Jason Miller (Ph.D. The Ohio State University) is an Assistant Professor of Logistics at Michigan State University's Eli Broad College of Business. His primary research stream examines firms' logistics operations, with an emphasis on studying motor carrier safety, productivity, and pricing. His research has appeared in Academy of Management Journal, Decision Sciences Journal, Forecasting, Journal of Business Logistics, Journal of Management, Journal of Operations Management, Journal of Supply Chain Management, Multivariate Behavioral Research, Transportation Journal, and Transportation Research Part E. Jason serves as an Associate Editor at Journal of Operations Management, Decision Sciences Journal, and International Journal of Operations and Production Management. He serves on the Editorial Review Board for Journal of Supply Chain Management. He also actively reviews for several supply chain (International Journal of Logistics Management, Journal of Business Logistics, and Transportation Journal) and quantitative methods (Educational and Psychological Measurement and Structural Equation Modeling) journals.
With regard to teaching, Jason teaches courses at the undergraduate, masters, and doctoral level. At the undergrad level, Jason teaches the case-based capstone supply chain management course and an upper-level transportation management elective. At the masters level, he teaches an online course concerning distribution fulfillment. At the doctoral level, he co-coordinates the introductory Ph.D. seminar common to both the logistics and OSM doctoral programs. He was recognized as the undergraduate faculty member who had the greatest impact on students based on the 2017 graduating senior survey. The website Poets & Quants has recognized him as one of the top 40 undergraduate professors (https://poetsandquantsforundergrads.com/2017/09/18/2017-top-40-undergraduate-professors-jason-miller-michigan-state-broad/).
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