Professor, Finance


College of Business Administration


Accounting and Finance



Demergasso-Bava Hall DBH218

Ph.D. in Finance, Texas A&M, 1997.
MBA, Saint Bonaventure University, 1989.
BA in Mathematics & Physics, Alfred University, 1988.

Business FInance, Financial Statement Analysis, Financial Markets & Institutions, International Finance, Derivative Securities, Managerial Finance, Management of Financial Institutions, Options, Futures, and Swaps, International Financial Management, Financial Markets

Artificial intelligence/pattern recognition, option pricing, foreign exchange dynamics, multiresolution signal analysis, implied uncertainty, noise, fear, foreign direct investment, educational technology, and course development

  • Campbell, A., Lindsay, D., Soydemir, G. A., Wagner, D. (2018). The Differential Impact of the Federal Reserve Rate Hikes on National and Regional Employment Figures: Evidence from San Joaquin County. Journal of Applied Business and Economics, 20(9), 20-29. 
  • Campbell, A., Lindsay, D., Johnson, L., Wagner, D. (2017). Closing the Loop: How Program Assessment Led to a Finance Co-Requisite. Western Journal of Human Resource Management, Fall 2017, 31-40.
  • Soydemir, G. A., Wagner, D. (2017). The Asymmetric Impact of Rational and Irrational Components of Fear Index on S&P 500 Index Returns. Review of Behavioral Finance, 9(3), 1-16.