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Name: Dallas Brozik
Title: Professor
Office: Finance & Economics / LCOB
Phone: 304-696-2663
Email: brozik@marshall.edu
Expert:
 
Achievements

Creative Works:
 “Industrial Characteristics of Firms Engaged in International Trade”, July 1996, International Conference of the Academy of Business Administration, Athens, Greece.

“The Market Game: Interactive Learning Through Market Simulation” (with Alina Zapalska), March 1997, Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning, New Orleans, Louisiana.

"Teaching Entrepreneurial Skills in the Classroom"(with Alina Zapalska), presented at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the Association for Private Enterprise Education, Dallas, Texas.

"Double Bubble, We're in Trouble", December 1998, Global Trends Conference of the Academy of Business Administration, Curacao.

"Human Development and the Role of Ethical Behavior Among College Students" (with James Sottile), February 1999, Eastern Educational Research Association, Hilton Head, South Carolina.

"The Difference Between Boys and Girls", March 1999, Midwest Business Economics Association, Chicago, Illinois.

"Multi-Product Cost, Volume, Profit Analysis: Bringing Real World Cases to the Classroom" (with Arun Desai), March 1999, Midwest Business Economics Association, Chicago, Illinois.

"Competition in the Banking Sector in Eastern Europe: Results of Surveys in Poland and Hungary" (with Alina Zapalska and Georgine Fogel), March 1999, Midwest Business Economics Association, Chicago, Illinois.

"The People We Teach", March 1999, Midwest Finance Association, Nashville, Tennessee.

"An Investigation in Adult Educational Learning to Determine if Simulations Enhance Communications Skills" (with Doris Brozik and Laura Wyant), May 1999, National Marketing Education Research Conference, Key West, Florida. Winner of Best Research Paper Award.

“Ethical Behavior and Human Development Among Male and Female Graduate and Undergraduate Students” (with James Sottile), February 2000, Eastern Educational Research Association, Clearwater, Florida.

“The Restaurant Game” (with Alina Zapalska), March 2000, Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning, Savannah, Georgia.

“How to Improve Student’s Learning in the Economics Classroom: Active Learning?” (with Alina Zapalska, Helen Dabb, Mary Hedges, and Geoff Perry), Twelfth Annual Teaching Economics Conference, Robert Morris College

“Teaching Maori Students Business Issues with Simulations and Experimental Methods” (with Alina Zapalska, Helen Dabb, and Pare Keiha), Twelfth Annual Teaching Economics Conference, Robert Morris College.

“The Structure of Working Capital,” June 2001, Hawaii Conference on Business, Honolulu, Hawaii.

“Auction!,”(with Alina Zapalska), June 2001, Hawaii Conference on Business, Honolulu, Hawaii.

“The Nature of Risk”, April 2002, Financial Education Association, Baltimore, Maryland.

“Exchange Rate Simulation”, (with Alina Zapalska), April 2002, Financial Education Association, Baltimore, Maryland.

“Portfolio Construction and Management: A Simulation”, (with Alina Zapalska), April 2002, Financial Education Association, Baltimore, Maryland.

“A Farewell to Put/Call Parity”, April 2002, Eastern Finance Association, Baltimore, Maryland.

“Gaussian Option Pricing”, August 2002, Alternative Perspectives in Finance and Accounting, Hamburg, Germany

 
 "The Deflated College Degree", The Wall Street Journal, Letters to the Editors, 11 January 1999.

 
 (1997, July-August). The work of philosophy. The Journal of Irreproducible Results, 42(4), 9-11.

(1998, March-April). The mutability of time. The Journal of Irreproducible Results, 43(2), 9-10.

(1998, March-April). The work of philosophy, part 2. The Journal of Irreproducible Results, 43(2), 15-16.

(1998, July-August). Evidence of prescience in (supposedly) inanimate objects. The Journal of Irreproducible Results, 43(4), 32-33.

(1999, March-April) The work of philosophy, part 3. The Journal of Irreproducible Results, 44(2), 4-15.

