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Youqin Pan

Professional Details

Title: Assistant Professor
Office: CC-230
Phone: 978-542-2381
Email: youqin.pan@salemstate.edu
Website: http://www.salemstate.edu/~ypan

Spring Courses

Cat. # Term Course # Title
1577 03 ODS262 Quantitative Analysis
1578 04 ODS262 Quantitative Analysis
1580 06 ODS262 Quantitative Analysis
1589 01 ODS370 Data Mining
2876 S2 ODS262 Quantitative Analysis

Professional Biography

Ph.D. in Management Science, University of North Texas, Denton, TX

            Major: Management Science. Minor: Geographic Information System

 Master of Science, University of North Texas, Denton, TX 

            Major: Information Technology.

 Master of Science, University of North Texas, Denton, TX 

            Major: Economics Research.

 Master of Art, Nankai University, Tianjin, P.R. China

            Major: Political Economics.

 Bachelor of Art, Fudan University, Shanghai, P.R. China

            Major: Management.

Selected Presentations

Ogara, S., & Pan, Y. "An Experimental Study: Investigating the Effect of Animations on Users' Information Recall," Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute, San Diego, November 2010.

Pan, Y., Pavur, R., & Tieslau, M. " Forecasting Aggregate US Retail Sales during Recessions: A Hybrid Method Based on EMD," INFORMS Annual Meeting, Austin, November, 2010.

Pan, Y., & Pavur, R. "Impact of Forecasting Method Selection and Information Sharing on Supply Chain Performance," INFORMS Annual Meeting, San Diego, October 2009.

Pan, Y., & Pavur, R. "Impact of Forecasting Method Selection on Supply Chain Performance," CORS/ INFORMS International Meeting, Toronto, June 2009.

Pan, Y. "Determinants of Educational Website Quality and its Relationship with Student Satisfaction," Decision Sciences Institute, Baltimore, November 2008.

Pan, Y. "Factors that Impact Internet Customer Choice of Primary Online Retailer," Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute, pp. 4301-4303, Phoenix, November 2007.

Pan, Y. "Location Competition Among Chains of Supercenters: Wal-Mart, Target and Kmart in DFW area," Decision Sciences Institute, Phoenix, November 2007.