Welcome to Praveen Parboteeah’s Website
Professor Parboteeah is the COBE Distinguished Professor and Director of the Doctorate of Business Administration program. He teaches in the areas of business policy and strategy, business ethics, international management, and scientific method in business at undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels. He has received numerous teaching awards and is included in multiple editions of Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers and is a University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Master Teacher and Teaching Scholar.
He has published over 50 publications in the field’s top journals such as the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of International Business Studies, and Organization Science. He reviews regularly for many of the field’s top journals and is a member of the editorial board of Journal of International Business Studies and Management International Review. He is also a senior editor at the Journal of Business Ethics, the leading business ethics journal.
Parboteeah has received many research awards including the Ascendant Scholar Award from the Western Academy of Management and the 2015 Research Award in the College of Business & Economics. In a recent ranking of business ethics scholars, Parboteeah was ranked 8th in the world for his publications in the field’s leading journals. He is also among only two faculty members to win the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater Research Award twice.
Most recently, Parboteeah was selected as the plenary speaker at the 2018 International Conference of the Mauritian Academic Diaspora. The conference was organized in the context of Mauritius’ 50th Independence Anniversary celebrations.
Parboteeah has been very involved on the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater campus. He has served on numerous committees in various leadership capacities. Parboteeah’s academic and practical experience has also been very instrumental in developing the only doctorate on the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater campus, namely the Doctor of Business Administration. His practical experience with other doctoral programs has helped develop a strong curriculum that allows students with significant practical experience to learn about superior research methodologies to solve practical problems. The program will soon welcome its sixth cohort under Parboteeah’s leadership.