Assistant Professor of Finance Practice
Research Topics: market microstructure, asset pricing, derivatives, risk management, capital markets, international finance
Associate Dean for Research and PhD Programs
Professor of Management Information Systems
information technology investments, information technology investment risks, information technology investment portfolios, management information systems
Assistant Professor of Finance
Risk management, operational risk, default risk, Value-at-Risk, corporate finance, applications of probability and statistics in finance, stochastic processes.
The Laura J. and L. Douglas Meredith Professor of Teaching Excellence and Associate Professor of Supply Chain
Dr. Kazaz's research interests include the interactions between:
1. supply chain operations (purchasing, production, distribution),
2. marketing (pricing, market segmentation), and
3. finance (managing economic/currency risks, hedging).
Dr. Kazaz is known for his work on managing uncertainty and risk (e.g. exchange-rate fluctuations, supply disruptions, lead-time uncertainty, quality uncertainty, demand fluctuations) in global supply chains. His publications can be found in premier journals, such as Management Science, Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, and Production and Operations Management.
Lumpkin, G. Thomas
The Chris J. Witting Chair in Entrepreneurship
Research Topics: entrepreneurship, opportunity recognition, creativity and entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, sustainable entrepreneurship, innovativeness, risk-taking, competitiveness, autonomy, proactiveness
Clinical Associate Professor of Finance
Research Topics: corporate finance, emerging markets, financial markets and institutions, risk management, project finance, African business intelligence, capacity building in public debt management, and the World Bank