Russell M. Price
- Finance & International Business
- School of Business
Russell M. Price, Ph.D. joined the Department of Finance and International Business in Fall 2006. He teaches MBA courses in Economics, Financial Management, Financial Institutions, and Financial Modeling. He also serves as a faculty advisor of the Howard University Real Estate Club. He holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY and a Ph.D. in Finance (Real Estate support) from The Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL. His research interests include real estate finance, asset pricing, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, mortgage pricing and REITs. His research has been presented at meetings of the American Real Estate Society, American Real Estate Urban Economics Association, Financial Management Association, Florida Education Fund, PhD project Doctoral Students Association, Southern Finance Association, and Southwestern Finance Association. His research appears in the Journal of Real Estate Research, Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management, Academy of Economics and Finance Journal, American Journal of Business Education, Journal of Business and Economics Research, Journal of Finance Case Research and Journal of Financial Risk Management. He has been certified by the National Development Council as a Housing Finance Professional.He has worked for the Consortium for Central Harlem Development and Turner Construction Company as a Financial Analyst, Financial Systems Analyst and Project Manager. He is a member of the American Finance Association, American Real Estate Society, American Real Estate Urban Economics Association, and Western Finance Association. He also is an academic member of the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts (NAREIT). Education
- Ph.D., Finance, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, 2006
- Bachelor of Science., Civil Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1977
- GFIN 500 | Financial Management
MBA Core Course that introduces students to Corporate Finance. Topics covered include financial statement analysis, time value of money, capital budgeting, bond/stock valuation and international financial management.
- GECN 503 | Economics for Global Business
Core course in MBA program. Topics include microeconomics (supply/demand, forecasting, production, market types and firm behavior) and macroeconomics (GDP/CPI, money/inflation, foreign exchange, unemployment and growth).
- OECN 503 | Economics for Global Business
Course in online MBA program. Topics include microeconomics (supply/demand, forecasting, production, market types and firm behavior) and macroeconomics (GDP/CPI, money/inflation, foreign exchange, unemployment and growth).
- GFIN 502 | Financial Maket & Institutions
This in a MBA course that is an elective for the Finance concentration. Topics cover interest rate analysis, bond/stock/mortgage/exchange rate/derivative valuation, commercial/investment banks.
- GFIN 505 | Financial Modeling
This MBA course is required for the Finance concentration. Topics covered include time value of money, bond/stock valuation, portfolio analysis, derivatives, lease analysis, while using EXCEL.