Anand G. Shetty
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|Andrew W. Braunstein (PhD, Rutgers University, Economics)
Research interests include applied statistical analysis, econometrics, and executive compensation. Teaches courses in Statistics, Quantitative Methods, and Business Economics.
|Matthew Carey (MBA, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern Univ.)
Research interests include financial markets, fixed income securities and global interest rates and flows. Teaches classes in International Business and capital markets technology. Also works closely with all Hagan School of Business students and faculty as Director of Center for Financial Markets Studies and the LaPenta-Lynch Trading Floor.
|Joseph W. Ford (PhD, Fordham University, Economics)
Research interests include business and society linkages, macroeconomics, business history, and economic systems. Teaches courses in Business Environment and Economics.
|Ning Gao (PhD, University of Pittsburgh, Finance)
Research and teaching expertise includes empirical research in corporate finance and investments. Her recent interests include corporate outsourcing, proxy fights, seasoned equity offering and stock repurchases. She is a member of the American Finance Association and Financial Management Association.
|Moonsoo Kang (PhD, University of Colorado)
Research areas are asset pricing, market microstructure, and corporate finance. His teaching interests include corporate finance, financial markets and institutions, and investments.
|Steve L. Kroleski (JD, St. John's University Law School)
Teaches courses in Business and Environmental law, as well as Real Estate, Criminal, Tort, Matrimonial and Family Laws as relates to everyday life. His trial experience in civil and criminal courts, both federal and state. Prepared appeals and briefs Appellate Term, Appellate Division and Court of Appeals for the State of New York. He is moderator of the ZKX Fraternity and actively involved in New Rochelle youth programs (baseball, soccer and hockey). Has twenty years experience in the practice of law.
|NyoNyo A. Kyaw (PhD, Kent State University, Finance)
Research interests include (International) Corporate Finance, Capital Structure, Payout Policies, and Agency Theory. Teaches courses in Financial Management and Financial Markets and Institutions.
|Vincent Maher (JD, CUNY Law School)
Professor Vincent Maher has a variety of degrees and broad based legal, health care and non profit sector based professional experiences that he brings to the classroom and to his research interests that examine the interface of law, ethics, health care, political economics and public policy.
|George A. Mangiero (PhD, New York University, Finance)
Research interests include financial management, corporate finance, derivative securities (financial futures, options and swaps), portfolio management, computer/statistical models and their financial applications. Teaches courses in Financial Management, Derivative Securities, and Financial Models.
|John F. Manley (PhD, Rutgers University, Finance)
Research interests include mergers and acquisition, firm specialization, international financial management decision processes, total quality management, and educational and ethical issues in business finance curriculums. Teaches courses in Financial Management, Global Finance, and Investments. He is also the Program Chair of IBEC 2005.
|Eleni Mariola (PhD, Rutgers University, Finance)
Research interests include corporate governance, financial distress, and working capital management. Teaches courses in Investments, Fixed Income Securities, and Short-Term Financial Management.
|Eric Moscato, Clinical Lecturer
Primary courses taught include Financial Institutions, Markets & Money and Global Finance. Has also taught courses in Investment Analysis and Corporate Finance. Teaching interests include relating personal finance topics to all areas of finance as well as portfolio construction and security selection. Recent areas of research have included security and privacy issues related to international banks as well as how to implement distance learning and other technology into the classroom experience. Also works closely with all Hagan School of Business students within the Honor's Program.
|J. L. Yranski Nasuti (LLM, Columbia University; JD, Boston University)
Teaches courses in the Legal Environment of Business, Business Organizations, Employment Law and Immigration Law. Research interests include Constitutional Law and its impact on business, Employment Law, Immigration Law and Legal Ethics. She is also a facilitator and mentor in the Iona College Honors Program and is involved in developing service learning courses for undergraduates. She is a member of the Connecticut Bar and New York State Bar.
|Patrick Reville (JD, Fordham School of Law)
Teaches Business Law and the Legal Environment. Represents indigent criminal defendents thru the 18-B Assigned Counsel Program, is a Justice of the Peace in Ridgefield, CT and also serves as Small Claims Court Arbitrator for the New Rochelle City Court.
|Anand G. Shetty (PhD, University of Pittsburgh, International Finance)
Research interests include currency markets and exchange risk, international investments, international financial management issues, mergers and acquisitions, and emerging markets. Teaches courses in International Financial Management, Investments, and Global Financial Markets.
|Francis J. McGrath, Professor Emeritus (PhD, Fordham University, Financial Economics)
Research interests include financial markets, investments, and mergers and acquisitions. Teaches courses in Financial Markets, Principles of Finance, and Economics.
|Charles F. O'Donnell, Professor Emeritus (PhD, Fordham University, Economics)
E-mail: email@example.com Research interests include social security, monetary and fiscal policy, economics of government, economics of private pensions. Teaches courses in Economics, Public Policy and Introduction to Business.