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Steven Eriksen

Professor Emeritus

Academic Division: Math & Science
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Bio

Dr. Eriksen has taught at Boston University, Northeastern University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and University of Massachusetts at Boston. He has extensive consulting experience primarily in the areas of transportation logistics, retail banking, and consumer product management. His current research interests are applied integer programming modeling and regression analysis.

Academic Degrees

  • Ph D, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • MBA, Boston University
  • BS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Academic Interests

Management Education

Courses

Degree Courses 2015-2016
  • QTM 1010: QM FOR BUSINESS ANALYTICS II
  • QTM 3675: PROBABILITY FOR RISK MANAGEMENT

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Eriksen, S.E., Dambolena , I., Eriksen , S., Kopsco , D. (2009). An Intuitive Introduction to Hypothesis Testing. INFORMS Transactions on Education, 9(2), 53-62.
  • Kopcso, D.P., Eriksen, S.E., Dambolena , (2009). An Intuitive Introduction to Hypothesis Testing . INFORMS Transactions on Education, 9(2), 53-62.
  • Eriksen, S.E., Dambolena , I., Kopsco , D. (2009). Logarithmic Transformations in Regression: Do You Transform Back Correctly?. PRIMUS, 19(3), 280-295.
  • Kopcso, D.P., Eriksen, S.E., Dambolena , (2009). Logarithmic Transformations in Regression: Do Your Students Transform Back Properly? . PRIMUS, 19(3), 280-295.
  • Eriksen, S.E. (2009). Our Passion for Optimality . PRIMUS, 19(4), 396-400.

Presentations

  • Our Passion for Optimality
    Eriksen, S. Our Passion for Optimality , San Diego, CA, USA (2007)
  • The Pan-Massachusetts Challenge
    Eriksen, S. The Pan-Massachusetts Challenge , Baltimore, MD, USA (2007)
  • Transportation Problems with Piecewise Linear Cost Structures
    Eriksen, S. Transportation Problems with Piecewise Linear Cost Structures , Denver, CO, USA (2004)