"Interactive Economics" (with Alina Zapalska), The Social Studies, November/December 1999, pp. 278-282.

“Teaching Entrepreneurial Skills” (with Alina Zapalska), Journal of Business Economics Research, April/October 1999, pp. 18-31.

“The Restaurant Game” (with Alina Zapalska). Simulation and Gaming, September 2000, pp. 407-416.

"The Work of Philosophy, Part 4", The Journal of Irreproducible Results, vol.45/no.1, January-February 2000, pp 6-7.

“The Academic Ethics of Business Students Majoring in Finance” (with Bob Brown), Academy for Studies in Business Law Journal, Vol. 3, No. 2, 2000, pp. 18-32.

"Further Evidence Concerning the Mutability of Time", The Journal of Irreproducible Results, vol.45/no.2, March-April 2000, pp 24-25.

"Further Evidence Concerning McCall’s Thesis", The Journal of Irreproducible Results, vol.45/no.4, July-August 2000, pp 17-18.

“Learning Market Skills through Simulation” (with Alina Zapalska), Journal of Private Enterprise, Spring 2001, pp. 56-70.

"A Natural Proof Concerning the Existence of God", The Journal of Irreproducible Results, vol.46/no.1, January-February 2001, pp 28-29.

"The S.S.F.B. Syndrome", The Journal of Irreproducible Results, vol.46/no.5-6, September-December 2001, pp 44-45.

“The Portfolio Game” (with Alina Zapalska), Simulation and Gaming, June 2002, pp. 243-256.

“Teaching Business Issues with Experimental Methods: Simulations” (with Alina Zapalska, Pare Keiha, and Helen Dabb), Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, forthcoming.

“Teaching Maori Students Business Issues: An Experiential Approach” (with Alina Zapalska, Pare Keiha, and Helen Dabb), Education and Training Journal, Volume 44, Number 3, 2002, pp. 138-143.

“Teaching Entrepreneurial Skills in the Classroom” (with Alina Zapalska), Journal of Business and Economics Research, forthcoming.

"On the Need for Obscenities in English", The Journal of Irreproducible Results, vol.47/no.2, March-April 2002, pp 5-6.

“Further Evidence Concerning the Hyperuniversal Superconstant”, The Journal of Irreproducible Results, vol.47/no.4, July-August 2002, p 10.


 

Research Based:
 
Book Chapters:
& McInerney, M. (1997). Real growth, economic structure, and the contribution of labor: The European experience. In J. Wickham (Ed.), The search for competitiveness and its implications for employment, (pp.41-51)/ Dublin: Oak Tree Press.
 
 
Presentations:
& Zapalska, A. (1997, March) The market game: Interactive learning through market simulation. Paper presented at the Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning, New Orleans, LA.

& Zapalska, A. (1998). Teaching entrepreneurial skills in the classroom. Paper presented at the 1998 annual meeting of the Association for Private Enterprise Education, Dallas, TX.

(1998, December). Double bubble, we’re in trouble. Paper presented at the Global Trends Conference of the Academy of Business Administration, Curacao.

Sottile, J. (1999, February). Human development and the role of ethical behavior among college students. Paper presented at the Eastern Educational Research Association, Hilton Head, SC.

(1999, March). The difference between boys and girls. Paper presented at the Midwest Business Economics Association, Chicago, IL.

& Desai, A. (1999 March). Multi-product cost, volume, profit analysis: Bringing real world cases to the classroom. Paper presented a the Midwest Business Economics Association, Chicago, IL.

Zapalska, A. & Fogel, G. (1999, March). Competition in the banking sector in Eastern Europe: Results of surveys in Poland and Hungary. Paper presented at the Midwest Business Economics Association, Chicago, IL.

(1999, March). The people we teach. Paper presented at the Midwest Finance Association, Nashville, TN.

