Areas of Expertise
Economics, Finance in Aviation
- Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, Oregon State University
- FIN 620HYB: Air Transport Econ Modeling
- BA 805: Statistics and Multivari Analy
- EC 211HYB: Macroeconomics
EC 211 Macroeconomics
FIN 620 Air Transport Econometric Modelling
BA805 Statistics and Multivariate Analysis
“The effect on stockholder wealth of product recalls and government action: The case of Toyota's accelerator pedal recall”, with Raymond M. Brooks and Victor J. Tremblay, The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance (2014), DOI: 10.1016/j.qref.2014.06.004.
“The Effect on Stockholder’s Wealth on Critical Systems Failure and Remedy: The Boeing 787 Case”, with Sunder Raghavan and Victor J. Tremblay, Journal of International Finance and Economics, 14 (2), 2014; PP 213-220.
“Valuation Bias and Profit Opportunities in Financial Markets”, with Elizabeth Schroeder and Victor J. Tremblay, International Journal of Economics and Finance; Vol. 6, No. 4; 2014.
“The Effect on Weather Delays on Shareholder Value: Evidence from the Airline Industry”, with Sunder Raghavan, Journal of International Finance and Economics, 15 (2), 2015; 67-72.
“Competition and Price Wars in the U.S. Brewing Industry,” Journal of Wine Economics, 7 (2), 226-240, August 2012, with Victor J. Tremblay
“Misvaluation and Behavioral Bias in Financial Markets,” with Victor J. Tremblay and Carol Horton Tremblay, Journal of Behavioral Finance, 16 (4), 2015, 344-356.
Memberships and Credentials
“Product Life Cycles: New Products, Quality and Advertising in the Movie Market,” with Wesley W. Wilson (working paper)
“Airline Stock Market Performance and Change in Investor Behavior over the Great Recession of 2008”, with Rebecca Wood, (under review)
“Competition and Industry profile in the Passenger Airline Industry of the United States”, with Hari Adhikari and Sunder Raghavan (working paper)
“Are Airline Stocks Pro-cyclical? – Evidence from the Financial Markets”, with Sunder Raghavan (working paper)
“Study of the Effect of Flipped Classroom on Student Learning in Finance”, with Kathryn Cunningham (working paper)