Alexander Pevec

Education

B.Sc. - Honours (University of Toronto, Canada)
MBA (York University, Canada)
DPA (Nova Southeastern University, U.S)
Teaching areas: Management, Quantitative Methods

Professional Experiences

Academic Experience

University Professor
Faculty of Management, Vancouver Island University, Canada

Professor
Ryerson University, Canada

Instructor/Program Coordinator
DeVry Institute of Technology, Canada

Industrial Experience

Business System Analyst
A.T. & T. Capital Canada

Business Analyst
Information Resource Specialist
Northern Telecom Canada

Information System Specialist
Scotiabank, Canada

Programmer Analyst
Canada Life Assurance Company

Publications

Pevec, Alexander Michael, “Refining an Education Pricing Model”, International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 1, 2005, pp39-46

Pevec, Alexander, “Towards Developing an Educational Pricing Model”, The Hawaii International Conference on Business, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 2005

Pevec Alexander, Marusic Juraj, “Investment Value and the Time Value of Money, Managing Investment Construction Abroad”, Council of Civil Engineers & Technicians of Yugoslavia, Arandelovac Yugoslavia, November 1989, pp 122-128

Pevec Alexander, Marusic Juraj,  “Project Evaluation and Risk Analysis, Managing Investment Construction Abroad”,  Council of Civil Engineers & Technicians of Yugoslavia, Arandelovac Yugoslavia, November 1989, pp 114-121

Conference Presentations

Pevec Alexander, “Refining an Educational Pricing Model”, American Society for Public Administration, Denver, Colorado, April 2006

Pevec Alexander, “Refining an Educational Pricing Model”, The International Conference on Knowledge, Culture, and Change in Organizations, Rhodes Greece, July 2005

Pevec Alexander, “The challenge of engaging various student groups with on-line content”, Association for Media and Technology in Education in Canada (AMTEC) , May 2004

Pevec Alexander, “The challenge of engaging marginal students with on-line content”, McGraw Hill-Ryerson conference on Technology and Learning, February 2004

Pevec Alexander, “Whom are we Teaching: The effect of on-line content on classroom attendance”, McGraw Hill – Ryerson conference on Technology and Learning, November 2003

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