Academic Affairs

Malcolm Asadoorian

Vice President of Academic Affairs and Professor of Economics

e malcolm.asadoorian@regiscollege.edu
t 781-768-7077

Education

Post-Doctoral, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

PhD, Economics, Clark University

MA, Economics, Clark University

BA, Economics, Computer Science, Assumption College

Experience

Dr. Asadoorian has over seventeen years of higher education experience, with teaching and academic administrative experience, as well as advanced post-doctoral applied research experience at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Prior to Regis, Dr. Asadoorian was Associate Dean of Academic Affairs for Assessment and Faculty Development and Professor of Economics at Lynn University in Boca Raton, FL.

Awards/Honors

Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award, Lynn University

Faculty Recognition Award, Lynn University

Sample Publications

Storey, V., and Asadoorian III, M.O. (2011). Virtuous Leaders and Virtuous Organizations: Healthcare and Higher Education. International Journal of Behavioural and Healthcare Research, 2(3), 231-246.

Storey, V., and Asadoorian III, M.O. (2009). Educational Leadership – Perceptions and Determinants of Moral and Ethical Behaviour. International Journal of Behavioural and Healthcare Research, 1(3), 258-273.

Asadoorian, M.O. and Demetri Kantarelis (2009). Essentials of Inferential Statistics, 5th edition, University Press of America.

Storey, V., Beeman, T., Asadoorian III, M.O., and A. Cartwright (2008). Values in Hospital Leadership: A Case Study of a Highly Performing Health System. International Journal of Behavioural and Healthcare Research 1(1): 70-90.

Asadoorian, M.O, Eckaus, R.S., and C. Adam Schlosser (2008). Modeling Climate Feedbacks to Electricity Demand: The Case of China. Energy Economics 30(4): 1577-1602.

Asadoorian, M.O. (2008). Simulating the Spatial Distribution of Population and Emissions to 2100. Environmental and Resource Economics 37(2): 377-410.

Asadoorian, M.O. and Reilly, J. (2007). Mitigation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Land Use: Creating Incentives within Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading Systems. Climatic Change 80(1): 173-197.

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