Stephen Andriole
thomas g. labrecque professor of business, accountancy & information systems


Bartley Hall Rm 3055


Accountancy


800 Lancaster Avenue


Villanova, PA 19085



Email: stephen.andriole@villanova.edu


Phone: (610) 519-5913


www.homepage.villanova.edu/stephen.andriole



Education:


BS, LaSalle University, 1971


MA, University of Maryland, 1973


PhD, University of Maryland, 1974







Publications:


  • Andriole, S. 2011. IT's All About the People. New York, NY and Oxford, UK: Auerbach Publishing

  • Andriole, S. 2008. Best Practices in Business Technology Management.New York, NY and Oxford, UK: Auerbach Publishing.

  • Andriole, S. 2008. Technology Due Diligence: Best Practices for CIOs, Venture Capitalists & Technology Vendors. Hershey, PA: IGI Publishing Group.

  • Andriole, S. 2005. The 2nd Digital Revolution: Conversations About Business Technology Convergence. Hershey, PA: IGI Publishing Group.

  • Andriole, S. 2007. "Mining for Digital Gold: Technology Due Diligence for CIOs. " Communications of the AIS20.

  • Andriole, Stephen. "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Technology Leaders. " Communications of the ACM50 (2007):67 -72

  • Andriole, Stephen. "Business Technology Leadership in the 21st Century: Lessons from the Corporate Trenches. "The Cutter IT Journal: The Journal of Information Technology Management20 (2007):17-23

  • Andriole, Stephen. "Collaborate/Integrate: Business Technology Strategy for the 21st Century. "Communications of the ACM49 (2006):85-90

  • Andriole, Stephen. "Herding 3,000 Cats: Remote Access in the Real Estate Industry." Journal of Information Technology Cases8 (2006):1-10

  • Andriole, Stephen. "Business Technology Education in the Early 21st Century: The Ongoing Quest for Relevance. "Journal of Information Technology Education5 (2006):1-12

  • Andriole, Stephen., and Robert Nydick. "Business Technology Operations Management. " INFORMS Transactions on Education6 (2005):13 -20

  • Andriole, Stephen. "M&A Technology Due Diligence: A Framework for Assessing the Good, the Bad & the Ugly. "The Cutter IT Journal: The Journal of Information Technology Management18 (2005):16 -23



  • Andriole, Stephen. "Business - Technology Transformation Trends: Where 's IT All Going. " The Cutter IT Journal: The Journal of Information Technology Management17 (2004):33-39

  • Andriole, S. "Managing Technology in a 2.0 World," IEEE ITProfessional, 2011

  • Andriole, S. "Living on the Web: Personal & Professional Digital Convergence," IEEE ITProfessional, 2011

  • Andriole, S. "Taking IT to the Board: What Boards of Directors Should Know About Information Technology," Journal of Corporate Boards, 2011

  • Andriole, S. "Business Technology Strategy in the Early 21st Century: Optimization Through Rationalization," Journal of Information Technology Research, 2010

  • Andriole, S. "Technology Strategy in the Turbulent Real Estate Industry: Investing in a Digital Future When No One is Buying Houses" (with Charlton Monsanto), Journal of Information Technology Research, 2010

  • Andriole, S. "Technology Strategy at PJM Interconnection: Delivering Electricity Through Information Technology" (with Nora Swimm), Journal of Information Technology Research, 2010

  • Andriole, S. "Technology Strategy at Rohm and Haas: Raising the Bar from Operational Excellence to Strategic Influence" (with Anne Wilms), Journal of Information Technology Research, 2010

  • Andriole, S. "CIOs Past, Present & Future," The Cutter IT Journal: The Journal of Information Technology Management, January 2010

  • Andriole, S. "Cloud Computing," The Cutter IT Journal: The Journal of Information Technology Management, July 2009

  • Andriole, S. "Sourcing with Style," The Cutter IT Journal: The Journal of Information Technology Management, June 2009

  • Andriole, S. "Boards of Directors and IT: The Surprising State of the Practice," Communications of the AIS, December 2008

  • Andriole, S. "Relevance in Technology Education Curriculum," Communications of the ACM, August 2008






Honors and Awards:

