James Clifford Hackard, PhD,CFA December 2012
Department of Business 5706 Sky Country Texas A&M University San Antonio San Antonio, Texas 78247
2601 Louis Bauer Dr. Phone: Home (210) 656-9284
San Antonio, Tx 78224 Cell (210) 316-7506
Phone : (210) 784-2326 e-mail: email@example.com
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org AREAS OF INTEREST
Teaching: Corporate Finance, Investments, Theory of Finance, International Financial Management, Life Insurance
Research: Corporate Finance, Investments, Market Microstructure, International Management, Life Insurance
University of Texas at San Antonio PhD Finance May 2006 Dissertation Title: “Three Essays on Information Transmission in Financial Markets,” Dr. Yiuman Tse, Dissertation Chair
University of Texas at San Antonio MBA Finance Dec 1996 Ball State University Major: Actuarial Science May 1977 Northeastern University Major: Actuarial Science Nov 1974 University of Texas at Austin BBA Actuarial Science Jan 1970 University of Texas at Austin BA Mathematics Jan 1970 EXPERIENCE
Assistant Professor, Finance 8/09 to present
Texas A&M University San Antonio
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics and Finance 8/06-5/09 Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Teaching: Graduate and Undergraduate courses in corporate finance, Corporate Financial Analysis and Strategy, Topics in Finance (Insurance) Instructor, Department of Finance, University of Texas at San Antonio 1/04-7/06
Teaching MBA and Undergraduate Courses in Financial Management, Investments, Principles of Business Finance
Instructor, Department of Finance, St. Edward’s University, Austin 8/05-12/05 Introduction to Finance
Teaching Assistant, University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) 1/03-12/03 Research Assistant, University of Texas at San Antonio 9/02-12/02 Instructor, Center for Professional Excellence, UTSA 9/99-5/02
Teaching Investments for Personal Financial Planning course Associate Actuary, USAA Life Insurance Company 2/80-8/02 Assistant Actuary, American United Life Insurance Company 5/72-2/80 Data Processing Officer, Administrative Officer, U. S. Army 4/70-5/72
James Clifford Hackard, PhD, CFA,ASA PUBLICATIONS
Holy mad cow! Facts or (mis)perceptions: A Clinical Study. Journal of Futures Markets, 26 (4):315-341, April 2006.(with Y. Tse)
Can Island Provide Liquidity and Price Discovery in the Dark?, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 23 (2): 149-166, September 2004. (with Y. Tse)
“The Effect of Stock Splits on iShare Exchange-Traded Funds”, with P. Bandyopadhyay and Y.Tse, Managerial Finance, 36 (1,2),134-159, January-February, 2010 (with P. Bandyopadhyay and Y. Tse)
“Recent Studies of the Relationship between Financial Market Volume and Price Volatility: A survey”, with P. Bandyopadhyay and Y.Tse:
September 2010 , Financial Education Association, San Antonio, TX , April 2008, Eastern Finance Association, St. Pete’s Beach, FL “The Effect of Stock Splits on iShare Exchange-Traded Funds”, with P.
Bandyopadhyay and Y.Tse,
FMA Annual Meeting, Dallas TX, October 2008
Eastern Finance Association, St. Pete’s Beach, FL, April 2008 Midwestern Finance Association, San Antonio, TX, March 2008 Western Decision Sciences Institute, Denver, CO, April 2007
“Holy Mad Cow! Facts or (Mis)perceptions?” presented at the European FMA Annual Meeting, Zurich, Switzerland, June 2004. (with Y. Tse)
“Can Island Provide Liquidity and Price Discovery in the Dark?” presented at the FMA Annual Meeting, Denver, October 2003. (with Y. Tse)
Recent Studies of the Relationship between Financial Market Volume and Price Volatility in Emerging Markets: A survey”, with P. Bandyopadhyay Relationship Between Precious Metal Futures Contracts in US and Japanese
The relationship between number of transactions, size of transaction and volatility: Evidence from the FT-SE 100 index futures (with Y. Tse)
U. S. Life Insurance Company Financial Statement Disclosure Practices
Demutualization of Life Insurance Companies
Volume and Volatility Relationships in the Australian Ordinary Index (AOI) PROFESSIONAL DESIGNATIONS
Chartered Financial Analyst (2000)
Fellow, Life Management Institute (1990) Associate, Society of Actuaries (1976) UNIVERSITY COMMITTEE SERVICE University Level
Faculty Senate Representative School of Business 2012-Present
Internal Review Board Texas A&M University San Antonio 2010- Present
Faculty Advisor to Texas A&M University – San Antonio University Voices Choral
Group 2010- Present
Serve as faculty advisor to organization and perform with group at formal university functions (Graduations, Faculty Convocation, Delta Mu Delta Induction and MBA Hooding Ceremonies, University Building Dedication and Veterans’ Day Celebration
Curriculum Committee Texas A&M University- San Antonio 2009 – 2010 Parking Ticket Appeals Committee Texas A&M University- San Antonio 2009-
Tools and Equipment Committee – SIUE 2007-2008
Reviewed internal grant submissions for university sponsored research grants.
