Taiyu Li, Ph.D.


Dr. Taiyu Li earned his PhD in Business from the University of Liverpool while conducting his research at the International Business School Suzhou, XJTLU. He also holds an MSc in Mathematical Finance from Loughborough University and a BSc in Statistics from Shandong University. His research focuses on supply chain management, particularly in areas concerning resilience and operational efficiency. Dr. Li has contributed to multiple high-impact journals and serves as a reviewer for various scholarly publications.


PhD, University of Liverpool, 2022

MSc, Loughborough University, 2017

BSc, Shandong University, 2016

Research Interests

Dr. Taiyu Li specializes in supply chain management at the firm level in an international context. His research aims to provide actionable insights for improving supply chain resilience and operational efficiency. Using quantitative analyses, he also introduces several policy recommendations to address different situational challenges.

Selected Publications

Chen, L., Li, T., Jia, F. and Schoenherr, T. (2022). The impact of COVID-19 government measures on manufacturers’ stock market valuations: Evidence from China, Journal of Operations Management,1–22. https://doi.org/10.1002/joom.1207

Li, T., Chen, L., Jia, F., and Tang, O. (2022). The Development of the Internet of Things Industry: Evidence from China. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Early Access. https://doi.org/10.1109/TEM.2022.3163298.

Chen, L., Jiang, M., Li, T., Jia, F. and Lim, M. (2022). Supply chain learning and firm performance: A meta-analysis. International Journal of Operations and Production Management. Accepted on 11, January, 2023. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJOPM-05-2022-0289