Thomas G. Labrecque Endowed Professorship, Villanova University, September 2001
Lifetime Achievement Award for Contributions to Information Technology, ITEC, May, 1999
George Mason Institute (GMI) Endowed Chair of Information Technology, George Mason University, 1987
Charter Member, Senior Executive Service (SES), U.S. Department of Defense, 1979
Meritorious Civilian Service Award, Office of the U.S. Secretary of Defense, 1979
NDEA Fellowship, University of Maryland, 1971 – 1974








  • Specialties:

    Cloud Computing; Social Media; Emerging Technology Trends; Technology Due Diligence; Business Technology Strategy; Business Technology Management; Technology Governance; Business Technology Organization; The Business Value of Technology; Technology Performance Management; IT Transformation



  • Research:

    Business Technology Management & Optimization; The Organization of Business Technology; Web 2.0 for Corporate Productivity; Cloud Computing; Social Media; Business Technology Leadership; Business Technology Strategy; Technology Education



  • Courses Taught:

    Business Technology Management; Business Technology Optimization; Business Technology Architecture; Business Technology Strategy; Data Communications; Project Management; Corporate Strategy; Strategic Alliances; Innovation & Entrepreneurialism



  • Non-Academic Positions:

    Founder & Managing Director, TechVestCo, 2001 - present; Co-Founder & Manager Director, The Acentio Group, LLC, 2008 - present; Co-Founder & Principal, Ascendigm, June 2002 to 2006; Chief Technology Officer & Senior Vice President, Safeguard Scientifics Inc., 1997-2000; Principal, TL Ventures, 1997-1999; Chief Technology Officer & Senior Vice President for Information Strategy, CIGNA Corporation, 1994-1997; Founder, CEO and Chief Scientist, International Information Systems Inc., 1979-2000; Visiting Scientist, Human Affairs Research Center (HARC), Battelle Memorial Institute,1981-1982; Director, Cybernetics Technology Office, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), 1978-1979; Research Analyst, Decisions and Designs, Inc., 1976-1977



  • Additional Information:

    At VSB Since 2001





Scott Dressler
associate professor, economics


Bartley Hall Rm 3055


Accountancy


800 Lancaster Avenue


Villanova, PA 19085



Email: scott.dressler@villanova.edu



Phone: (610) 519-5934


www.homepage.villanova.edu/stephen.andriole



Education:

BA, SUNY Buffalo, 1997;


MA, University of Pittsburgh, 2001;


PhD, University of Texas at Austin, 2004







Publications:


  • Dressler, Scott. "Money Holdings, Inflation, and Welfare in a Competitive Market." International Economic Review, 2011.

  • Dressler, Scott. "Business Cycle Asymmetries via Occasionally Binding International Borrowing Constraints."Journal of Macroeconomics, 2011.

  • Dressler, Scott. "Economies of Scale in Banking, Indeterminacy, and Monetary Policy." Economic Inquiry, 2011.

  • With C. Dave. "Technology Shocks, Capital Utilizations, and Sticky Prices." Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control , 2010.

  • With V. Li. "Inside Money, Credit, and Investment."Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, 33(4), 2009.

  • With J. Heck and P. Zaleski. "Leading Institutional Contributers to the Elite Economic Journals." Applied Economics 41(17), 2009.

  • Dressler, Scott. "The Cyclical Effects of Monetary Policy Regimes." International Economic Review 42 (2007): 551-73.

  • With E. Brandt and E. Quintin. "The Real Effects of Financial Crises." Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Economic and Financial Policy Review, 3(1), 2004.







Honors and Awards:

The McDonough Family Faculty Award, 2010; Research Fellowship, Villanova School of Business, 2007, 2008, and 2009; Summer Research Fellowship, Villanova University, 2008; Dissertation Fellowship, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, 2001; Richard Thorn Excellence in Teaching Award, University of Pittsburgh, 2001; Ruben E. Slesinger Memorial Fellowship, University of Pittsburgh, 1999; High Honors (Economics), SUNY Buffalo, 1997








  • Specialties:

    Monetary Economics; Business Cycles



  • Research:

    Monetary Theory, Monetary Policy, Business Cycles



  • Courses Taught:

