Firestone Lecture Series in Finance Presents: Ramon DeGennaro
Firestone Lecture Series in Finance presents:
Haslam College of Business Professor of Banking & Finance,
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
About the Speaker
Ramon P. DeGennaro is the Haslam College of Business Professor in Banking and Finance at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He also has served as a Visiting Scholar at the Federal Reserve Banks of Cleveland and Atlanta and for the American Institute for Economic Research. Professor DeGennaro holds a B.S. in Education from The Ohio State University, an M.Ed. from Ohio University, and a Ph.D. in Finance from The Ohio State University.
Professor DeGennaro’s current research involves investments, financial markets and institutions, financial regulation, small-firm finance, and public policy. He has published more than 45 refereed articles on investments, financial market volatility, small-firm finance, the term structure of interest rates, financial institutions, and prediction markets. He also has written research reports, book chapters, book reviews, and several Federal Reserve publications. Professor DeGennaro is a current or former associate editor or member of the editorial boards of The Journal of Financial Research, The Financial Review, the International Journal of Business, Journal of Financial Economic Policy, and The Journal of Private Enterprise. In addition, he is a former member of the Academic Board of Directors of the Midwest Finance Association. He spoke at the prestigious Chautauqua Institution during the summers of 2011 and 2012 as an invited lecturer.
At The University of Tennessee, Professor DeGennaro has been nominated for the Allen H. Keally Outstanding Teacher Award, the John B. Ross Outstanding Teaching Award (three times), and the College of Business Outstanding Teaching Award. He has supervised student research at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, serving on dissertation committees and undergraduate honors projects.
Professor DeGennaro has presented original research at dozens of professional conferences in North America and abroad. He also has served on the program committees of several professional organizations and is the recipient of more than 50 research and professional development grants. Professor DeGennaro consults in the areas of business valuation, investments, and financial management, and is a Luminary Member of the Angel Capital Group.
Room A325, Business Administration Building