Professor of Finance
James Mallett has been teaching in the finance department at Stetson University since 1984. Since joining the faculty at Stetson University, Mallett has concentrated his teaching in investments, money and banking, and international finance at the undergraduate level, as well as the M.B.A. program and Innsbruck Study Abroad Program. He served as director of the Roland George Investments Program and George Investments Institute for 18 years and currently serves as director of the Summer Innsbruck Program.
Mallett has served as panelist and discussant at several financial association annual conferences and presented seminars for local investment clubs and civic groups as well as the Stetson community. He has also served on the Orange County, Fla., Investments Committee and as advisor to Stetson's University Trustees Investments Committee.
Alongside former finance department chair Andy Lerro, Mallet researched and formed the national Association of Student Managed Investment Programs.
- Ph.D., economics, Wayne State University
- Money and Financial Institutions
- Personal Finance
- International Finance (MBA level)
- Business Finance
- Multinational Finance
- Technology's Impact on Financial Markets
- Socially responsible investing
- Mallett, James and Belcher, L. J. "Establishing and Managing a Student Investments Program," Journal of Financial Education, forthcoming.
- Mallett, James, Belcher, L. J., and Boyd, M. (2010). "Experiment No More: The Long-Term Effectiveness of a Student-Managed Investments Program," Journal of Financial Education, 36(3/4), 1-15.
- Mallett James and Michelson, S., (2010). "Green Investing: Is it Different from Socially Responsible Investing." International Journal of Business, 14(5).
- "Memory in World Stock Prices" with Bala Arshapanalle, Larry Belcher, and K. C. Ma, International Journal of Business, Vol. 9, #2, 2004.
- "Incorporating e-Business Technology into the Finance Major," with T. Surynt, S. Michelson, and F. Augustine, Proceedings of the Academy of Business Education, September 2003
- Phone: 386-822-4061
- Fax: 386-822-7491