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Davis College of Business & Technology
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Jacksonville, FL 32211
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Dr. Maggie Foley
Associate Professor of Finance
Davis College of Business
- PhD Texas Tech University, Finance
- MBA Cameron University
- BS Beijing University of Technology, Civil Engineering
- Jacksonville University, Associate Professor of Finance, 2017-present
- Jacksonville University, Assistant Professor of Finance, 2009-2017
- Texas Tech University, Research/Teaching Assistant, 2004-2009
- Bechtel Corporation Motorola MOS-17 Project. Civil Engineer and project coordinator for government related issues.
- Motorola China Inc. Civil Engineer.
- Using nested logit model in the study of proxy contest, Journal of Mathematical Finance, 2018, forthcoming, with Hu, Rossi, Cebula
- Debt and investment: a firm level evidence, Journal of Mathematical Finance, 2018, Vol. 8, No. 1, with Peng, Cebula, Hu, DOI: 10.4236/jmf.2018.81010
- DOES WEAK MACROECONOMIC PERFORMANCE AFFECT VOTER TURNOUT? AN ANALYSIS ACCOUNTING FOR “THE JOSHUA GENERATION EFFECT”, with cebula and Ghose, no. 1, February 2018, International Economics / Economia Internazionale
- Women in the Boardroom and Corporate Decisions of Italian listed companies: Does the “critical mass” matter?", Management Decision, 2017, forthcoming, with Fabrizzio Rossi, and Chengru Hu.
- Labor Shortages in the U.S. during the COVID Pandemic and Labor Supply Based on Minimizing the Effort to Achieve a Target Utility Level: Confounding Economic Policies, 2022, Journal of Financial Economic Policy.
- Differential risk effect of inside debt, CEO compensation diversification, and firm investment, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 2021, vol 56-2, 505-543
- Can Debt Overhang Help Explain the Declining Growth Rate of Investment in China, Applied Economics Letters, 2020, 27-2, 82-85
- Women in the Boardroom and Corporate Decisions of Italian listed companies: Does the “critical mass” matter?", Management Decision, 2017, 55(7):1578-1595
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