Hangfei Guo

  • Management Science
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Contact Information

Office: DSB A211
Phone: 905-525-9140 ext. 26938

Hangfei joined the Ph.D. program in Management Science in September 2011 and passed her comprehensive exam with distinction in June 2013. Currently she is working on her research proposal that focuses on the applications of incentive mechanism design in problems arising in operations and supply chain management, specifically, those involving random yield and related areas.

Hangfei has published one paper in Naval Research Logistics and reviewed some papers for journals such as Decision Science and European Journal of Operational Research. She is a current member of the European Operations Management Association.

Supervisor: Mahmut Parlar

  • M.Phil., Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, Lingnan University (Hong Kong)
  • B.A., Business Administration, University of International Business and Economics (Beijing, China)
  • Member, European Operations Management Association

Hangfei was awarded the Robert C. Joyner Doctoral Student Publication Prize of DeGroote School of Business (2012) and the Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS), (2013-2014).


H. Guo, M. Leng and Y. Wang, “Interchange Fee Rate, Merchant Discount Rate and Retail Prices in a Credit Card Network: A Game-Theoretic Analysis”, Naval Research Logistics. 59 (7), pp. 525-551, October 2012.

Conference Presentations

“Incentive Mechanism Design in Retailer Private-label Business under Random Yield: A Principal-agent Model with Hidden Actions”, 21st EurOMA Conference, Palermo, Italy, June 2014.

“Interchange Fee Rate, Merchant Discount Rate and Retail Prices in a Credit Card Network: A Game-Theoretic Analysis”, The Second POMS-HK International Conference, Hong Kong, January 2011. Awarded the Second Prize in the Best Student Paper.

“Interchange Fee Rate, Merchant Discount Rate and Retail Pricing Decisions for a Credit Card Network: A Game-theoretic Approach”, INFORMS Annual Meeting 2010, Austin, Texas, USA, November 2011.

“Interchange Fee Decision for a Credit Card Network: Non-Cooperative vs. Cooperative Game Analysis”, The 3rd International Annual Conference of OCSAMSE, Beijing, China, July 2010.