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Mengyuan Xiang

Assistant Professor

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Dr Mengyuan Xiang is an Assistant Professor at the School of Intelligent Finance and Business, Entrepreneur College, Xi’an-Jiaotong Liverpool University. She obtained her PhD in Management Science from the University of Edinburgh. Prior to joining XJTLU, she worked as a Lecturer in Business Analytics at the University of Edinburgh. Mengyuan’s research focuses on inventory control and sustainable supply chain, including stochastic demand, correlated demand, joint replenishment problems, stochastic lead time, etc. Her papers published in high-quality journals such as the European Journal of Operational Research.I am looking for new PhD students in supply chain management with a special focus on stochastic inventory management. If you are interested, please email your research proposal to

Research interests

Stochastic Inventory Management

Sustainable Supply Chain

Perishable Inventory Management

Supply Chain Finance


Assistant Professor, School of Intelligent Finance and Business, XJTLU, 2021 - Present

Lecturer in Business Analytics, Business School, University of Edinburgh, 2019 - 2021


Final Year Project (Undergraduate)

Demand Forecasting and Management (Undergraduate)

Data Mining Applications (Undergraduate)

Quantitative Methods and Tools (MBA EMBA)

Web and Social Network Analytics (MSc)

Decision Analytics (Undergraduate)

Business Analytics and Information Systems (Undergraduate)

Analytical Tools In Management Science (Undergraduate)

MSc Dissertation Supervision

Education/Academic qualification

PhD in Management Science, University of Edinburgh

MSc in Operational Research with Computational Optimization, University of Edinburgh

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