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Dr. Maggie Foley

Dr. Maggie Foley

Asc Prof Finance

Davis College of Business

Email address  mfoley3@ju.edu
Telephone number  (904) 256-7772
Resume or CV  CV
Office location  Davis College of Business, 118A

Education

  • PhD Texas Tech University, Finance
  • MBA Cameron University
  • BS Beijing University of Technology, Civil Engineering

Academic Experience

  • Assistant Professor of Finance, Jacksonville University, 2009-present
  • Research/Teaching Assistant, Texas Tech University, 2004-2009

Professional Experience

  • Bechtel Corporation Motorola MOS-17 Project. Civil Engineer and project coordinator for government related issues.
  • Motorola China Inc. Civil Engineer.

Recent Scholarship & Research

The Impact of Economic Freedom on the Unemployment Rate in O.E.C.D. Nations: An Exploratory Study Accepting the Validity of Okun's Law, with Richard Cebula, Don Capener, 2015, International Economics / Economia Internazionale, Vol. 68, No. 4, pp. 423-436

Foley, Maggie, R. Cebula, T.L. Chong, and F. Peng (2015). "Explaining the financial instability hypothesis with endogenous investment: A nonlinear model predictive control approach," Journal of Mathematical Finance, Vol. 5 (2), pp. 83-87

An analysis of omitted shareholder proposals, Journal of Finance and Accountancy, Vol. 17, with Robert Boylan, Richard Cebula, Xiaowei Liu

An exploratory empirical inquiry into the impact of federal budget deficits on the ex post real interest rate yield on ten year Treasury notes over the last half century, 2014, Journal of Economics and Finance, forthcoming, with Richard Cebula and Florentina Angjellari-Dajci.

The Impact of Unionization and Other Factors on Undocumented Immigrant Settlement Patterns in the U.S., with Richard Cebula, Robert Boylan, Applied Economics Letters, forthcoming, 2013.

Personal Interests

Painting, arts, and antiques.