Human interaction with and within the financial field is the core of my research interests. While I am deeply fascinated by the application of Game Theory to bankruptcy cases, and how the changing US legal environment, including Chapter 11 laws, affect corporations as well as their stakeholders and stockholders, I am also interested in the new accounting disclosure laws that followed the 2008 financial crisis. As the pace of amendments to government regulations increased, I recognized more overlap with other scholarly fields, specifically management and economics.
My papers were presented at numerous prestigious national and international conferences, and published in the Journal of Economic Dynamic and Control and the European Journal of Operational Research.
Overview: Originally called the IDEA (Individuals Doomed to Earn Affluence) Investment Club, the Manhattan College Investment Club (MCIC) started in 1998 by a group of students that saw an attractive opportunity to integrate real stock investing experience into the college's business curriculum. Today, MCIC has extended its reach well beyond the Manhattan College campus, with connections to many financial institutions and investment conventions in Manhattan, as well as many alumni who visit as guest speakers and recruit interns. MCIC has grown to be a great way to start career in the financial world.