- School of Business
- IU Kokomo
Main Building, KO 188
Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) Argosy University, Chicago, 2012 Major: Accounting; Minor: Management Dissertation Topic: Analysis of the Relationship between Firm Performance and CEO Compensation in United State Fortune 500 Companies.
Master of Public Administration (MPA) Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana, 2000. Thesis Topic: An Analysis of Public Administrators’ Perception of Managerial Training
Master of Business Administration (MBA) University of Benin, Nigeria, 1995. Thesis Topic: A Comparative Analysis of Motivational Activities in Universal Investment and Development Company PLC and Bendel Insurance Company Limited.
Master of Arts in Economics (M.A.) University of Ibadan, Nigeria, 1987 Thesis Topic: Foreign Capital Inflow and Economic Development: The Nigerian Case
B.Sc. Honors in Statistics University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 1984
My teaching is student-centered. To support this philosophy, I make my classes and assignments accessible; align assessments with learning objectives; use a variety of methods to engage students, create active learning, and challenge students to think critically; and to assess learning. I also relate course content to other several disciplines.
R., Edoho, F., and Dibie, J. (2018). “Capacity Building and Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa”. In Valentine James edited. Capacity Building for Sustainable Development. Wallington, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom: CAB International Press.
Dibie, R., and Dibie, J. (2017). “Analysis of the Paralysis of Government Leadership in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Africa’s Public Service Delivery and Performance Review. Vol 5, no. 1, pp. 150-167.
Dibie, R., and Dibie. J. (2017). “Business and Government Relations in Kenya.” In Business and Government Relations in Africa Robert Dibie edited. New York: Routledge Press.
Dibie, R., and Dibie. J. (2017). “Business and Government Relations in Ethiopia.” In Business and Government Relations in Africa Robert Dibie edited. New York: Routledge Press.
Dibie, R., Edoho, F. M. and Dibie. J. (2015). “Analysis of Capacity Building and Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa.” International Journal of Business and Social Science, Vol. 6, no.12, pp. 1-25.
Dibie , J., Dibie, R. and Sam-Okere, R. (2015). “Analysis of Diversity Management and Gender Policies in the Public Sector and NGOs of Nigeria.” Journal of Business and Economic Policy. Vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 1-20.
Dibie, J. (2011). “Financial and Economic Incentives, Staff Participation and Withdrawal in Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in Jamaica.” Journal of International Politics andDevelopment, Vol. 9, No. 2, 51-64.
Dibie, J. and Dibie. R. (2012). “Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and the Economic and Social Empowerment of Women in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Journal of African and Asian Studies Volume 11, No. 1. Pp. 21-43.
Dibie, J. and R. Dibie. (2008). “Motivation and Volunteerism in NGOs in Ghana and Nigeria,” in NGOs and Sustainable Development in Sub-Saharan Africa ed. Robert Dibie. (Lexington Books, 121-137.
Dibie, J. (2018). “Did That Really Get the Attention of Students? Paper presented at the 2018 FALCON Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, November 9-10
Dibie, J. (2017). “Student Feedback: What will I do Without it?” Paper presented at the Academy of Business Research Conference, San Antonio, Texas, November 1-3.
Dibie, J. (2015). “Analysis of the Relationship between Chief Executive Officers (CEO) Compensation and Business Performance in United States Fortune 500 companies.” Paper presented at the Academy of Business Research, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 25-27.
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