Faculty member Jeff Inman is a recipient of the 2014 MSI/H. Paul Root Prize for his research that mapped out a shopper's path through the grocery store. The work found that for every 55 feet traveled, people spend another dollar in impulsive buys.
Harvard University, MBA (1979)
Carnegie Mellon University, Graduate Study in Economics (1975-1976)
University of Pittsburgh, Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics (1975)
BF 1311 Corporate Finance
BF 1316 Advanced Corporate Finance
BF 1328 Capital Markets
BF 1331 Financial Institutions and Markets
Teaching and research interests in capital market efficiency, corporate finance, securities valuation, and portfolio management. Spent over 20 years as an investment banker. Held senior positions at Salomon Brothers, E.F. Hutton & Co., Equilease Corp., Smith Barney, and PNC. Advised major corporations such as DuPont, Sun Oil Co., U.S. Airways, and Lockheed Martin on cash management, capital structure, and capital market activities. Additionally, consulted with institutional investors, such as BNY Mellon, Morgan Grenfell, Providian, PNC, and State Farm on investment portfolios, including securities valuation, analysis, and investment policy development. Held Series 7, 8, 9, 63, and 65 Securities Registrations.
Served for 6 years as an Infantry Officer in the U.S. Army. Awards include: Bronze Star w/OLC, Air Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Vietnam Cross of Gallantry, and the Combat Infantryman's Badge.
Chancellor's Distinguished Public Service Award, 2014
CBA Best Teaching in Finance Award, 2014
CBA Meritorious Teaching Award, 2002, 2005
Katz Excellence in Teaching Award, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
CBA Teacher of the Year-Finalist 2003, 2004
Career Services' Faculty Partner Award, 2003
Omicron Delta Epsilon, International Honors Society in Economics, Elected 1974
Represents Katz Graduate School of Business in University Faculty Senate, 2003-06, 2010-Present
Member of the Investment Committee of the Board of Trustees, 2003-07, 2010-2014
Member of the Senate Ad Hoc Committee on NTS Faculty Issues, 2013-Present
Represent Katz in the Faculty Assembly, 2003-2006, 2009-Present
Faculty Advisor to the Socially Responsible Investment Club
Venture capital, portfolio management, securities valuation, and capital structure
Family, reading, playing golf, and fly fishing