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Meera Behera

Dr. Meera R. Behera.

Assistant Professor of Finance

School:

School of Business and Digital Media

Department:

Business

Office Location:

Farley Center, Room # 312

Office Hours:

  • Tuesday: 9:45 PM-11:45 PM 
  • Thursday: 9:45 PM-11:45 PM 

Educational Background

  • Ph.D. in Finance, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA
  • M.S. in Global Finance, The New School, New York, USA
  • Ph.D. in Physics, Berhampur University, India
  • M. Phil. in Physics, Berhampur University, India
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications, Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology, India
  • M.Sc. in Physics, Utkal University, India

Professional Experience

  • Assistant Professor of Finance, Georgian Court University, New Jersey, July 2019 – Present
  • PTL – Finance, Rutgers Business School, New Jersey, 2012 – 2019
  • Adjunct Professor of Finance, Bloomfield College, New Jersey, 2018
  • Adjunct Professor of Finance, Seton Hall University, New Jersey, 2017 – 2018
  • Teaching Assistant, Rutgers Business School, New Jersey, 2009 – 2010
  • Research Associate Professor, Norfolk State University, Virginia, 2007 – 2008
           

Research / Creativity Interest Area

  • Meera Behera, Vikram Nanda and Oded Palmon,” Disciplinaryshocks: say-on-pay and the role of large shareholders”, Review of Quantitative finance and Accounting, 59(4): 1-47, (2022)
  • Khendum Choden and Meera R Behera,”An empirical study on the perception of students enrolled in business Programs towards online courses and engagement strategies during COVID-19″, Journal of Business, Vol 06, Issue 03, 1-26, (2021)
  • Meera Behera, Vikram Nanda and Oded Palmon, “Determinants and Impact of Say-on-Pay Vote”, Preceding 26th Annual Pacific Basin Finance, Economics, Accounting and Management Conference, Page 49, (2018)
  •  S. N. Jena, M.R. Behera, and S. Panda. “Contributions of the pion-cloud to the magnetic moments of nucleon octet in a relativistic quark model,”  International Journal of Modern Physics E, Vol. 7, 425-440, (1998)
  • S. N. Jena, M.R. Behera, and S. Panda. “Mass Spectrum of the ground-state baryons in a chiral quark model,” Journal of Physics G, Number 6, Vol. 24, 1089-1103 (1998)
  • S. N. Jena and M.R. Behera. “Electromagnetic form factors and static properties of the nucleons in a chiral symmetric quark model,” International Journal of Modern Physics E, Vol. 7, 69-88 (1998)
  • S. N. Jena and M.R. Behera. “Weak form factors for semi-leptonic transitions of baryons in a relativistic potential model of independent quarks,” International Journal of Physics A, Vol. 12, 3249-3258 (1997)
  •  S. N. Jena, M.R. Behera, and S. Panda. “Mass and decay constant of the ( q q bar ) pion in a relativistic potential model of independent quarks,” Pramana –Journal of Physics, 51, 711-725 (1998)
  • S.N. Jena, M.R. Behera, and S. Panda. “Ground-state baryon masses in an equally mixed scalar-vector linear potential model,” Physical Review D, Vol. 55, 291-298 (1997)
  • S. N. Jena and M.R. Behera. “Electromagnetic form factors of nucleons in a relativistic square-root potential model of independent quarks” Pramana –Journal of Physics, Vol. 47, 233-248 (1996)
  •  S. N. Jena and M.R. Behera. “S-wave baryons in an equally mixed scalar-vector square root potential model of independent quarks.” Pramana –Journal of Physics, Vol. 44, 357-374 (1995)

Additional Information

Industry Experience:
  • ReMax Real Estate Associate, New Jersey, 2008 – 2015
Volunteer:
  • Jersey Cares, Livingston, New Jersey
  • https://www.jerseycares.org/
  • Siridi Sai Cultural & Community Center, Iselin, New Jersey
  • Kalamandir Music School, Plainsboro, New Jersey

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