Faculty Fellows Program - SIUE 2007-2009
Served as Faculty Fellow for one wing of Student Dormitories, attending student activities and wing meetings, assisting Resident Assistants with move in
activities, and sponsoring wing social events. College Level
Scholarship Committee 2011- Present
Select scholarship recipient from pool of faculty recommendations for School of Business
Assessment/AACSB Accreditation Committee- 2012- present
Participating in Degree Qualification Profile study under auspices of Texas A&M University System Grant from Lumina Corporation MBA Curriculum Committee – SIUE 2007-2009
Served on Quantitative Analysis Course Design subcommittee and MBA Corporate Finance course design subcommittee
Faculty Sponsor and Advisor to Chartered Financial Analyst Institute (CFAI) Research Challenge team for Texas A&M University – San Antonio 2011- Present
Graduation Reception Committee 2010- Present Finance Faculty Search Committee Chairman 2010
Curriculum Committee Texas A&M University- San Antonio 2009-2010 Advisory Board Committee Texas A&M University- San Antonio 2009
RESEARCH GRANTS PROPOSED AND AWARDED.
Funded University Research (FUR) award for FY 2008. Topic “The Effect of Stock Splits on iShare Exchange-Traded Funds”, with P. Bandyopadhyay and Y.Tse, Award of half-time graduate research assistant.
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Professional Service
Academic Relations Chair, Financial Executives International San Antonio Chapter 2011- Present
Coordinate the selection of scholarship recipients from the seven San Antonio area four-year universities and the Alamo Community College District and serve as MC for the scholarship awards presentation at the Keith Russell Academic Awards Dinner
Program Committee and Discussant, Midwest Finance Association, January 2008, San Antonio, TX
Edit Papers for Finance PhD students at University of Texas at San Antonio, 2004- 2012
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING ACTIVITIES
Universal Design in Education Faculty Learning Community, Texas A&M University San Antonio, spring Semester 2010 (continuing)
Workshop: “Strategies for Dealing with Difficult People”, October 19, 2006. Wworkshop designed to exchange strategies for managing conflict and miscommunication in the classroom. Teaching Portfolio Workshop for the School of Business at SIUE, November 2006. Training in development of a teaching portfolio in support of tenure pursuit.
Teaching Tea: “ Research and the Faculty’s Academic Life”, February 2007. The program intended to give inexperienced faculty insight into how to balance research and teaching and how to incorporate the faculty member’s research into the classroom.
Teaching Square: Spring 2007. Participants observed each of the other professors’ classes. We met at the end of the semester to exchange the positive things we picked up from each other. Research Grant-Writing Workshop, Summer 2007, SIUE
Conducted by Graduate Studies Department. Review of proposal process, both internal and external. Development of sample proposal.
Workshop Teaching Square: Fall 2007. Corrdinated Teaching Square with two other SOB faculty, based on my experience from the previous Teaching Square Participants observed each other in class in order to learn effective teaching techniques.
Teaching Tea October 2007, entitled “Matching Learning Goals with Classroom Activities”, Attendees gave examples of their approaches to keeping the students engaged while merging current research into their classrooms.
Workshop on assessment of student learning, Fall 2007. Presentations of assessment and grading rubric for group projects and presentations, individual projects and assignments.