Supply Chain Management
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Research in the field of application of Fuzzy numbers
in the area of Operations Management.
Strategic Management, International Business, Management theory; Management Science; Operations and Supply Chain Management; Corporate Finance and International Finance.
Alok Dua has been an Instructor in the Asper School of Business, since 2002. His research is in the field of application of Fuzzy numbers in the area of Operations. Alok Dua has published two scholarly articles published in ASAC Conference proceedings:
- Appadoo, S. S., Dua, A., Sharma, V.N.(2009). On Fuzzy Economic Order Quantity Using Possibilistic Approach. Presented at the Administrative Association of Canada Conference, Niagara Falls, Ontario.
- Appadoo, S. S., Sharma, V.N., Dua, A.(2010). A Possibilistic approach to the economic Production Quantity Model with Finite Replenishment Rate. Presented at the Administrative Association of Canada Conference, Regina.
Alok Dua has various teaching interests that span the area of Business Administration, Supply Chain Management and Finance. He has won seven teaching awards at the Asper School of Business since 2002. Out of all the awards that he has won his favorite is the golden shovel award that he has won four times since 2006. This is an award given to the most popular professor as voted by the graduating class of the Asper School of Business.
In addition to these he has won the Associates Achievement Award for teaching in August 2007 and 2009. As well Alok has also won the best teacher award by Beta Gamma Sigma society 2009.
Alok Dua got his initial training in Chemical engineering and practiced engineering in Indian Oil Corporation a fortune five hundred company from Oct 1995 –Dec 2001.
Mr. Dua also has a Masters in Business Management and a Masters of Science.