Associate Professor of Political Science
Cedar City, UT, UNITED STATES
Specializing in neoliberalism, political education programs, and the Deming system of profound knowledge
Ph.D., Political Science and Public Policy
M.A., Public Policy
Graduate Certification, Tertiary Education
B. A., Political Science, College of Honors
Presented by his Excellency Suslio Bambang Yudhoyono, President of Indonesia
Grace A. Tanner Center, Southern Utah University, 2018
Southern Utah University, 2016
California State University, Northridge, 2002
St George News online
Understanding the value and impact of the Deming System of Profound Knowledge, Ravi Roy, the director of the Deming Incubator, established a partnership with the W. Edwards Deming Institute in 2017.view more
The Independent: A Voice for Utah online
Understanding the value and impact of the Deming System of Profound Knowledge, Ravi Roy, the director of the W. Edwards Deming Incubator for Quality, Innovation, and Leadership, established a partnership with the W. Edwards Deming Institute in 2017.view more
SUU News online
Southern Utah University continues to implement experiential and innovative research-based teaching and learning initiatives in the classroom. Understanding the value and impact of the Deming System of Profound Knowledge, Dr. Ravi Roy, assistant professor of political science at SUU, has established a partnership with the W. Edwards Deming Institute.view more
The W. Edwards Deming Institute Blog online
In this Deming podcast Ravi Roy discusses teaching Deming’s ideas at Southern Utah University. (download the podcast). Dr. Roy is Professor of Public Administration for Southern Utah University and a Research Fellow with The Deming Institute.view more
The Oxford Handbook of Global Studies
Ravi K Roy, Thomas D Willett
The financial sector has traditionally been responsible for performing a range of essential functions generally associated with deposit-taking and lending by banks for productive uses.view more
Journal of Developing Societies
Parkes Riley, Ravi K. Roy
India is corrupt, but according to Transparency International, it is less so than it used to be and less so than many similar countries. People often blame India’s corruption on the system of business licensing that prevailed from the 1950s through the 1980s, but Pakistan, even without such a system, has been rated higher in corruption. Significantly, India’s nationalist movement was often moralistic, especially because of the influence of Mahatma Gandhi. Gandhian traditions have lingered and affected anticorruption drives in 1974–1975 and in 2011 and after. Corruption continues in India for several reasons, including ingrained habits, the pervasiveness of the government, the opportunities for crony capitalism that have come with liberalization, and a loss of civic faith. At least in its more obvious forms, corruption may slowly fade, because India does have civic traditions, and because there is a revulsion against it that has inspired both protest activities and electoral campaigns.view more
International Journal of Political Economy
Thomas R. Rochon, Ravi Roy
This is a foundation course that provides an overview of the MPA program and introduces students to the public administration profession. Students learn about MPA curriculum, areas of emphasis, and the experiential learning requirements.
Topics vary each semester but generally focus on current issues related to administration, policy, and theoretical foundations for contemporary issues in public administration.
This course provides graduate students with the opportunity to do extended readings on a specialized public administration topic.
Students demonstrate knowledge and competencies acquired in previous MPA coursework by completing a capstone project. Students map a personal career path and create a plan to strengthen and maintain the competencies for lifelong learning.