Anshuman Khare, Athabasca University

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Professor Athabasca, Alberta anshuman.khare@fb.athabascau.ca Office: (780) 418-7533

Bio/Research

Dr. Anshuman Khare holds a PhD from the University of Allahabad (India). He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree before going on to get his Master of Business Administration with a specialization in Operations Research (OR), also from the University of Allahabad (India).

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Bio/Research

Dr. Anshuman Khare holds a PhD from the University of Allahabad (India). He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree before going on to get his Master of Business Administration with a specialization in Operations Research (OR), also from the University of Allahabad (India).

Earlier in his academic career, Dr. Khare worked as a Research Scientist (Management) for the University Grants Commission, India at the Motilal Nehru Institute of Research and Business Administration, University of Allahabad (India). He currently teaches courses in operations management, (including supply chain management, innovation & technology management) and sustainable development.

Dr. Khare joined Athabasca University in January 2000 after finishing his term as a Research Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung at the Johannes-Gutenberg Universität Mainz, Mainz, Germany where his research focused on changing operations management strategies due to increasing awareness about climate change and emergence of regulations to mitigate climate change in the European Union (with special focus on automobile industry). Dr. Khare continues to work on similar themes in different industries in Canada and around the globe. Dr. Khare has availed of two fellowships from the Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung in 1998-2000 and 2007-2008.

Earlier, Dr. Khare completed his post-doctoral research at Ryukoku University, Kyoto, Japan on Japanese Government’s Monbusho Scholarship (1995-97). The main theme of his research was the Just-in-Time business philosophy and responsible manufacturing. Sub-themes included cutting waste and increasing efficiency and resource use in the automobile industry.


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