Professor Dr. Rao Singamsetti
He joined the faculty of the Barney School in 1974. Earlier he got M.A (Economics) and Ph. D. (Economics) from the State University of New York at Buffalo, NY in 1972 and 1973. He taught in SUNY, Buffalo and prior to that in Andhra University, Waltair, India, where he received M.S. in Statistics. The title of his Ph. D. dissertation is “ majority Rule, Specification and Policy use of Social Preference Function”.
His primary areas of teaching are Business Statistics, Quantitative Decision-Making and Managerial Economics in BS/BA and MBA programs.
His articles appeared in Journal of Productivity Analysis, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, Southern Economics Journal, the Journal of economics, Indian Economic Journal, International Journal of Industrial Organization and Explorations in Economic Research.
He presented papers at a number of conferences
of professional associations like Global Business and Technology Association
Conference in Montego Bay, Jamaica; INFORMS Conference in San Diego, Western
Economic Association Conferences in Seattle, Washington; Midwest Economic
Society meeting in Chicago; International Symposium on Forecasting Vancouver,
BC, Canada. For more details see the resume'.