Shawn’s Research

Shawn’s research projects include:
-A grant-funded project for the National Science Foundation (NSF) to study forced labor in the U.S. agricultural sector (2020 – 2023)
-A grant-funded project with WJC-NY to analyze cases of forced labor in supply chains (2020 – 2021)
-An econometric study of historic supply chain vulnerabilities (2019)
-A quantitative, game-theoretic analysis of preventing or curing forced labour in corporate supply chains (2019)
-A methodological framework for understanding vulnerability in hidden supply chains (Published by the British Library in 2019 Ph.D. Thesis)
-A qualitative analysis of research gaps in the humanitarian logistics (published in the Journal of Applied Business and Economics, 2016)

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Shawn’s Teaching

Shawn is passionate about sharing business knowledge. He has helped teach courses at five global universities, including Northeastern University, Duke University, and the University of Chicago. He has experience with teaching Undergraduate, Master’s, Executive MBA, and Doctoral students. Additionally, he supervises student research projects, is involved with undergraduate mentoring, and building digital learning platforms for online Supply Chain Management programs.

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