus, OH,  Business Administration, International Business (Statistics minor),  2011

• M.B.A.   International Business, School of Management, Asian Institute of Technology,  Thailand,  2005

• Other   Indian Institute of Technology,  Kanpur, India,  1998

 

CBM 127
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
773-442-5046
Office Hours
By Appointment
Main Campus
Qiumei (Jane) Xu
Qiumei (Jane)
Xu
Management and Marketing
College of Business and Management
Phone
773-442-6172
Courses Taught
MNGT 370 WIP:Managing Global Business Organizations
MNGT 372 Organization Theory and Design
MNGT 373 Human Resource Management
MNGT 474 Human Resource Management
Research Interests
Employee Development, International Management, Strategic Human Resource Management, Organizational Citizenship Behavior, Organizational Demography, Culture, Team
Education

• Ph.D. in Management, University of California, Irvine, 2007

• M.A. in Business Administration, Peking University, 2001

• B.A. in Accounting Peking University, 1999

CBM 126
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
773-442-6172
Office Hours
Mondays and Wednesdays: 9:30-10:00 am, 11:00am-12:00 noon. Tuesdays: 2:00-3:00 pm. Other hours by appointment.
Main Campus
Shubin Xu
Shubin
Xu
Management and Marketing
College of Business and Management
Phone
(773) 442-6131
Courses Taught
MNGT 368 Business Statistics
MNGT 377 Production/Operations Management
MNGT 379 Business Analytics
MNGT 402 Applied Business Research
Research Interests
Supply Chain Management, Operations and Marketing Interface, Optimization, Scheduling Theory and Applications
Education

• Ph.D., Operations Management, University of Oregon, 2012.

• M.S., Industrial Engineering and Management with Distinction, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, 2003.

• B.S., Engineering,  Xi’an Jiao Tong University, China, 1994.

CBM 103
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 442-6131
Office Hours
Fall 2018: Mondays and Wednesdays, 1-3:30 p.m.
Main Campus
Dilek Yunlu
Dilek
Yunlu
Management and Marketing
College of Business and Management
Phone
773-442-6072
Expertise
Creativity, entrepreneurship, innovation and cross-cultural management
Courses Taught
MNGT 370 WIP: Managing Global Business Organizations
MNGT 371 Organizational Behavior
MNGT 380 Entrepreneurship
MNGT 381 International Business and Management
MNGT 393 Strategic Management
Research Interests
Creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship, expatriates, cross-cultural management
Education

P.h.D in Organizational Behavior and Strategic Management, University of Wisconsin -Milwaukee

Selected Publications

• Ren, H., Yunlu, D., Shaffer, M., & Fodchuk, K. (2015) “Expatriate Success and Thriving: The Influence of Job Deprivation and Emotional Stability.” Journal of World Business.

• Yunlu, D. & Clapp-Smith, R. (2014) “Enhancing Metacognition: The Role of Cultural Psychological Capital and Motivational Cultural Intelligence.” Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal.

• Yunlu, D., Murphy, D. D. (2012) “R&D intensity and economic recession: Investigating the moderating role of CEO characteristics.” Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies. 19, 282-291. 

CBM 101
5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
773-442-6072
Office Hours
By appointment
Main Campus