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Gurmeet Singh


Professor and Head 

Graduate School of Business and Director, MBA Programme

Faculty of Business & Economics

The University of the South Pacific, Fiji

Professor Gurmeet Singh is Head Graduate School of Business and Director of MBA Programme at the University of the South Pacific in Fiji. Prior to this he was Associate Dean Research, Postgraduate Affairs and Internationalisation for seven years in the Faculty of Business and Economic. Prior to joining USP he has worked as an Assistant Professor in Management at Addis Ababa University Business School in Ethiopia. Professor Singh has published more than 120 articles in leading International journals and International conferences including more than 60 articles in ABDC, SJR and other ranked international journals. He serves on the editorial board of many international journals. Some of these are top ranked international journals. He was editor of Journal of Pacific Studies (2010-2017) an ABDC ranked Journal. At present he is an Associate Editor for Journal of Global Marketing (Taylor Francis journal) ranked by ABDC. Professor Singh also serves as section editor for the Australasian Journal of Information Systems an A ranked by ABDC. He is the recipient of 2008 “Japan’s outstanding research on development Award” at the 10th Annual Global Development Conference.  This prestigious international award carried citation as well as cash prize of US$ 35,000. He is also the recipient of Amity Academic Excellence Award for 2016 for excellent academic background and contribution in the field of education and research. He has done a number of consulting projects for Training and Productivity Authority of Fiji (TPAF), Fiji Public Service Commission and PICPA.He has won research funding worth half a million FJD from major funding agencies including PARDI, GDN, ODN and USP SRT funding. His current research interests include Small businesses, Social Entrepreneurship, Project Management, business ethics, Food security and Food consumption behavior, e-Governance for improving service quality, open innovation and service operations management.