    Introduction to Macroeconomics; Macroeconomic Theory II; Introduction to Econometrics; Time Series & Applied Business Forecasting; Analyzing and Leveraging Data



  • Non-Academic Positions:

    American Economic Association Member, 2004-Present



  • Additional Information:

    At VSB Since 2001





Ronald P. Hill
richard j. and barbara naclerio endowed chair in business
faculty director, center for church management & business ethics
professor, marketing & business law



Bartley Hall Rm 3073


Marketing


800 Lancaster Avenue


Villanova, PA 19085



Email: stephen.andriole@villanova.edu



Phone: (610) 519-5913



www.homepage.villanova.edu/stephen.andriole



Education:

Ph.D., University of Maryland, 1984;


MBA, University of Maryland, 1978;


BS, University of Maryland, 1976







Publications:

  • With Stephen Mahar, Daniel Wright, and Kurt Bretthauer (2014), “Optimizing Marketer Costs and Consumer Benefits Across ‘Clicks’ and ‘Bricks,’” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 42 (6), 619-641. With Scott Newbert (2014), “Setting the Stage for Paradigm Development: A ‘Small Tent” Approach to Social Entrepreneurship,” Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, 5 (3), 243-269. With Justine Rapp (2014), “Codes of Ethical Conduct: A Bottom-up Approach,” Journal of Business Ethics, 123 (September), 621-630. With Lan Chaplin and Debbie John (2014), “Poverty and Materialism: A Look at Impoverished Versus Affluent Children,” Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, 33 (Spring), 78-92. With Kelly Martin (2014), “Broadening the Paradigm of Marketing as Exchange: A Public Policy and Marketing Perspective,” Journal of Public Policy & Marketing,” 33 (Spring), 17-33. With Colin Gabler and Katy Nagy (2014), “Causes and Consequences of Abusive Supervision in Sales Management: A Tale of Two Perspectives,” Psychology & Marketing, 31 (4), 278-293. With Michael Capella (2014), “Impoverished Consumers, Catholic Social Teaching, and Distributive Justice,” Journal of Business Research, 67 (2), 32-41.





Honors and Awards:

2013 American Marketing Association Marketing and Society Special Interest Group Lifetime Achievement Award; 2013 Alan N. Nash Distinguished Doctoral Graduate Award, Smith School of Business, University of Maryland at College Park; 2012 Williams—Qualls—Spratlen Multicultural Mentoring Award of Excellence sponsored by the American Marketing Association; Ph.D. Project and Marketing Doctoral Student Association Award for Outstanding Service, Leadership, and Commitment to the Marketing Profession, 2012; Recipient, 2012 Villanova University Outstanding Faculty Research Award; Awarded the 2010 Pollay Prize from the University of British Columbia Sauder School of Business; Center for Global Leadership 2007-2008 Research Excellence Award recipient; Winner of the International Society for Quality Of Life Studies Award for Best Quality of Life paper published in the Journal of Macromarketing, 2007; Inaugural Robert J. and Barbara Naclerio Endower Chairholder in Business, Villanova University, 2006.








  • Specialties:

    Bottom of the Pyramid Consumers; Distributive Justice, Business Ethics; Corporate Social Responsibility; Philosophy of Exchange.



  • Research:

    Impoverished Consumers; Moral and Ethical Responsibilities of Businesses; Philosophical Approaches to Marketing; Social Enterprises.



  • Courses Taught:

    Social Enterprise Consulting Practicum; Surviving in a Material World; Philosophy of the Social Enterprise.



  • Additional Information:

    At VSB since 1989-1996; 2006-present



  • In the News Media:

    PRI

    Damage Control in Full Swing for Britain's Tourism

    CMO.com

    5 Tips to Get Your CFO's Ear

    Christian Science Monitor
    WikiLeaks: Is there a future for the website without Julian Assange?

