Our Faculty

Narendra Bhandari

Professor

Lubin School of Business

Management and Management Science

Location
  • @New York City
    One Pace Plaza
Office Hours
New York City
Let Us Learn Together. Practice is a Prerequisite for Perfection.

Education


PhD , University of Georgia , Athens, GA, USA , 1972
Business Administration

MBA , University of Georgia , Athens, GA, USA , 1968
Business Administration

MA , University of Georgia , Athens, GA, USA , 1966
Business Administration

MCom , University of Rajasthan , SMK College, Jodhpur, India , 1963
Advanced Accountancy

BCom , University of Rajasthan , SMK College, Jodhpur, India , 1961
Advanced Accountancy

Awards and Honors

  • The SmileTrain, 2010
  • Aravali Institute of Management, Jodhpur, India, 2004

Publications


Bhandari, N. & Deshpande, V. BMCC College (Pune, India) Students' Intention for Entrepreneurship, Social Entrepreneurship, or to Work for Someone Else. Not in List.

Bhandari, N. (2015). Trade Equilibrium: A Multi-Generational Solution to India's Poverty. Journal of International Business Research. Vol 14 (Issue 3) , pages 1-8.

Bhandari, N. (2014). Relationship between Students' Personal Reasons and the Students' Intention for Entrepreneurship. Vol 1 (Issue 1) , pages 49-61.

Bhandari, N. (2014). Trade Equilibrium: A Multi-Generational Economic Policy. Journal of International Business Research. Vol 13 (Issue 1) , pages 91-104.

Bhandari, N. (2014). Trade Equilibrium: A Multi-Generational Economic Policy; a summary.

Bhandari, N. (2013, September). Relationship between Students' Grades and School Year and their Intention for Entrepreneurship. New England Journal of Entrepreneurship. Vol 16 (Issue Spring-fall, 2013, No. 1) , pages 41-45. http://www.sacredheart.edu/academics/johnfwelchcollegeofbusiness/aboutthecollege/newenglandjournalofentrepreneurship/

Bhandari, N. (2013, March). “Trade Equilibrium for Jobs versus Simpson Bowles Plan”. (Issue 2013)

Bhandari, N. (2012). Relationship between Students' Gender, Their Own Employment, Their Parents' Employment, and the Students' Intention for Entrepreneurship. Journal of Entrepreneurship Education. Vol 15 , pages 133-144.

Bhandari, N. (2012, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). Relationship Between Students' Grades And School Year And Their Intention For Entrepreneurship: Some Pioneering Findings. (Issue 2012) , pages 268-276.

Bhandari, N. The Relationship between Students' Gender, their Own Employment, their Parents' Employment, and the Students' Intention for Entrepreneurship.. Journal of Entrepreneurship Education.

Bhandari, N. Federal Swap Program, Creating Jobs, and Trade Equilibrium..

Bhandari, N. Trade Equilibrium, Trade Deficits, and Jobs,.

Bhandari, N. Futility of Stimulus Funds in the Middle of Huge Trade Deficits.

Bhandari, N. Would Spain Also Restrict Imports to Save Jobs? Why Not Try Trade Equlibrium Instead?.

Bhandari, N. THE BALANCE OF TRADE EQUILIBRIUM TO ENHANCE WORLD ECONOMIES AND LIVING STANDARDS.

Bhandari, N. The Balance of Trade-Equilibrium Requires Leadership and Numerical Goals: Would You Like to Lead This Historical Opportunity?.

Bhandari, N. Intention for Entrepreneurship among Pace Lubin Students..

Bhandari, N. The Balance of Payment Equilibrium Model, A Matter of National Determination & Leadership..

Bhandari, N. Wal-Mart Goes to India, Economic, Social, and Ethical Implications.

Bhandari, N. "Counting and Creating Jobs: Some New Perspectives for Public Policy'. .

Bhandari, N. "Intention For Entrepreneurship Among Students In India,'. Journal of Entrepreneurship, a refereed journal (July-Dec. 2006).

Bhandari, N. "Small Business Proposals for the Installation of Residential Air-Conditioning and Heating Equipment, The Case.'. Journal of International Academy for Case Studies.

