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June Dong is a Professor in the Marketing and Management Department at the School of Business at the State University of New York at Oswego. 

She received a BS in Mathematics from Shanghai Teachers’ University,  an MEng in Systems Engineering from the Shanghai Institute of Mechanical Engineering, and a PhD in Management Science from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She has been a Senior Research Fellow at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

In 2006 Professor Dong received the SUNY Chancellor’s Scholarly Creative Research Award. In 2004 she received the Chow Fellowship to lecture in China. She also received the President’s Award for Scholarly and Creative Activity and Research of SUNY Oswego in 2003 and the Provost's Junior Faculty Scholarly Creative Research Award of SUNY Oswego in 2000. 

Professor Dong was a keynote speaker on Disruptions in Supply Chain Supernetworks at the 2011 IEEE Conference on Supernetworks and Systems Management, May 29-30, 2011, in Shanghai, China, and was a co-editor of the conference proceedings.

She frequently hosts Visiting Scholars from China at SUNY Oswego.

Her research interests include: supply chain management, supernetworks, network equilibrium, supply chain disruptions, and technology diffusion.

Selected Publications:

Supernetworks: Decision-Making for the Information Age
(New Dimensions in Networks)
Anna Nagurney and June Dong, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, England (2002).

A Stochastic Disaster Relief Game Theory Network Model
Anna Nagurney, Mojtaba Salarpour, June Dong, and Ladimer S. Nagurney, SN Operations Research Forum 1, 10 (2020).

The Closed-loop Supply Chain Network with Competition, Distribution Channel Investment, and Uncertainties
Qiang Qiang, Ke Ke, Trisha Anderson, and June Dong, OMEGA 41(2): (2013) pp 186-194.

Modeling of Supply Chain Risk Under Disruptions with Performance Measurement and Robustness Analysis
Qiang Qiang, Anna Nagurney, and June Dong, in Managing Supply Chain Risk and Vulnerability: Tools and Methods for Supply Chain Decision Makers, T. Wu and J. Blackhurst, Editors, Springer, 2009, pp 91-111.

Supply Chain Networks, Electronic Commerce, and Supply Side and Demand Side Risk
Anna Nagurney, Jose Cruz, June Dong, and Ding Zhang, European Journal of Operational Research 164: (2005) pp 120-142.

Multitiered Supply Chain Networks: Multicriteria Decision–Making under Uncertainty
June Dong, Ding Zhang, Hong Yan, and Anna Nagurney, Annals of Operations Research 135: (2005) pp 155-178, Special Issue on Decision-Making Under Uncertainty.

Supply Chain Supernetworks with Random Demands
June Dong, Ding Zhang, and Anna Nagurney, Urban and Regional Transportation Modeling: Essays in Honor of David E. Boyce, Der-Horng Lee, Editor, Edward Elgar Publishing (2004) pp 289-313.

A Supply Chain Network Equilibrium Model with Random Demands
June Dong, Ding Zhang, and Anna Nagurney, European Journal of Operational Research 156: (2004)  pp 194-212.

A Supply Chain Network Economy: Modeling and Qualitative Analysis
Ding Zhang, June Dong, and Anna Nagurney, Innovations in Financial and Economic Networks, Anna Nagurney, Editor, Edward Elgar Publishing (2003) pp 197-213.

Multicriteria Spatial Price Networks: Statics and Dynamics
Anna Nagurney, June Dong, and Ding Zhang, in Equilibrium Problems and Variational Models, P. Daniele, A. Maugeri, and F. Giannessi, Editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers (2003) pp 299-321.

Traffic Network Equilibrium and the Environment: A Multicriteria Decision-Making Perspective
Anna Nagurney, June Dong, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian, in Computational Methods in Decision-Making, Economics and Finance, E. Kontoghiorges, B. Rustem, and S. Siokos, Editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers (2002) pp 501-523.

A Space-Time Network for Telecommuting versus Commuting Decision Making
Anna Nagurney, June Dong, and Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Papers in Regional Science 82: (2003) pp 451-473.

Supply Chain Networks and Electronic Commerce: A Theoretical Perspective
Anna Nagurney, Jon Loo, June Dong, and Ding Zhang, Netnomics 4: (2002) 187-220.

Supply Chain Networks with Multicriteria Decision-Makers
June Dong, Ding Zhang, and Anna Nagurney (An updated version appears in Transportation and Traffic Theory in the 21st Century, M.A.P. Taylor, Editor, Pergamon (2002) pp 179-196. )

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Last Update: September 11, 2023