Since virtually all business decisions have a financial dimension, an understanding of the financial implications of a decision is crucial for effective management. Our program, ranked No. 11 in the country by College Factual, helps Finance students develop a problem-solving, decision analysis framework centered around value creation and serving the consumer.
- N. Asli Ascioglu - Professor
- Mara Derderian - Lecturer
- Maura Ann Dowling - Lecturer
- A. Can Inci - Professor
- David C. Ketcham - Associate Professor
- Jeffrey Koplik - Lecturer
- Hsi-Cheng Li - Professor
- David Louton - Professor
- Kevin J. Maloney - Visiting Professor
- Joseph McCarthy - Professor
- Peter Joseph Nigro - Professor
- Andres Ramirez - Professor
- Joseph Santarlasci - Lecturer
- Hakan Saraoglu - Professor
- Jack W. Trifts - Professor
- Elizabeth Yobaccio - Professor
- Ying (Cathy) Zheng - Assistant Professor
David LoutonProfessor, Finance
Faculty Suite G
- Financial Planners Association
- CFA Institute - Providence
- Academy of Financial Services
- Eastern Finance Association
- American Finance Association
- Financial Management Association
- 2013, Best Paper Award
- 2008, Best Paper Award
Ascioglu, N., Louton, D., Holowczak, R., Saraoglu, H., The Evolution of Market Share Among the U.S. Options Market Platforms., The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance.
Saraoglu, H., McCarthy, J., Rush, S., Sosa, O., Louton, D., Tactical Asset Allocation for U.S. Pension Investors: How Tactical Should the Plan Be?, Journal of Asset Management.
Saraoglu, H., Ascioglu, N., Holowczak, R., Louton, D., Competition and Innovation in Option Market Models, Journal of Trading, 2015.
Saraoglu, H., Holowczak, R., Louton, D., Institutional Impact and Quote Behavior Implications of the Options Penny Pilot Project, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, 2014.
Saraoglu, H., Louton, D., How Many Mutual Funds Are Needed to Form a Well Diversified Asset Allocated Portfolio?, Journal of Investing, 2008.