Bhandari, N. "Small Business Proposals for the Installation of Residential Air-Conditioning and Heating Equipment, the Instructor's Notes.'. Journal of International Academy for Case Studies, Instructor's Notes.

Bhandari, N. "Balance of Payment Equilibrium: A Model for More American Jobs and the International Economic Development'. .

Bhandari, N. "India, a Crisis of Identity'. .

Bhandari, N. "Intention for entrepreneurship among first year commerce and management students at a university in India'. .

Bhandari, N. "Jobs, Jobs And More Jobs, Importing Jobs From India'. .

Bhandari, N. "People Here, People There; People, People Everywhere'. .

Bhandari, N. "Population Control And Waste Management In India'. .

Bhandari, N. "Small business proposals for the installation of residential air-conditioning and heating equipments--the case'. .

Bhandari, N. "Small business proposals for the installation of residential air-conditioning and heating equipments--the instructor's notes'. .

Bhandari, N. Entrepreneurial and Employment Intentions of Students (U. S. A.). .

PRESENTATIONS


Bhandari, N. (2014, March). The 21st Century Academic Forum Conference. "Relationship between Students' Personal Reasons and the Students' Intention for Entrepreneurship". The 21st Century Academic Forum, Harvard University

Bhandari, N. (2013, October 12). Academy of International Business, Northeast, October 11-12, 2013. “Relationship between Students' Grades and Intention for Entrepreneurship”. Academy of International Business, Northeast, Hamden, CT, USA.

Bhandari, N. (2013, May). The Finance, Global Management, Economics & Information Technology Research Conference. "Theory of Trade Equilibrium for Jobs vs Buffett's Import Certificates". The Finance, Global Management, Economics & Information Technology Research Conference, New York, NY, USA.

Bhandari, N. (2013, March). Allied Academies Conference, Internet Division. “Trade Equilibrium for Jobs versus Simpson Bowles Plan”. Allied Academies, New Orleans, LA, USA.

Bhandari, N. (2012, October). Academy of International Business-US Northeast Chapter. "Relationship Between Students' Grades And School Year And Their Intention For Entrepreneurship: Some Pioneering Findings". Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT

RESEARCH INTEREST ---


Entrepreneurship. Small Business, Protecting & Creating American Jobs. Trade Equilibrium.

Grants, Contracts and Sponsored Research

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • Allied Academies, international division 2013
    An international organization of professionals; publisher; and conference organizers
  • Allied Academies, Entrepreneurship Division 2012
    An international organization of academicians and other professionals
  • Academy of International Business 2008
  • Allied Academies, Case Studies Division 2002

