Thomas S Coe
Associate Professor of Finance
Chairperson - Finance
BSBA, University of Akron; MA, PhD, University of New Orleans; MBA, John Carroll University
Lender School of Business 221
Dr. Coe is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Finance. In the 2013 Summer I Semester, he is teaching FIN 201 - Fundamentals of Financial Management and FIN 600 - Financial Analysis and Decision Making. In Summer II, he will be teaching FIN 380 - Intermediate Corporate Finance and SB 185 - Personal Finance.
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, forthcoming “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