    Advertising Age
    Local TV Stations Should Expect Revenue Slides in 2011/p>




Jeremy Kees
associate professor, marketing & business law
faculty director, center for marketing & consumer insights


Bartley Hall Rm 3006


Marketing


800 Lancaster Avenue


Villanova, PA 19085




Email: jeremy.kees@villanova.edu


Phone: (610) 519-6145


www.homepage.villanova.edu/jeremy.kees


Education:

PhD, University of Arkansas, 2006








Publications:

  • Andrews, Craig, Rick Netemeyer, Jeremy Kees, and Scot Burton (2014), “How Graphic Visual Health Warnings Affect Young Smokers’ Thoughts of Quitting,” Journal of Marketing Research, 51(2), 165-183.

  • Kees, Jeremy, Marla Stafford, and Yoon-Na Cho (2014), “Regulating Front-of-Package Nutrition Information Disclosures: A Test of Industry Self-Regulation versus Other Popular Options,” Journal of Consumer Affairs, 48(1), 147-174.

  • Bublitz, Melissa G., Laura A. Peracchio, Alan R. Andreasen, Jeremy Kees, et al.(2013), “Promoting Positive Change: Advancing the Food Well-being Paradigm,” Journal of Business Research, 66(8), 1211-1218.

  • Kemp, Elyria, Pamela A. Kennett-Hensel, and Jeremy Kees (2013), “Pulling on the Heart-Strings: Examining the Effects of Emotions and Gender in Persuasive Appeals,” Journal of Advertising, 42(1), 69-79.

  • Burton, Scot and Jeremy Kees (2012), “Flies in the Ointment? Addressing Potential Impediments to Population-Based Health Benefits of Restaurant Menu Labeling Initiatives,” Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, 31(2).

  • Kozup, John, Charles A. Taylor, Michael L. Capella, and Jeremy Kees (2012), “Sound Disclosures: Assessing When a Disclosure is Worthwhile,” Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, 31(2).

  • Taylor, Charles A., Michael Capella, and Jeremy Kees (2012), “Measuring the Impact of Tobacco Harm Reduction Information in Advertising in the Presence of a Government Mandated Warning,” Journal of Consumer Affairs, 46(2), 235-259.

  • Andrews, Craig, Scot Burton, and Jeremy Kees (2011), “Is Simpler Always Better? Consumer Evaluations of Front-of-Package Nutrition Symbols,” Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, 30(2), 175-190.

  • Kees, Jeremy (2011), “Advertising Framing Effects and Consideration of Future Consequences,” Journal of Consumer Affairs, 45(1), 7-32.

  • Scammon, Debra L., Punam A. Keller, Jeremy Kees, et al. (2011), “Transforming Consumer Health,” Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, 31(1), 14-22.

  • Capella, Michael, Ronald Paul Hill, Justine Rapp, and Jeremy Kees (2010), "The Impact of Violence Against Women in Advertisements," Journal of Advertising, 39(4), 37-53

  • Kees, Jeremy, Burton, Scot, Craig Andrews, and John Kozup (2010), "Understanding How Graphic Visual Warnings Work on Cigarette Packaging," Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, 29(2), 265-276

  • Tangari, Andrea Heintz, Craig Andrews, Scot Burton, and Jeremy Kees (2010), "Can Corrective Ad Statements based on U.S. v. Philip Morris USA Inc. Impact Consumer Beliefs about Smoking," Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, 29(2), 153-169

  • Tangari, Andrea Heintz, Judith Anne Garretson Folse, Scot Burton, and Jeremy Kees (2010), "The Moderating Influence of Consumers' Temporal Orientation On the Framing of Societal Threats and Corporate Responses in Cause-Related Marketing Campaigns," Journal of Advertising, 39(2), 35-50

  • Kees, Jeremy, Scot Burton, and Andrea Heintz Tangari (2010), "The Impact of Regulatory Focus, Temporal Orientation, and Fit on Consumer Responses Toward Health-Related Advertising," Journal of Advertising, 39(1), 19-34

  • Joireman, Jeff, Jeremy Kees, and David Sprott (2010), "Understanding Why Temporally Myopic People Have More Credit Card Debt: Two Complementary Explanations," Journal of Consumer Affairs, 44(1), 223-242



  • Kees, Jeremy (2010), "Temporal Framing in Health Advertising: The Role of Risk and Future Orientation," Journal of Current Issues and Research in Advertising, 32(1), 33-46

