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Bijay Naik

Bijay Naik
Associate Professor
Economics, MIS and Decision Sciences, School of Business
UB Beacom Hall 229
Phone: 605-677-5290
Bio:
Dr. Bijayananda Naik earned his Ph.D. in Management Science from The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1995. He is an Associate Professor of Operations Management at Beacom School of Business.
Teaching Interests:
Operations Management and Project Management in the undergraduate and graduate business degree programs.
Research Interests:
Production and operations management, business education, application of data mining in business, simulation of the operations of manufacturing and service facilities.
Education:
  • Ph D, Production and Operations Management, The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1995
  • MBA, Washington State University, 1985
  • Ph D, Civil Engineering, Washington State University, 1983
  • Master of Engineering, Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, 1971
  • Bachelor of Science (Engineering), Civil Engineering, Sambalpur University, 1969
Research:
  • Identifying Corporate Acquisition Targets Using Financial Data: Use of Classification Models, Beacom Opportunity Fund, Beacom School of Business, (2010 - 2012)
  • Beacom Opportunity Fund, Beacom School of Business, (2009 - 2011)
Publications:
  • Naik, B., Influence of Culture on Learning Styles of Business Students, International Journal of Education Research.
  • Naik, B., Tech, D., El-Bendary, N., (2012), Does Culture Influence Learning Styles of Business Students? A Comparative Study of Two Cultures, Northern State University.
  • Naik, B., , V., (2012), An Investigation of the Learning Styles of South Korean Business Students, Asia-Pacific Journal of Business, vol. 3, iss. 1, pp. 1-9.
  • Naik, B., , V., (2012), An Investigation of the Learning Styles of South Korean Business Students, IABPAD.
  • Naik, B., Tech, D., El-Bendary, N., (2011), Learning Styles of Egyptian Business Students, Eighteenth Annual South Dakota International Business Conference.
  • Naik, B., Ragothaman, S., (2011), Modeling Corporate Governance Rating: A Comparative Study, The International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference.
  • Naik, B., (2011), Using PBL Assignments in Undergraduate Operations Management Course, Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, vol. 11, iss. 2.
  • Naik, B., Ragothaman, S., (2011), Modeling Corporate Governance Ratings: A Comparative Study, International Journal of Business, Marketing, and Decision Sciences , vol. 5.
  • Naik, B., Tech, D., Franco, M., (2010), A Comparative Study of Learning Styles of Business Students in the United States and the Dominican Republic, Seventeenth Annual South Dakota International Business Conference.
  • Naik, B., Ragothaman, S., Ramakrishnan, K., (2010), Application of Classification Models for Predicting Corporate Acquisition Targets, International Journal of Business and Finance , vol. 4, iss. 2, pp. 70-83.
  • Naik, B., Ragothaman, S., Ramakrishnan, K., (2010), Application of Classification Models for Predicting Corporate Acquisition Targets, International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD) Conference.
  • Naik, B., (2010), Using PBL Assignments in Undergraduate Operations Management Course, 17th Annual Coonference of American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences.
  • Naik, B., (2009), An Investigation of Learning Styles of Business Students, Sixteenth Annual South Dakota International Business Conference.
  • Naik, B., Ramakrishnan, K., (2009), Tangled Webs and Tightropes: Faculty Roles in Globalized 21st Century, Journal of Business and Educational Leadership.
  • Naik, B., (2008), Impact of NAFTA on U.S. Trade, Fifteenth Annual South Dakota International Business Conference.
  • Naik, B., Ramakrishnan, K., (2008), Turmoil in the Towers: Competitive Gales Transforming Traditions in Business Education, Research in Higher Education Journal.
Awards and Honors:
  • Beta Gamma Sigma , The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1995
Presentations:
  • Naik, B. (2013, January). Influence of Culture on Learning Styles of Business Students. Presented at the IABPAD Winter Conference, Orlando, Florida.
  • Naik, B., Tech, D., El-Bendary, N. (2012, October). Does Culture Influence Learning Styles of Business Students? A Comparative Study of Two Cultures. Presented at the 19th Annual Conference on International Business and Contemporary Issues in Business, Deadwood, South Dakota.
  • Naik, B., , V. (2012, January). An Investigation of the Learning Styles of South Korean Business Students. Presented at the IABPAD Winter Conference, Orlando, Florida.
  • Naik, B. (2011, September). Learning Styles of Egyptian Business Students. Presented at the The Eighteenth Annual South Dakota International Business Conference, Rapid City, South Dakota.
  • Naik, B. (2011, April). Modeeling Corporate Governance Rating: A Comparative Study. Presented at the The International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference, 2011, Dallas, Texas.
  • Naik, B. (2010, October). A Comparative Study of Learning Styles of Business Students in the United States and the Dominican Republic. Presented at the The Seventeenth Annual South Dakota International Business Conference, Rapid City, South Dakota.
  • Ragothaman, S., Naik, B., Ramakrishnan, K. (2010, April). Application of Classification Models for Predicting Corporate Acquisition Targets. Presented at the IABPAD Conference, Dallas, TX.
  • Naik, B. (2010, April).
  • Naik, B. (2010, February). Using PBL Assignments in Undergraduate Operations Management Course. Presented at the The 17th Annual Conference of American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Naik, B. (2009, October). An Investigation of Learning Styles of Business Sudents. Presented at the The Sixteenth Annual South Dakota International Business Conference, Rapid City, South Dakota.
  • Naik, B. (2009, February). Tangled Webs and Tight Ropes: Faculty Roles in Globalized 21st Century. Presented at the The 16th Annual Conference of American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Naik, B. (2008, October). Impact of NAFTA on U. S. Trade. Presented at the The Fifteenth Annual South Dakota Business Conference, Rapid City, South Dakota.
  • Naik, B. (2007, November). Course Grades and Performance of Undergraduate Business Majors. Presented at the The 38th Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, Phoenix, Arizona.
  • Naik, B. (2007, April). An Ideal Cohort MBA Program from the Student Perspective. Presented at the 2007 Midwest Decision Sciences Institute Conference, Chicago, Illinois.