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Joe Zhu

  • PhD
  • Professor
  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute
  • 49h-indexImpact measure calculated using publication and citation counts. Updated daily.
  • 7033CitationsNumber of citations received by Joe's publications. Updated daily.

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Research interests

EfficiencyPerformance EvaluationBenchmarkingProductivityData-oriented AnalyticsData Envelopment Analysis

About

Joe Zhu is Professor of Operations Analytics in the Foisie School of Business, Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He is an internationally recognized expert in methods of performance evaluation and benchmarking using Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA), and his research interests are in the areas of operations and business analytics, productivity modeling, and performance evaluation and benchmarking. He has published and co-edited several books focusing on performance evaluation and benchmarking using DEA. and developed the DEAFrontier software. He has more than 20,000 Google Scholar citations. He is recognized as one of the top authors in DEA with respect to research productivity, h-index, and g-index. His research has been supported by KPMG Foundation, National Institute of Health, and Department of Veterans Affairs. He is a Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS) fellow, a William Evans Visiting Fellow (University of Otago, New Zealand), and Chang Jiang Scholar Chair Professor awarded by the Ministry of Education of China. Please visit www.deafrontier.net for more information.

Groups

  • DEA
    DEA

Co-authors (82)

Publications (5)

  • Data envelopment analysis with non-homogeneous DMUs

    • Cook W
    • Harrison J
    • Imanirad R
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  • Data envelopment analysis with nonhomogeneous DMUs

    • Cook W
    • Harrison J
    • Imanirad R
    • et al.
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    23Citations
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  • Additive super-efficiency in integer-valued data envelopment analysis

    • Du J
    • Chen C
    • Chen Y
    • et al.
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    13Citations
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  • A bargaining game model for measuring performance of two-stage network structures

    • Du J
    • Liang L
    • Chen Y
    • et al.
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    57Citations
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  • Returns to scale in different DEA models

    • Banker R
    • Cooper W
    • Seiford L
    • et al.
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    158Citations
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Professional experience

Professor

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

September 1998 - Present