Salisbury University Perdue Hall Perdue School of Business

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Eugene D. Hahn - Biographical Sketch

Dr. Gene Hahn is a Full Professor in the Department of Information and Decision Sciences at Salisbury University. His research interests include management decision making, Bayesian inference, and international operations including offshoring and global supply chain management. He recently authored the book "Bayesian Methods for Management and Business: Pragmatic Solutions for Real Problems". He is also a Certified Analytics Professional (INFORMS) -- contact him about your business analytics project needs. Dr. Hahn has also created Salisbury University's first Innovation Lab where students can develop their own products using 3D printing.

Courses - Spring, 2017

  • INFO 326-001 - Operations Management, PH 362
  • INFO 326-002 - Operations Management, PH 362
  • INFO 333-001 - 3D Printing/Digitally Enabled Product Development, PH 353. (New course only at SU! - teaching business/INFO students new product development using 3D printing and the Arduino microcontroller)
  • Courses - Fall, 2017

  • INFO 326-005 - Operations Management, PH 362
  • INFO 326-006 - Operations Management, PH 362
  • INFO 333-001 - 3D Printing/Digitally-Enabled Product Development, PH 353.
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    Selected Publications

  • Hahn, E.D. & Ang, S.H. (2017). From the editors: New directions in the reporting of statistical results in the Journal of World Business. Journal of World Business, 52(2), 125-126. Pre-print.
  • Khazeh, K., Arvi, L. & Hahn, E.D. (2016). Emerging markets and value-at-risk: The case of multinational enterprises. Global Economy and Finance Journal, 9(1), 56-66.
  • Hahn, E.D. & Lopez Martin, M.d.M. (2015). Robust project management with the tilted beta distribution. SORT-Statistics and Operations Research Transactions, 39(2), 253-272.
  • Hahn, E.D. (2014). Bayesian Methods for Management and Business: Pragmatic Solutions for Real Problems. Wiley, Hoboken, NJ.
  • Bunyaratavej, K. & Hahn, E.D. (2012). Offshoring of services from developing countries: The new wave of emerging offshorers. International Journal of Service Science, Management, Engineering, and Technology, 3(2), 1-12.
  • Parente, R.C., Baack, D.W., & Hahn, E.D. (2011). The effect of supplier integration, modular production, and cultural distance on new product development: A dynamic capabilities approach. Journal of International Management, 17(4), 278-290.
  • Hahn, E.D. & Bunyaratavej, K. (2011). Offshoring of information-based services: Structural breaks in industry life cycles. Service Science, 3(3), 239-255. Pre-print.
  • Bunyaratavej, K., Doh, J.P., Hahn, E.D., Lewin, A. Y. & Massini, S. (2011). Conceptual issues in services offshoring research: A multidisciplinary review. Group & Organization Management, 36(1), 70-102.
  • Hahn, E.D., Bunyaratavej, K. & Doh, J.P. (2011). Impacts of risk and service type on nearshore and offshore investment location decisions: An empirical approach. Management International Review, 51(3), 357-380.
  • Hahn, E.D. & Bunyaratavej, K. (2010). Services cultural alignment in offshoring: The impact of cultural dimensions on offshoring location choices. Journal of Operations Management, 28(3), 186-193. Abstract.
  • Hahn, E.D. (2010). Judgmental consistency and consensus in stochastic multicriteria decision making. Expert Systems with Applications, 37(5), 3784-3791.
  • Doh, J.P., Bunyaratavej, K., & Hahn, E.D. (2009). Separable but not equal: The location determinants of discrete services offshoring activities. Journal of International Business Studies, 40(6), 926-943.
  • Hahn, E.D., Doh, J.P., & Bunyaratavej, K. (2009). The evolution of risk in IS offshoring: The impact of home country risk, firm learning and competitive dynamics. MIS Quarterly, 33(3), 597-616. Abstract.
  • Doh, J.P. & Hahn, E.D. (2008). Using spatial methods in strategy research. Organizational Research Methods, 11(4), 659-681.
  • Bunyaratavej, K., Hahn, E.D. & Doh, J.P. (2008). Multinational investment and host country development: Location efficiencies for services offshoring. Journal of World Business, 43(2), 227-242. Abstract.
  • Hahn, E.D. & Knott, C.L. (2008). Assessing quality improvement initiatives when expert judgements are uncertain. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 59(2), 252-258. Pre-print.
  • Hahn, E.D. (2008). Mixture densities for project management activity times: A robust approach to PERT. European Journal of Operational Research, 188(2), 450-459. Pre-print.
  • Bunyaratavej, K., Hahn, E.D. & Doh, J.P. (2007). International offshoring of services: A parity study, Journal of International Management, 13(1), 7-21. Abstract.
  • Hahn, E.D. & Doh, J.P. (2006). Using Bayesian methods in strategy research: An extension of Hansen et al. Strategic Management Journal, 27(8), 783-798. Abstract. Pre-print.
  • Hahn, E.D. (2006). Re-examining informative prior elicitation through the lens of Markov Chain Monte Carlo, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, 169(1), 37-48. Pre-print.
  • Hahn, E.D. (2006). Link function selection in stochastic multicriteria decision making models, European Journal of Operational Research, 172(1), 86-100. Pre-print.
  • Bunyaratavej, K. & Hahn, E.D. (2005). An integrative approach to measuring economic convergence: The case of the European Union, Global Economy Journal, 5(2), 8. Abstract.
  • Phillips-Wren, G.E., Hahn, E.D. & Forgionne, G.A. (2004). A multiple-criteria framework for evaluation of decision support systems, Omega, 32(4), 323-332.
  • Hahn, E.D. (2003). Decision making with uncertain judgments: A stochastic formulation of the Analytic Hierarchy Process, Decision Sciences, 34(3), 443-466.
  • Bunyaratavej, K. & Hahn, E.D. (2003). Convergence and its implications for a common currency in ASEAN, ASEAN Economic Bulletin, 20(1), 49-59.
  • Josephs, R.A. & Hahn, E.D. (1995). Bias and accuracy in estimates of task duration. Organizational Behavior & Human Decision Processes, 61, 202-213.

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    Department of Information and Decision Sciences
    Perdue School of Business
    Salisbury University
    Salisbury, MD 21801
    Phone: (410) 548-3315
    Fax: (410) 546-6208
    Physical Address: Perdue Hall 335

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