COLLEGE SERVICE

  • Corporate Education Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Attended meetings, read others' comments, and made suggestions. The Committee's primary purpose is unclear. Prof Chiagouris's unwillingness to continue to serve as its Chair reinforces my observation in a way.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments:
  • Doctoraal Education Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Reviewed comments. Made suggestions.
  • Lubin Faculty Affairs Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Attended a meeting. Reviewed comments. Topic: Clinical faculty.
  • Scholarly Research Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Attended meetings, reviewed others' comments, made suggestions. One suggestion: Lubin School should establish faculty volunteer groups to help their colleagues in their areas of expertise: Statistical testing, language, etc.
  • Misc. Services [Other]
    Desc: November 07, 2015 At Dean Braun's request, I shared with my students an internship opportunity to work with Publicis, a world class company. ==== April 2015 I withdrew my name from being considered for a membership on the LFC Tenure and Promotion Committee; so that others can be considered for membership on this important committee. I have served on such a committee in the past a few times. ==== April 8, 2015 I shared with my students opportunity to improve their writing skills and earn a certificate through a course offered by the University. Business Writing Essentials course ==== April 3, 2015 I provided information to Prof. Vishal Lala about the use of Analytics in my courses. Lubin Analytics Task Force survey. ====
  • Students [Other]
    Desc: November 1, 2015 Filled out an interview-questionnaire for one of my students for an English course requirement. Topic: Writing and publishing. ==== March 2015, I recommended Ms. Anjali Jain, my former Graduate Assistant, for our Graduate Leadership Award. She was selected for the award.
  • Department TAP Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Evaluation of Dr. Theresa Lant for the rank of Professor
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: The Committee recommended the rank of Professor for Dr. Lant
  • Case Studies Meeting []
    Desc: Attended meeting.
  • Business Education Jam [Other]
    Desc: At Dean Braun's request, I registered to join the program and also encouraged my students to do the same.
  • Mounza, a software []
    Desc: Forwarded information about Mounza (www.Mounza.com) to Prof. Randi Priluck for review. It is an App that deals with employment opportunities, etc. for students. It has been/being used by some schools already. It is free. The person behind the App is indirectly known to me.
  • Pace Indian Students Organization [Attendee, Meeting]
    Desc: Attended the student mixer organized by them.
  • Strategic Planning Committee draft [Other]
    Desc: Reviewed the Lubin Strategic Plan 2014-19 draft prepared by the Strategic Planning Committee
  • Entrepreneurs Roundtable [Attendee, Meeting]
    Desc: Attended a presentation by Mr. Gurbaksh Chahal, Founder & CEO of RadiumOne. Organized by Pace University Entrepreneurship Lab. New York, NY.
  • Corporate Education Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Attended meeting(s), made suggestions, reviewed a few comments and suggestions received from other members of the Committee. I suggested that Lubin School should consider offering executive development programs (1-3 days long) in the various areas of business and management. I provided to the Committee a sample of an executive education program, offered by the NYU Stern in the area of finance for nonfinancial managers. Several universities (including NYU, Columbia, and Rutgers) and other organizations (including the American Management Associations) are regularly offering such programs. I believe that Lubin School is also offering (or have offered) some such programs. The potential for doing more so in the area is huge. Such programs, if offered by Pace, would help it build additional contacts on the one hand; and increase its list of potential donors; on the other.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: The Committee itself is in a developmental stage
  • Executive Development Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Participated in meeting(s), made my comments and suggestions as appropriate; and reviewed comments and suggestions received from other members of the committee.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: The Committee itself is in a developmental stage.
  • Faculty Scholarship Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Attended meetings, made suggestions, reviewed numerous comments and suggestions received from other members of the Committee. One of my suggestions was that the number of top rated journals (A, A-, and B) should have some relationship with the number of faculty members in various departments in the Lubin School. I believe that this suggestion received attention from the Committee.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Preparation of lists of journals; classification of those journals (A, A-, B, etc.)
  • Lubin Dean Review Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Attended several meetings of the Committee; reviewed several comments and suggestions received from the other members of the Committee. Interviewed Prof. Aaron Gottesman, Prof. Rudy Jacobs, and Prof. Mary Long about their comments and suggestions regarding Dean Neil Braun's performance and reappointment; summarized their comments for their (interviewees') approval before forwarding to the Committee.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: ==== Successfully worked toward a well-deserved unanimous vote for the Dean's reappointment.
  • [Other]
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: 1. January 5, 2013: In a memo to Dean Braun, I suggested that funds for Lubin School students' internship program may be raised using a combination of both selective and mass appeal on a regular basis. 2. Shared an article with Dean Braun which, among others, related to the internships and the fair labor standards laws. It dealt with topics such as (a) Appropriateness for a university to compensate its international students to work as interns for some business firms; and (b) What if the American students would like to be compensated likewise? 3. February 22, 2013: I participated in the voting for Lubin Faculty Council Ballot for Board of Trustee main committee and subcommittee nominations.
  • [Other]
    Desc: From: Malinowski, Prof. Carl I. Sent: Monday, April 09, 2012 8:55 AM To: Bhandari, Dr. Narendra C. Subject: RE: Business Ethics: U.S. and India Thank you ________________________________________ From: Bhandari, Dr. Narendra C. Sent: Friday, April 06, 2012 3:41 PM To: Malinowski, Prof. Carl I. Subject: RE: Business Ethics: U.S. and India Dear Dr. Malinowski, Here are some thoughts. Both India and U.S. are democratic societies. Both countries are facing their own degrees and levels of ethical problems. These evils seem to be getting worse, not better. India continues to improve the position of its lower caste people; as the U.S. is trying to improve the situation of its own disadvantaged groups. Both have a long, long way to go. Both countries are distressed by growing amount of corruption. In India, it is so rampant it has become a part of life. It is like a plague that adds its own cost to the total cost of doing business. The corruption has started raising its ugly head in America also; although it has not yet infected its daily routines and requirements. I hope you find this limited amount of information helpful. Best, Narendra ________________________________________ From: Malinowski, Prof. Carl I. Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2012 5:10 PM To: Bhandari, Dr. Narendra C. Subject: research Dear Dr. Bhandari: For a current project, I am asking my Indian colleagues about possible marketing/business ethics differences between the U.S. and India. Do you believe there is a difference? If so, what is the difference and why do you believe it exists? Thanks for your help. Carl Malinowski Marketing ==========
  • [Attendee, Meeting]
    Desc: Attended a lunch meeting with Dean Neil Braun—with some other Lubin School faculty
  • LFC - Corporate Education [Committee Member]
  • LFC - Educational Resources [Committee Member]
  • LFC - Faculty Scholarship [Committee Member]

