Dr. Daniel Tompkins
Professor of Finance
- Office Location:
- Bisgrove Hall, 1st Floor, Room 170
- Office Hours:
- Fall 2013: on sabbatical leave Fall semester
- Curriculum Vitae:
Dr. Tompkins joined the faculty in January 1999. He has a Master of Business Administration from the University of Akron. Dr. Tompkins completed his doctoral education in 1993 at the University of Kentucky with a major in Finance and a minor in Statistics.
Dr. Tompkins primary research and teaching interests include investments, international finance, portfolio theory, signalling and capital structure. He recently had the following papers published:
Filbeck, G., D. L. Tompkins, P. Choong, and J. Zhao, “Share Price Reactions to Advertising Announcements and Broadcast of Media Events,” Management and Decision Economics, 33(3) (Fall/Winter 2008), pp. 229-240.
Choong, P., G. Filbeck, and D. L. Tompkins, “The Economic Worth of Target Advertising: Investigating the Returns on Investment in Highly Anticipated Television Programs,” Journal of Business Research, Cambridge, 2007, Vol. 8 (2).
He is a member of the Financial Management Association, CFA Institute and Southern Finance Association. He provides leadership and community service by serving as the Board of Directors for a Credit Union, as an officer of a local professional society and is active in other civic activities. Dr. Tompkins is also the co-moderator of the Niagara University student chapter of the Financial Management Association.
Focus of Teaching
- Finance 320 - Managerial Finance
- Finance 350 - Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
- Finance 360 - Global Finance and Economics
- Finance 643 - Corporate Financial Policy II
- Finance 644 - Investments
- Finance 645 - International Finance