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Steven Rich, Ph.D.

Associate Professor - Finance, Insurance & Real Estate

Contact Information

Email:  Steve_Rich@baylor.edu
Homepage:  http://finance.baylor.edu/rich
Campus Phone:  (254) 710-4547
Fax:  (254) 710-1092
Mailing Address:  One Bear Place, #98004
Waco, TX  76798-8004
Office Location:  HSB 340

Office Hours

Monday: 11-12, 1:30-2, 3:30-4
Monday: 4-5 (5360 review in HCB 408)
Wednesday: 11-12, 1:30-2, 3:30-4
Wednesday: 4-5 (4360 review in HCB413)

Work Experience

  • Associate Professor of Finance, Baylor University (1995 - Present)
  • Assistant Professor of Finance, Baylor University (1988 - 1995)
  • Visiting Assistant Professor of Finance, Indiana University (1987 - 1988)

Awards and Honors

  • Faculty Appreciation Breakfast, Alpha Tau Omega (April 24, 2008)
  • Apple Pie with Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Chi Omega (April 23, 2008)
  • Light Your World Banquet, Phi Kappa Chi (April 22, 2008)
  • Apple Polishing Party, Delta Delta Delta (2007)
  • Book Dedication at Links to Literacy, Phi Beta Phi (2006)
  • Circle of Achievement, Mortar Board (2006)
  • Finalist for Collins Award, Senior Class (2005)
  • Teacher of the Month, Kappa Alpha Psi (2005)
  • Baylor University Outstanding Teaching Award, Baylor University (2004)
  • Finalist for Collins Award, Senior Class (2004)
  • Honorary Member of Golden Key International Honor Society, Golden Key International Honor Society (2004)
  • Annual Mentor Dinner, Phi Beta Lambda (2002)
  • Finalist for Collins Award, Senior Class (2002)
  • Annual Mentor Dinner, Phi Beta Lambda (2001)
  • Favorite Professor of the Year, Alpha Kappa Psi (2001)
  • Finalist for Collins Award, Senior Class (2001)
  • Annual Mentor Dinner, Phi Beta Lambda (2000)
  • Finalist for Collins Award, Senior Class (2000)
  • Teaching Excellence Award, Hankamer School of Business (2000)
  • Who's Who Among America's Teachers, Jeremy Wagers (2000)
  • Annual Mentor Dinner, Phi Beta Lambda (1999)
  • Finalist for Collins Award, Senior Class (1999)
  • Reception to honor favorite faculty member, Chi Omega (1998)
  • Who's Who Among America's Teachers, Michael Rocha (1998)
  • Circle of Achievement, Mortar Boar (1997)
  • Teacher of the Month, Alpha Kappa Psi (1997)
  • Circle of Achievement, Mortar Board (1996)
  • Hooding Ceremony, M.B.A. Students (1996)

Professional Memberships

  • Financial Education Association
  • Financial Management Association

Biography

Born in Fort Worth. Raised in Fort Worth, Albuquerque, and Oklahoma City. Finance degrees from Baylor (BBA and MBA) and Indiana (Ph.D.).

Publications

Teaching and Learning Scholarship

"The Weekly Review," (2013).

"Reexamining an Old Question: Does the IRR Method Implicitly Assume a Reinvestment Rate?," Journal of Financial Education, (February 2012) (coauthors: John T. Rose).

"The Weekly Review," (2012).

"The Weekly Review," (2011).

"Finance Class Lesson Planner for Wall Street Journal," (2010).

"The Weekly Review," (2010).

"The Weekly Review," (2009).

"The Weekly Review," (2008).

Basic or Discovery Scholarship

"Financing Costs and NPV Analysis in Finance and Real Estate," Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management, Vol. 14, No. 1, (January 2008), pp. 35-39 (coauthors: Charles J. Delaney, John T. Rose).

Teaching and Learning Scholarship

"Student Performance: Does Effort Matter?," Journal of Applied Finance, (2007), pp. 120-133.

"The Weekly Review," (2007).

Basic or Discovery Scholarship

"A Survey of EVA and Other Residual Income Models of Firm Performance," Journal of Finance Literature, Vol. 1, (January 2005) (coauthors: John D. Martin, J. W. Petty).

Teaching and Learning Scholarship

"The Real-Time Restructuring Project: Achieving Maximum Student Learning with Minimal Professor Effort," Journal of Financial Education, Vol. 31, (January 2005), pp. 64-75.

"Interest Rate Concepts and Terminology in Introductory Finance Textbooks," Financial Practice and Education, Vol. 7, No. 1, (Spring 1997), pp. 113-121 (coauthors: John T. Rose).

"Capital Budgeting, Sunk Costs, and the Value of the Firm: A Pedagogical Note," Journal of Financial Education, Vol. 21, (Fall 1995), pp. 52-54 (coauthors: John T. Rose).

Basic or Discovery Scholarship

"Is the Stock Market Predictable?," Baylor Business Review, (1994) (coauthors: William R. Reichenstein).

"Market Timing for the Individual Investor: Using the Predictability of Long-Horizon Stock Returns to Enhance Portfolio Returns Through Market Timing," Financial Services Review, (1994) (coauthors: William R. Reichenstein).

"Predicting Long-Horizon Stock Returns: Evidence and Implications," Financial Analysts Journal, (1994) (coauthors: William R. Reichenstein).

"The Market Risk Premium and Long-Term Stock Returns," Journal of Portfolio Management., (1993) (coauthors: William R. Reichenstein).

"Sources of Corporate Tax Data: Compustat," , 1992, pp. 50-65 (coauthors: Dan Hollingsworth).

Teaching and Learning Scholarship

"A Note on Finance Principles, Bond Valuation, and the Appropriate Discount Rate," Financial Practice and Education, Vol. 1, No. 2, (Fall 1991), pp. 99-101 (coauthors: John T. Rose).

Basic or Discovery Scholarship

"To what extent do firms manage capital structure changes?," Research in Finance: JAI Press (coauthors: John D. Martin, Steve Green).

Presentations and Proceedings

Basic or Discovery Scholarship

"Managed versus Unmanaged Changes in Corporate Capital Structures," presented at the National Mountain Plains Management Conference 2012, Kearney, NE, October 2012.
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