& Wyant, L. (1999, May). An investigation in adult educational learning to determine if simulations enhance communications skills. Paper presented at the National Marketing Education Research Conference, Key West, FL. Winner of Best Research
 
 
Proceedings:
& Hollingshead, C. (1996). Financial characteristics of international firms. Global Business Trends: Contemporary Reading (pp. 247-254). Academy of Business Administration,

(1997). Industrial characteristics of firms engaged in international trade. International Business Practices: Contemporary Readings (pp. 177-183). Academy of Business Administration.

& Zapalska. (1997). An experiment in an introductory economics course as an active learning process. Proceedings, 1997 American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (pp. 430-434).

& Zapalska, A. (1997). The market game: Interactive learning through market simulation. Developments in Business Simulation and Experiential Learning (pp. 166-171). Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning.

& Desai, A. (1997). E&J Groceries. Proceedings of the North American Case Research Association Annual Meeting (p. 79).

& Zapalska, A (1997). Interactive learning: The market game. Proceedngs of the 1997 Eighth Annual Conference on Teaching Economics (pp. 137-142).

& Zapalska, A. The money game. Proceeding of the 1998 Ninth Annual Conference on Teaching Economics (pp. 101-112).

(1999). Stock market bubbles and the role of mutual funds. Global Business Trends: Contemporary Readings (pp. 246-254). 1999 Academy of Business Administration.

“The Restaurant Game,” (with Alina Zapalska), Proceedings: Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning, Savannah, GA. March 29 - April 1, 2000.

“How to Improve Student’s Learning in the Economics Classroom: Active Learning?”, (with Alina Zapalska, Helen Dabb, Mary Hedges, and Geoff Perry), Twelfth Annual Teaching Economics Conference, Robert Morris College, Proceedings forthcoming.

“Teaching Maori Students Business Issues with Simulations and Experimental Methods”, (with Alina Zapalska, Helen Dabb, and Pare Keiha), Twelfth Annual Teaching Economics Conference, Robert Morris College, Proceedings forthcoming.

“The Structure of Working Capital,” Proceedings: Hawaii Conference on Business, Honolulu, HI. June 13-17, 2001, B159-B170.

“Auction!,”(with Alina Zapalska), Proceedings: Hawaii Conference on Business, Honolulu, HI. June 13-17, 2001, B171-B180.

"Active Learning Instruments for Teaching Undergraduate Economics Concepts" (with Alina Zapalska, Helen Dabb, Mary Hedges, and Geoff Perry), Teaching Economics: Instruction and Classroom Based Research, McGraw Hill & Robert Morris College, August 2001.

"Economics Education via the WebCT Course" (with Alina Zapalska and Brad Morgan), Teaching Economics: Instruction and Classroom Based Research, McGraw Hill & Robert Morris College, August 2002.

"Internationalization of Business and Economics Curriculum: The Exchange Rate Game" (with Alina Zapalska), Teaching Economics: Instruction and Classroom Based Research, McGraw Hill & Robert Morris College, August 2002.


 
 
Publications:
& Zapalska, A. (1998). The market game. Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 38-48.

& Zapalska, A., & Fogel, G. (1999). Competition in the banking sector in Eastern Europe: Results of surveys in Poland and Hungary. Journal of East-West Business, 5(4), 69-85.

& Zapalska, A. (1999, April/October). Teaching entrepreneurial skills. Journal of Business Economics Research,2(1& 2),18-31.
 

Professional/Community Based Service:
 
:
Chair, Academic Planning Committee

Chair, Marshall and Shirley Reynolds/Pickens-Queen

Teacher of the Year Selection Committee

Parliamentarian, Marshall University Faculty Senate

Marshall University #'G Chapter

College of Business Promotion and Tenure Committee


Editorial Reviewer for Journal of the Academy of Business Administration

Editorial Reviewer for Business and Economic Review

Editorial Reviewer for Mid-American Journal of Business

Editorial Board of The Journal of Irreproducible Results

Board of Directors, Huntington Community Players
 

Awards:
 

Finalist, West Virginia Professor of the Year, 2001-2002

Charles E. Hedrick Outstanding Faculty Award, 2000-2001

Marshall University - President's Service Award
 

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