  • Kees, Jeremy, Paula Fitzgerald Bone, John Kozup, and Pam Scholder Ellen (2008), "Barely or Fairly Balancing Drug Risks? Content and Format Effects in Direct-to-Consumer Online Prescription Drug Promotions," Psychology and Marketing, 25(7), 675-691

  • Howlett, Elizabeth, Jeremy Kees, and Elyria Kemp (2008), "The Role of Self-Regulation, Future Orientation, and Financial Knowledge in Long-Term Financial Decisions," Journal of Consumer Affairs, 42(2), 223-242

  • Kees, Jeremy, Scot Burton, Craig Andrews, and John Kozup (2006), "Effects of Alternative Cigarette Warning Messages and Graphic Visuals on Packaging: Implications for the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control," Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, 25(2), 212-223

  • Burton, Scot, Elizabeth Creyer, Jeremy Kees, and Kyle Huggins (2006), "Attacking the Obesity Epidemic: The Potential Health Benefits of Providing Nutrition Information in Restaurants," American Journal of Public Health, 96(9), 1669-1675

  • Jensen, Thomas, Jeremy Kees, Scot Burton, and Fernanda Turnipseed (2003), "Advertised Reference Prices in an Internet Environment: Effects of Consumer Price Perceptions and Channel Search Intentions," Journal of Interactive Marketing, 17(2), 20-33

Honors and Awards:


  • Named as one of "The 40 Most Outstanding Business School Profs Under 40 In The World" by Poets & Quants

  • American Marketing Association Thomas C. Kinnear Research Award

  • Center for Global Leadership Research Excellence Award

  • McDonough Award for Research Excellence

  • Conference Co-Chair, Marketing and Public Policy Conference

  • Programming Chair, Marketing and Society Special Interest Group of the American Marketing Association

  • Marketing and Society Track Co-Chair, Winter AMA Marketing Educators" Conference

  • Best Paper Award, Marketing and Public Policy Conference

  • Best Paper Award, Society for Marketing Advances Conference

  • AMA Sheth Foundation Doctoral Consortium Fellow









  • Specialties:

    Marketing and Public Policy Issues; Advertising Framing Effects; Risk; Intertemporal Choice; Consumer Health; Pharmaceutical Marketing; Food and Food Supplement Health Claims; Pricing; Information Processing, Multivariate Data Analysis Techniques; Experimental Design



  • Research:

    Consumer Information Processing: Topics dealing with ways in which consumers process and are influenced by marketing communications and how the presentation of information in advertisements influence consumer attitudes and decision making
    Consumer Psychology: Consumer risk perception and the motivational and self-control mechanisms consumers use to manage potential risks
    Intertemporal Choice: Time discounting and how consumers integrate present versus future outcomes into decision making
    Public Policy and Consumer Welfare: Marketing issues that affect consumer decision making related to health and wellness



  • Courses Taught:

    Research Methods (graduate level); Contemporary Issues in Marketing (graduate level); Principles of Marketing; International Marketing; Promotional Strategy; Competitive Effectiveness; Decisions in Marketing (graduate level)




  • Additional Information:

    At VSB since 2006




  • In the News Media:


    CBS Early Show
    New Graphic Warnings for Cigarette Smokers
    Forbes
    New Cigarette Health Labels: 'Gross' or Effective?
    MSN Health & Fitness
    Cigarette Packaging Still Too Alluring, Studies Find
    USA Today Proposed food labels stress calories, sugar, portions








Michael Licata
associate professor, accounting & information systems

Bartley Hall Rm 3027

Accountancy


800 Lancaster Avenue


Villanova, PA 19085




Email: michael.licata@villanova.edu


Phone:(610) 519-7996


www.homepage.villanova.edu/michael.licata



Education:

BA, Rutgers College, 1977


MBA, Northeastern University, 1980


PhD, Texas A&M University, 1984








Publications:

  • "Court Case Highlights that Sham Transactions Cannot Be Used to Step-Up Basis on Natural Gas Pipeline Assets." Oil, Gas, & Energy Quarterly, 57 No. 3 (March 2009), 551-557.

  • "Court Rules that Interest In LLPS, LLCS, and Tenancies In Common are not Presumed to be Interests as Limited Partners in a Limited Partnership for Purposes of Passive Activity Rules." Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly, 58, No. 2 (December 2009), 227-236.

