Jian-yu (Fisher) Ke
University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business, College Park, MD, USA
Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, USA
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.), Cambridge, MA, USA
National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan
National Cheng-chi University, Taipei, Taiwan
Ke, J.Y., Dresner, M., Yao, Y., “An Empirical Analysis
of the Impact of Fuel Costs on the
Su, S.I., Ke, J.Y., Lim, P. 2011, “The Development of Transportation and Logistics in Asia: An Overview”, Transportation Journal, Vol.50, No.1 (50th anniversary issue), p. 124-136.
Chiang, M.H., Ke, J.Y. 1999, “A Strategic Model of Customer Service for International Express Delivery Service in Taiwan”, Journal of Management & Systems, Vol.6, No.3, p. 255 – 280.
TRF (Transportation Research Forum) 2011, Long Beach, CA, March 10-12, 2011, An Empirical Analysis of the Impact of Fuel Costs on the Level and Distribution of Manufacturing Inventory in the U.S. (with Yuliang Yao and Martin Dresner).
TRF 2011, Long Beach, CA, March 10-12, 2011, An Empirical Analysis of the Asymmetric Impact of Liberalization between the U.S. and China (with Robert Windle).
POMS (Production and Operations Management Society) 2010, Vancouver, Canada, May 7-10, 2010, An Empirical Analysis of the Impact of Fuel Costs on the Level and Distribution of Inventory in the U.S. (with Yuliang Yao and Martin Dresner).
German Aviation Research Society Workshop, March 9-10, 2010, Liberalizing the Aviation Market Between the U.S. and China: Why U.S. Carriers Can Grab the Market (with Robert Windle).
International Conference on Greater China Supply Chain and Logistics (GCSCL), Taiwan, November 29-30, 2008, A Study of Cross-Strait Low-rate Express Market (with Shong-Iee Ivan Su, Sheng-Huei Chou).
Ke, J.Y., Windle, R., An Empirical Analysis of the Asymmetric Impact of Liberalization between the U.S. and China (targeting Journal of Air Transport Management)
Topic: The effects of air transport on global supply chain management
Essay 1: A Study on the impact of open skies agreements
Essay 2: A Study on the determinants of the use of air transport in international supply chains
Essay 3: A Study on the effects of air transport usage in trade on manufacturing inventory performance
Advisory Committee: Dr. Robert J. Windle (chair), Dr. Martin Dresner, Dr. Curt M. Grimm, Dr. Thomas Corsi, and Dr. Gan-Len Chang.
AWARDS AND HONORS
Taiwan Government Scholarship in Logistics Management, 2004
DHL Supply Chain Management Thesis Award, 2003 - 2006
ING Antai Master Degree Thesis Awards, 1998
Lecturer: One semester of full time international academic teaching experience and several years of internal lecturer in an international express company. Courses include:
Teaching Assistant: Worked as a TA for the following classes:
PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE
2002 2007, Research & Planning Manager, DHL, Taipei, Taiwan
2000 2002, Sector Management Specialist, DHL, Taipei, Taiwan