Amrik Singh, PhD
Joy Burns Center 332
Associate Professor
Fritz Knoebel School of Hospitality Management
Amrik Singh

Biography at a Glance

Amrik Singh has been an assistant professor for the Daniels College of Business School of Hotel, Restaurant & Tourism Management since 2006. Previously, he held academic positions with North Dakota State University, Penn State and the University of Utah. He received his PhD from Pennsylvania State University in 2004.


  • PhD, Hotel, Restaurant, & Institutional Management, Pennsylvania State University
  • MS, Hotel Administration, University of Nevada
  • BS, Recreation and Leisure, University of Utah

Academic Positions Held

  • Assistant Professor, Daniels College of Business
  • Assistant Professor, North Dakota State University
  • Instructor, Pennsylvania State University
  • Instructor, University of Utah

Academic Professional Activities

  • Singh, Amrik (2009). The Relation between Interest Rate Derivatives, Debt Maturity Structure and Exposure in the Lodging Industry. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, 33(3): 391–416
  • Singh, Amrik (2009). The Interest Rate Exposure of Lodging Firms. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 28(1): 135–143
  • Singh, Amrik and Arun Upneja (2008). The Determinants of the Decision to Use Financial Derivatives in the Lodging Industry. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, 32(4): 423–447

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