  • "United States District Court Rules that Incidence of Washington State Fuel Tax Lies on Tribal Retailers" Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly (December 2006), pp. 315-326.

  • "Court Ruling Highlights Excessive Executive Bonuses and the Accumulated Earnings Tax." Oil & Gas Tax Quarterly (June 2004) Mathew Bender & Co.,Inc.

  • "SEC Enforcement Actions Against Auditors: Auditing Education Linked to the Pitfalls of Audit Practice," Issues in Accounting Education (Fall 1997), pp. 537-560.

  • "A Note on Participation in Budgeting and Locus of Control" The Accounting Review (January 1986), pp. 112-117, (Co-authors Robert H. Strawser and Robert B. Welker).





Honors and Awards:

Bridge Builders Award for Excellence in Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities 2009
Villanova University Summer Research Fellowship 2008
AFA Student Travel Award, AFA, 2004
FMA Graduate Travel Award, University of Utah, 2004








  • Specialties:

    Financial Accounting; Managerial Accounting; Auditing; Accounting Information Systems; Oil, Gas, and Energy Tax Issues.


  • Research:

    SEC; accounting; education; oil, gas and energy tax issues


  • Courses Taught:

    Principles of Managerial Accounting (VSB 3006); Management Accounting MBA Level (MBA 8110); Performance Management and Reporting Fundamentals: A Global Accounting Perspective MBA Level (MBA 8150); Accounting Information Systems (ACC 2340); Financial Accounting (ACC 1101); MBA Math Online Primer (MBA 8050).


  • Additional Information:

    At VSB Since 1983





Mi (Meg) Luo
associate professor, finance


Bartley Hall Rm 3027


Accountancy


800 Lancaster Avenue


Villanova, PA 19085




Email: michael.licata@villanova.edu


Phone:(610) 519-7996


www.homepage.villanova.edu/michael.licata



Education:

BA, Rutgers College, 1977


MBA, Northeastern University, 1980


PhD, Texas A&M University, 1984








Publications:

  • "Court Case Highlights that Sham Transactions Cannot Be Used to Step-Up Basis on Natural Gas Pipeline Assets." Oil, Gas, & Energy Quarterly, 57 No. 3 (March 2009), 551-557.

  • "Court Rules that Interest In LLPS, LLCS, and Tenancies In Common are not Presumed to be Interests as Limited Partners in a Limited Partnership for Purposes of Passive Activity Rules." Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly, 58, No. 2 (December 2009), 227-236.

  • "United States District Court Rules that Incidence of Washington State Fuel Tax Lies on Tribal Retailers" Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly (December 2006), pp. 315-326.

  • "Court Ruling Highlights Excessive Executive Bonuses and the Accumulated Earnings Tax." Oil & Gas Tax Quarterly (June 2004) Mathew Bender & Co.,Inc.

  • "SEC Enforcement Actions Against Auditors: Auditing Education Linked to the Pitfalls of Audit Practice," Issues in Accounting Education (Fall 1997), pp. 537-560.

  • "A Note on Participation in Budgeting and Locus of Control" The Accounting Review (January 1986), pp. 112-117, (Co-authors Robert H. Strawser and Robert B. Welker).





Honors and Awards:

Bridge Builders Award for Excellence in Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities 2009
Villanova University Summer Research Fellowship 2008
AFA Student Travel Award, AFA, 2004
FMA Graduate Travel Award, University of Utah, 2004








  • Specialties:

    Financial Accounting; Managerial Accounting; Auditing; Accounting Information Systems; Oil, Gas, and Energy Tax Issues.


  • Research:

    SEC; accounting; education; oil, gas and energy tax issues


  • Courses Taught:

    Principles of Managerial Accounting (VSB 3006); Management Accounting MBA Level (MBA 8110); Performance Management and Reporting Fundamentals: A Global Accounting Perspective MBA Level (MBA 8150); Accounting Information Systems (ACC 2340); Financial Accounting (ACC 1101); MBA Math Online Primer (MBA 8050).


