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Bob Hasbrouck


Robert Hasbrouck

Associate Professor

Luter Hall 118
(757) 594-7265
rhasbro@cnu.edu
http://cnu.edu/schoolofbusiness/luterfaculty/hasbrouck/

Education

  • Ph D in Industrial Management, Clemson University
  • MS in Industrial Management, Clemson University
  • BA in Marketing, Marshall University

Teaching

Statistics, Operations Management, Management Science, Simulation Modeling

Research

methodologies using statistical methods, operations management, simulation, inventory modeling and analysis

Biography

Dr. Hasbrouck holds a BA in Marketing from Marshall University and a Master’s in Science and PhD from Clemson University in Industrial Management. He is an Associate Professor of Management at the Luter School of Business has been a member of the CNU faculty since spring 2003. His current research interests include supply chain management, simulation modelling and statistics pedagogy.

  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    From Order-to-Cash to Wall-to-Wall: Four SAP Implementations at Smithfield Foods. Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases.
  • Working Paper
    Tale of Two Cities: Examining the Marketing and Operations of Two Tour Companies in Europe.
  • Working Paper
    York County Schools Bus System: Finding the Best Routes.
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    (2016). Factors affecting a perishable supply chain’s transaction costs and service. International Journal of Applied Management Science. Volume, 8. Issue, 2. Pages, 114-131.
  • Conference Proceeding
    (2013). A PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION OF STUDENT RESPONSES TOWARD STATISTICAL THINKING BASED COURSEWORK: A EXPLORATORY FACTOR ANALYSIS. Northeast Decision Sciences Institute. Volume, 42. Pages, 369-373.
  • Conference Proceeding
    (2007). Undergraduate Student Awareness of 2006 Business/Economics Current Events: A Survey. Small Business Institute, Eastern Bloc.
  • Journal Article, Academic Journal
    (2005). “The Franchise 500© as a Research Tool: How Objective and Reliable is it?”. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development.
  • Robert Hasbrouck, Matthew Hettche, Michael Clayton, Association of Marketing Theory and Practice, "Message Strategies of North American For-Profit Colleges and Universities: A Qualitative Analysis," Charleston, SC. (2019)
  • Robert Hasbrouck, Scott Walker, 48th Meeting of the Southeast Decision Sciences Institute, "Group Size in Business Simulations as a Factor in Determining Performance and Learning Outcomes," Newport News. (2018)
  • Annie Cecil, Matthew Hettche, Robert Hasbrouck, Northeast Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference, "The Metrics of Innovation: A Case Study of the Outdoor Power Tool Industry and the Sustainability Initiatives of STIHL Inc," Alexandria, VA. (2016)

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