Kejia Hu

Kejia Hu

Assistant Professor of Operations Management

Subject Areas

Operations Management & Quantitative Methods



An empiricist in operations management and a passionate researcher, Kejia focuses her research around service management, sustainability management, and supply chain management.

Awards & Accomplishments

Kejia’s case study on Jointown Pharmaceutical Group was named one of the Top 100 MBA Case Studies in China. In addition to earning graduate school fellowships to Kellogg School of Management and University of California, Davis, she was awarded the Junzheng Scholarship and Wangdao Scholar Fellowship during her time at Fudan University, given to students in the top 0.3% and 2% of her undergraduate class, respectively.


Kejia has served as a Session Chair of Environmental Operations Management and Green Manfuacturing for the POMS and INFORMS Conferences, respectively.


Kejia teaches Operations Management and Service Management.

Research Interests

With emphases on statistical theory development and operations management, Kejia’s research focuses on a variety of industries, including technology, automotive, and services


Ph.D., Operations Management, Northwestern University

M.A., Economics, Northwestern University

MS., Statistics, University of California, Davis

B.S., Statistics, School of Management, Fudan University