  • Additional Information:

    At VSB Since 1983





Gerard Olson
professor, finance


Bartley Hall Rm 2050


Finance


800 Lancaster Avenue


Villanova, PA 19085




Email: gerard.olson@villanova.edu


Phone:(610) 519-4377


www.homepage.villanova.edu/gerard.olson



Education:
BS, LaSalle University, 1973; MBA, LaSalle University, 1980; MA, Temple University, 1982; PhD, Drexel University, 1988







Publications:

  • "A Comparison of the Characteristics Affecting the Pricing of Equity Carve-Outs and Initial Public Offerings," Financial Decisions, Volume 18, Number 1, Summer 2006, Article 1, pp. 9-26, with Karen Hogan

  • "A New Application of Sustainable Growth: A Multi-Dimensional Framework for Evaluating the Long Run Performance of Bank Mergers," Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, 32(9) & (10), November/December 2005, pp. 1995-2036, with Michael Pagano

  • "The Pricing of Equity Carve-Outs during the 1990s," The Journal of Financial Research, Volume XXVII, Number 4, Winter 2004, pp. 521-537, with Karen Hogan





Honors and Awards:

Bridge Builders Award for Excellence in Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities.









  • Specialties:

    Business Valuation; Corporate Restructuring; Consulting; Entrepreneurship; Finance; Initial Public Offerings (IPOs); Mergers and Acquisitions; Nonprofits / Not-for-profits; Personal Finance; Philadelphia; Retail; Small Business; Social Capital




  • Research:

    Corporate restructuring; financial management; labor productivity; non profit boards of directors; non profit management




  • Courses Taught:

    Advanced Financial Management; Corporate Restructuring; Financial Decision Making



  • Non-Academic Positions:

    Partner, Mooney & Olson, Forensic/Economic & Financial Consulting Firm; President, eLEARNABOUT Videos, Educational Video Production Company



  • Additional Information:

    At VSB Since 1988






Michael Pagano
professor, finance and the robert j. and mary ellen darretta endowed chair in finance


Bartley Hall Rm 2041


Finance


800 Lancaster Avenue


Villanova, PA 19085




Email: michael.pagano@villanova.edu


Phone:(610) 519-4389


www.homepage.villanova.edu/michael.pagano



Education:

BS, Fordham University, 1984


MBA, Rutgers University, 1997


PhD, Rutgers University, 1999








Publications:

  • "Credit, Cronyism, and Control: Evidence from the Americas," 2006, Journal of International Money and Finance, 2006 (forthcoming)

  • With Elyas Elyasiani and Iqbal Mansur, "Convergence and Risk-Return Linkages across Financial Service Firms," 2006, Journal of Banking and Finance, 2006 (forthcoming)

  • With R. Schwartz, "Nasdaq 's Closing Cross: Has its new call auction given Nasdaq better closing prices? Early Findings," Journal of Portfolio Management, 2005

  • With D. Stout, "Calculating a Firm 's Cost of Capital," Management Accounting Quarterly, 2004

  • With R. Schwartz, "A Closing Call's Impact on Market Quality at Euronext Paris," Journal of Financial Economics, 2003

  • With J. Hughes, W. Lang, L. Mester, and C.G. Moon, "Do Bankers Sacrifice Value to Build Empires? Managerial Incentives, Industry Consolidation, and Financial Performance," Journal of Banking and Finance, 2003

  • Pagano, M.S. (2010). An Empirical Investigation of the Rationales for Integrated Risk-Management Behavior. In C.F. Lee (Ed.), Handbook of Qualitative Finance. Springer (forthcoming)

  • With D. Ozenbas, R.A. Schwartz, "Accentuated Intra-Day Stock Price Volatility: What is the Cause," Journal of Portfolio Management, 2010 (forthcoming)

  • With V. Gasparro, "Sovereign Wealth Funds: An Early Look at Their Impact on Debt and Equity Markets During the 2007-2009 Financial Crisis," Financial Analysts Journal (forthcoming)

  • "Accelerated Wireless Broadband Infrastructure Deployment: The Impact on GDP and Employment," Media Law & Policy, 2009





Honors and Awards:

Darretta Endowed Chair in Finance, 2010; Southern Finance Association Best Paper Award, 2005; Silver Medal for Lybrand Best Paper Competition, 2005; Outstanding Scholar Award, Villanova University, 2004-2005; U.S. Fulbright Scholarship (for Costa Rica), 2002-03; Summer Research Fellowship, Villanova University, 2001; Fisher-Long-Whitcomb Teaching Excellence Award, Rutgers University, 1998.