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

  • University, Miscellaneous Services [Participant]
    Desc: April, 2015 I participated in the Faculty Satisfaction Survey sponsored by the Office of the Provost. ==== April 16, 2015 I, along with some of my students, attended the Eleventh Annual Pace Pitch Contest. ====
  • University, Miscellaneous Services
    Desc: 1. Event: Employee Recognition Awards Ceremony, April 2014. • Participated in the ceremony and received a plaque for 35 years of service to Pace. • Also completed their Qualtrics questionnaire. • Time spent: About an hour. 2. Event: Eat and Greet with the President and Provost, October 6, 2014. • Attended the event. • Time spent: About an hour. 3. Event: Provost Sukhatme's Tea Time, April 24, 2014. • Time spent: About an hour. 4. Item: Associate Provost for Sponsored Research Evaluation Questionnaire sent by the Provost, December 2014. • Time spent: About half an hour or less. 5. Item: Library Books on Reserve, September 2014. • Withdrew the books that I had on reserve that I no longer needed to be there. 6. Event: New York Faculty Council meeting, November 5, 2014. • Attended the meeting. • Time spent: About an hour. 7. Event: NY Faculty Council Meeting, Dec. 3, 2014. • Attended the meeting. • Time spent: About an hour. 8. Item: Voting for the NYFC Distinguished Professor Advisory Committee, May 2014. • Voted.
  • Pace Indian Students Organization [Attendee, Meeting]
    Desc: Attended the invited meeting.
  • Academic Resources Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: I recall attending one meeting of this Committee to discuss its goals.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: The Committee itself appears to be in a developmental stage.
  • [Voting]
    Desc: Voted for candidates on the following committees: Board of Trustees Main Committee Board of Trustees Student Affairs Committee.
  • [Comments on Questionnaire]
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Dr. Denise B. Santiago conducted a survey (April 2013) about the Pace University Diversity Campus Climate. I wrote her to say that there is a problem with the design of the questionnaire. It did not let the respondent skip questions. Some questions have only two options: yes or no. I suggested that each question should have a not applicable option too. She thankfully replied to say that she will keep this suggestion in mind for the future.
  • Joint Faculty Council [Attendee, Meeting]
    Desc: Meeting attended
  • Consul General of India's Reception for Dr. Sukhatme [Attendee, Award Ceremony]
    Desc: Attended reception honoring Dr. Uday Sukhatme
  • Seminar on Sexual Harrassment [Attendee, Meeting]
    Desc: Meeting attended
  • Meeting on Presidential and Vice Presidential Debate Watch [Attendee, Meeting]
    Desc: The meeting about the Presidential and VP Debate Watch Parties, October 3. 2012. I joined the meeting with some of my students. I made a suggestion for holding such a meeting for our students to learn more about the presidential elections. I am sure the organizers of the meeting also got similar suggestion from others.

PUBLIC SERVICE

  • Lubin School of Business, Pace University, New York, USA. [Other Community Service Activities]
    Desc: I am continuing my financial contributions (so far about $1,000+) for the students in need at the Lubin School of Business, Pace University, New York, USA)
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