Dr. Richard Judd

Professor Emeritus, Business Administration
Ph.D. Management, University of Georgia

Recent Courses:

  • BUS 354 – Entrepreneurship,
  • BUS 356 – Franchising,
  • MGT 488 – Strategic Management and Leadership,
  • BUS 501-Business Perspectives,
  • BUS 550-Entrepreneurship

Professional Journal Articles

  • Judd, Richard and McNeil, Ronald, “Large Firms & Small Firms:  Job Quality, Innovation and Economic Development,” Journal of American Academy of Business, Cambridge, Vol. 14, Number 1, September, 2008 pp. 164-171.
  • Judd, R. J. & Ferk, D. (2005) Health Care Resources Allocation: Making the Case for Social Responsibility as Integral to Resource Allocation. The Business Review, 4 (2).


  • Judd, R. J. & Justic R. (2003). Franchizing 3E, Cincinnati, OH: International/Thompson/Dame Publishing Co.
    Conference Presentations
  • Judd R. J. & Ferk, D. (2005). Social Responsibility in a Framework for Resource Allocation Decisions by Health-Care Clinicians in a Managed Care Context. Annual MBAA International Conference.

E-mail: rjudd1@uis.edu
Phone: (217) 206-7918
Office: UHB 4050