  • Specialties:

    Banking; Central America; Convergence; Econometrics; Europe; International Finance; Interest Rates; Market Efficiency; Mutual Funds; Quantitative Analysis; Risk Management; Stock Trading; Valuation




  • Research:

    Market microstructure; financial institutions; risk management




  • Courses Taught:

    Financial Modeling; Market Structure, Trading, and Liquidity; Corporate Risk Management; Financial Markets, Institutions, and the Trading Environment; Applied Corporate Finance; Financial Institutions



  • Non-Academic Positions:

    Positions - Commercial Banker; Investment Analyst; Product Specialist; General Manager; Firms - Citibank; ICM Corporation; Reuters America



  • Additional Information:

    At VSB since 1999



  • In the News Media:

    The Wall Street Journal

    Analysts Ask: What Now, Nasdaq?

    The Post and Courier

    NYSE may merge with German company

    The Globe and Mail

    Global stock exchange consolidation may just be starting






Miron Wolnicki
associate professor, economics


Bartley Hall Rm 2068


Economics


800 Lancaster Avenue


Villanova, PA 19085




Email: miron.wolnicki@villanova.edu


Phone:(610) 519-4384


Phone:www.homepage.villanova.edu/miron.wolnicki



Education:
MA, University of Lodz - Poland, 1973
PhD, University of Lodz - Poland, 1980







Publications:

  • "Restoring Pragmatism in American Governance", International Journal of Social Economics, 2012, vol. 39, no 7 and 8, 2012, pp. 409-503

  • “The Day After Neoliberal Triumphalism” International Journal of Social Economics, vol. 37, no 7, 2010, pp. 476-488.

  • “The Post-conservative Orphan: Why the USA needs an effective government economic policy?” International Journal of Social Economics”, vol. 36, no 1 and 2 2009, pp. 5-23.

  • "Jobless Growth: A New Challenge for the Transition Economy of Poland" International Journal of Social Economics,vol. 33, no. 3 2006

  • "The Evolution of the Development Economics and Globalization" International Journal of Social Economics, vol. 31, no. 3 2004. The paper received the 2005 Literati Award for Excellence as an outstanding paper.

  • "Lessons in Competitiveness for Polish Economy 2002," Competition Strategy, Academy of Management, Lodz,2003

  • "Optimal Monetary Strategies for Central and East European EU Candidates," New York Economic Review, Fall 2002,vol. XXXI.

  • "Monetary Consequences of the Central and Eastern European Admission to the EU," The Schumann Institute of the European Union Institute Bulletin, Florence, Italy, 1998

  • "The Teething Pains of Russian Democracy," Journal of Peace and Justice, 7(14)

  • "The CMEA Integration Under Gorbachev," Research on The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, Russian Research Center, Harvard University, Spring 1990

  • Books co-author in Polish: Ekonomia Rozwoju (Development Economics,Poland, PWE 2007, 2008, 2011. Three editions)

  • Recently published conference papers: The 3rd International Symposium on Business and Social Sciences, "The American Entrepreneurial State", 2014 Sapporo, Japan, July 22-24.

  • Recently published conference papers: Shanghai International Conference on Social Sciences: "Pragmatism in American Economic-policy making", August 19- 22, 2012, Shanghai,China





Honors and Awards:

The Fulbright Foundation; the German Marshall Fund of the United States; Henry Farmer Foundation








  • Specialties:

    Global Political Economy, International Economics




  • Research:

    International economic policy; globalization; development economics




  • Courses Taught:

    Global Political Economy, International Economics



  • Non-Academic Positions:

    United Nations Development Program International Advisor, various projects for the Minister for the European Integration and Finance Minister in Poland; Consultant: Ariston International Consultants: educational program for bankers from Bosnia and Herzegovina.



  • Additional Information:

    Villanova School of Business, Department of Economics, 1982 – present





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