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Ke (Grace) Ke Dr. Ke (Grace) Ke


Dr. Ke is a Professor in the Department of Finance and Supply Chain Management at Central Washington University. From 2004-2008 she was an Assistant Professor of Management at the Babin School of Business at the University of Arkansas, Monticello. She received her PhD in Business Administration with a concentration in Management Science and a minor in Finance from the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts Amherst  in 2004.

She received a BE in Systems Engineering and an MM (Master of Management) in Technical Economics from Tianjin University, Tianjin, China.

She spent her sabbatical in 2017 in China.

She is especially interested in financial networks with intermediation and electronic transactions, and supply chain networks. Other areas of interest include: ARCH modeling, risk analysis, corporate finance, econometrics, and asset pricing.

Selected Publications:

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.

Financial Networks with Intermediation: Risk Management with Variable Weights
Anna Nagurney and Ke Ke,  European Journal of Operational Research 172: (2006) pp 40-63.

Financial Networks with Electronic Transactions: Modeling, Analysis, and Computations
Anna Nagurney and Ke Ke, Quantitative Finance 3: (2003) pp 71-87.

Dynamics of Supply Chains: A Multilevel (Logistical/Informational/Financial) Network Perspective
Anna Nagurney, Ke Ke, Jose Cruz, Kitty Hancock, and Frank Southworth, Environment and Planning B 29: (2002) 795-818.


Favorite Links:

Central Washingtin University College of Business

University of Arkansas Monticello Babin School of Business

Last Update: August 30, 2023