Seminar Series

Utah Valley University: Woodbury School of Business:

Finance and Economics Department Seminar Series — 2015-2016

Date and location

Presenter

Topic

Affiliation

Oct. 2nd
WB 238

Holly Hatfield

Federal Funding and Homelessness in the United States: An econometric analysis

UVU graduate - PhD Student U of U

Oct. 23rd
WB 238

Cary Wasden

An empirical analysis of the accuracy of ten common equity market valuation metrics before, during, and after the Greenspan Era

WSB Finance

Nov. 6th
WB 238

Craig Israelsen

"How Long Will It Last? Analysis of Retirement Portfolio Durability over the past 89 Years"

WSB PFP

Nov. 13th
WB 240

Xu Sun

Performance Efficiency Evaluation of U.S. Credit Unions around the Global Recession of 2009: A Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) Approach

WSB Finance

Dec. 4th
WB 238

Leo Chan

Forecasting Volatility and Speculative Ratio under a Risk-Adverse Behavior in the Crude Oil Futures Market

WSB Finance

Jan. 8th
WB 238

Lowell Glenn and Leila Shadabi

Information Communication Technology and Corruption: Evidence around the world

WSB Economics

Jan. 22nd
WB 238

Mason Hardman

Monetary Policy Transparency and Its Impact on Foreign Exchange Rates

UVU graduate Economics

Feb. 5th
WB 238

Laura Ricaldi

Debit or Credit: The Impact of Myopia and Attitude on Payment Choice

WSB PFP

Feb. 19th
WB 238

Vaughn Cox

The Success of Finance Students in Online versus Face-to-Face Classes

WSB Finance

Mar. 4th
WB 238

Andre Oliveira

Impacts of select education programs in Utah County

WSB Economics

Mar. 25th
WB 238

Abdus Samad

Comparative Efficiencies between Conventional and Islamic Banks during 2008-2012

WSB Economics

Apr. 8th
WB 238

Amir Kia, Maritza Sotomayor

Economic Interdependence: Quantitative Results for the US-Mexico

WSB Economics

Apr. 22nd
WB 238

Rachel Bi

Retirement Planning Software

Finance & Economics UVU