Scott DuHadway

Associate Professor

Scott DuHadway, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of Supply Chain Management at Portland State University. His research focuses on how human behaviors influence supply chain decisions, particularly in risk management. The research is primarily centered in what motivates and prevents firms from engaging in unethical behaviors such as supply chain fraud, deception, and opportunistic behaviors.

His research has been published in top supply chain, operations, and logistics journals including: Journal of Supply Chain Management, Decision Sciences, Journal of Business Logistics, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Annals of Operations Research, and Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education. He participates in various academic conferences where he has won awards for best reviewer including from the Academy of Management Annual Conference and IPSERA. He is an AE and on the editorial review boards for several journals and has received an award from Journal of Operations Management for his service as a reviewer. 

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  • Ph.D. in Operations and Sourcing
    Michigan State University
  • Business Administration
    Utah State University
  • Operations Management
    Utah State University