David S. Rubin
Education:A.B.(1965), Mathematics, magna cum laude, Harvard College
M.B.A.(1969) Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago
Ph.D. (1970), Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill:
Kenan-Flagler Business School (1991-)
(Graduate School of Business Administration (1971-1991))
Department of Statistics and Operations Research (2003-)
(Department of Operations Research (1987-2003))
(Curriculum in Operations Research and Systems Analysis (1971-1987))
July 1971-June 1975 Assistant Professor of Business Administration
July 1975-June 1980 Associate Professor of Business Administration
July 1980- Professor of Business Administration
July 1981-June 1985 Coordinator of Quantitative Methods area, School of Business Administration
July 1985-June 1988 Director, Ph.D. Program, School of Business Administration
January 1975-June 1979 and January-June 1982, Director of Admissions, Curriculum in Operations Research
January 1975-June 1985 Director of Graduate Studies, Curriculum in Operations Research
Statistics for Management, with R. I. Levin, (7th ed., Prentice Hall, 1997).
Quantitative Approaches to Management, with R. I. Levin, J. P. Stinson, and E. S. Gardner, jr. (8th ed., McGraw-Hill, 1992).
A Short Course in Business Statistics, with R. I. Levin, (Prentice Hall, 1983).
Applied Elementary Statistics, with R. I. Levin, (Prentice Hall, 1980)
2. REFEREED ARTICLES
“Best-Case and Worst-Case Variances When Bounds are Available for the Distribution Function,” with G. S. Fishman, Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, 29, pp. 35-53, 1998.
“Evaluating Best-Case and Worst-Case Coefficients of Variation When Bounds are Available,” with G. S. Fishman, Probability in the Informational and Engineering Sciences, 6, pp. 309-322, 1992.
“Bounding the Variance in Monte Carlo Experiments,” with G. S. Fishman, Operations Research Letters, 11, pp. 243-248, 1992
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