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Xiaojin (Jim) Liu

Xiaojin (Jim) Liu

Virginia Commonwealth University

Xiaojin (Jim) Liu is an assistant professor of Supply Chain Management and Analytics at the School of Business, Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). His research is focused on developing and evaluating innovative and responsible operations around management practices related to human capital and technology. His work is always motivated by real world challenges in global supply chains that require firms to align their operations with the needs of multiple stakeholders. To address research questions in these two streams, Dr. Liu conducts analysis through the application of empirical and computational methods involving statistics, econometrics, psychometrics, and data analytics. His work has been published in leading academic journals, including the Journal of Operations Management and Manufacturing & Service Operations Management.


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Why Do So Many Good Assembly Plants Close? Toward a New Plant Stakeholder and Total Lifecycle Management Strategy

by Jeff Shockley, Patrick Collignon, Xiaojin (Jim) Liu

A strategic approach for managing stakeholder interests is critical for global assembly plant site development and management.

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