Assistant Professor of Business Administration
MSIS, University of Texas at Austin, 2001
BS, Electrical Engineering, Tsinghua University, 1995
University of Illinois since 2001.
Sen R., King, R. C., & Xia. M. Impact on web-based
e-commerce on channel strategy. International Journal of
Electronic Commerce, forthcoming.
Xia, M., Stallaert, J., & Whinston. A. B. Solving the
combinatorial double auction problem. European
Journal of Operational Research, forthcoming.
Zhao, K., Shaw, M. & Xia, M. 2004. The structure evolution
of B2B enterprise networks. In K. Tomak (Ed.), Advances
in the economics of information systems. Hershey, PA:
Idea Group Publishers.
Xia, M., Kohler, G., & Whinston, A. B. 2004. Pricing
combinatorial auctions. European Journal of Operational
Research, 154 (1): 355-371.
Tomak, K., & Xia, M. 2003. A strategic analysis of exchange
based B2B networks. In M. Shaw (Ed.), Boston, MA: Klewer
Tomak, K. & Xia, M. 2002. Evolution of the B2B marketplaces.
Electronic Markets, 12: 84-91.
Teaching Award for Assistant Instructors: University of
Texas at Austin, 2001; Tuition fellowship, University of
Texas at Austin, summer 1997.
Journal of MIS, Journal of Organizational Computing and
Electronic Commerce, Decision Support Systems.
interest include electronic commerce, enterprise computing,
web-based applications, web services, software programming
and management. Research interests include business-to-business
e-commerce, electronic markets, web services, economics
of information systems, auctions in e-commerce.
328C David Kinley Hall
1407 W. Gregory Drive
Urbana, IL 61801