Dr Yiyi FanLecturer in Operations Management and Information Systems
Personal Webpage: https://yiyi-fan.com
Yiyi is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Operations Management and Information Systems. Her research interests include supply chain risk management, buyer-supplier relationships, and operations-finance interface. Her research seeks to better understand how organisations can deal with inevitable supply chain risks and ultimately build resilience into their supply chains. Her work has been published in the International Journal of Operations & Production Management, Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, and International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management. She has been awarded the Kingsman Prize for the Best Doctoral Researcher in Management Science (LUMS, 2019), and the Chris Voss Highly Commended Paper Award (EurOMA, 2019).
MSCI382: Innovative Developments in Operations Management
MSCI206: IT in Organisations: Introduction to ERPs
BSc; MSc; PhD
PhD Supervision Interests
I am interested in supervising PhD research projects in Supply Chain Risk/Resilience and Buyer-Supplier Relationships.
Non-linear effects of relational capital on supply-side resilience: The moderating role of boundary spanners’ personal ties
Fan, Y., Stevenson, M. 6/12/2019 In: International Journal of Operations and Production Management. 39, 9/10, p. 1053-1075. 23 p.
Supplier Initiating Risk Management Behaviour and Supply-Side Resilience: The Effects of Interpersonal Relationships and Dependence Asymmetry in Buyer-Supplier Relationships
Fan, Y., Stevenson, M., Li, F. 22/04/2020 In: International Journal of Operations and Production Management.
Reading On and Between the Lines: Risk Identification in Collaborative and Adversarial Buyer-Supplier Relationships
Fan, Y., Stevenson, M. 11/06/2018 In: Supply Chain Management: An International Journal. 23, 4, p. 351-376. 26 p.
- Centre for Productivity & Efficiency
- Centre for Technological Futures
- Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in the UK
- Supply Chain Management