Assistant Professor, Finance Program
Office: B 322
- Courses Taught
- Educational History
- Professional Experience
UNDERGRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT AT GANNON UNIVERSITY
MONEY, BANKING, AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS (FINC 201)
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I (BCOR 311)
UNDERGRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT AT KENT STATE UNIVERSITY
BUSINESS FINANCE (FIN 36053)
BUSINESS FINANCE HONORS (FIN 36053)
THE FINANCIAL SYSTEM (FIN 36058)
INVESTMENTS (FIN 36059)
GRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT AT KENT STATE UNIVERSITY (MBA)
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I (BAD 66061)
KENT STATE UNIVERSITY, PhD in FINANCE, Dissertation Title ‘The firm life-cycle hypothesis and dividend policy: Tests on propensity to pay, dividend initiation, and dividend growth rates’, 2012
CALIFORNIA COAST UNIVERSITY, MBA, 2006
PURDUE UNIVERSITY, B. S. Chemical Engineering, 1989
Teaching Fellow, Finance Department, Kent State University, Kent, OH. (2007-2012)
Refining Group Manager, Koch-Glitsch, Houston, TX. (2002-2007)
Process Design Specialist, Saint-Gobain Norpro, Stow, OH. (1992-2002)
Development Engineer, BP, Cleveland, OH. (1986-1988, 1989-1992)
”CEO bonuses as studied by robust logistic regression” by Richard Hauser and David Booth, Journal of Data Science, Volume 9, Number 2, April 2011, p. 293-310.
“Predicting Bankruptcy with robust logistic regression” by Richard Hauser and David Booth, Journal of Data Science, Volume 9, Number 4, October 2011, p. 565-584.
“Did dividend policy change during the financial crisis?” by Richard Hauser, presented at the FMA Annual Meeting, October 2011 and the SFA Annual Meeting, November 2011- submitted to Managerial Finance.
“Insider Trading Case Study: The company you keep” by Richard Hauser, Janet Bartholow, and Colleen Tokar- submitted to Journal of Financial Education.
"Firrm maturity and the dividend puzzle" by Richard Hauser and John Thornton -submitted to EFA Annual Conference.
"The life-cycle, dividend growth, and payout policy" by Richard Hauser and John Thornton-submitted to MFA Annual Conference.
RESEARCH INTERESTS: Dividend policy, valuation, corporate finance, corporate bankruptcy.