Thomas S Coe
Associate Professor of Finance
Chairperson - Finance
BSBA, University of Akron; MBA, John Carroll University; MA, PhD, University of New Orleans
Lender School of Business 221
Dr. Coe is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Finance. In the 2013 Fall Semester, he is teaching SB 101 - The Business Environment.
FIN 201 Fundamentals of Financial Management FIN 310 Investment Analysis FIN 361 Financial Statement Analysis FIN 380 Intermediate Corporate Finance FIN 460 Mergers & Acquisitions FIN 465 Working Capital Management FIN 600 Financial Analysis and Decision Making SB 185 Personal Finance
“Emphasis and Perspective on Financial and Investment Ratio Analyses: A Survey of Graduate Students (with Osman Kilic).” Business Education Forum, April 2013, pp. 16-20. “Investigation into Gender Perception toward Computing: A Comparison between the U.S. and India”, International Journal of Information Communication and Technology Education (with Kittipong Laosethakul and Thaweephan Leingpibul), October-December 2010, pp. 23-37; "Should Individual Investors use Technical Trading Rules to Attempt to Beat the Market?" American Journal Economics and Business Administration(with Kittipong Laosethakul), Fall 2010, pp. 193-202; “Developing a Market Microstructure Course Using an Academic Trading Room,” Journal of Financial Education (with Osman Kilic and Ihsan Isik), Winter 2007, pp. 43-52; “Using the Bloomberg Professional System for Finance Classes,” Journal of Financial Education, Spring 2007, pp. 47-61; "Cost-Benefit Analyses of Employee Dependent Care Assistance Plans," Financial Services Review, Fall 2002, pp. 277-287; "International Portfolio Diversification: A Comparison of ADRs and Closed-end Country Funds," Journal of Emerging Market Finance, Fall 2002, pp. 31-46; "Do Closed-end Country Funds Mirror Their Home Markets?" Journal of Emerging Markets, Summer 1999, pp. 23-42.
Work In Progress
Alternatives for Hedging the Uncertain Costs of Consumers; The Reaction of Corporate Bond Values to Call Announcements; The Relationship of Bond Calls and Bond Rating Changes; Examination of the New Orleans Cotton Exchange (1871-1965); The Volatility of Exchange Rates, Stock Prices, and the Premium of ADRs; Factors Affecting Global Banking Competition; A Comparison of Deposit and Lending Activities between Domestic and Foreign-Owned Banks in the United States; The Benefits of Diversifying Financial Intermediaries in Latin America