BARRY W. DOYLE
School of Management 459 Edgewood Ave. University of San Francisco Mill Valley, CA San Francisco, CA 94117 (415) 381-2680 (415) 422-6129
Ph.D. Finance University of Oregon 1985
M.S. Management Science University of California, Berkeley 1979
B.A. Psychology Dartmouth College 1970
ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE:
2010-2011 Interim Associate Dean for Academic Affairs 2006-2010 Chair, Department of Finance and Quantitative
1993-2011 Professor, Finance, University of San Francisco 2008-2010 Academic director, MBAE program
2007-2010 Academic coordinator, MBA Intensive program 2007-2010 Academic coordinator, MBA core program
1999-2007 Faculty Co-Director, MBAE program, University of San Francisco
1994-1999 Faculty Director, China Resources Holdings Co. and Guangzhou Enterprises; Distance Learning Programs
1984-1985 Assistant Professor, Finance, University of San Francisco
1982-1983 Visiting Instructor, Portland State University 1979-1982 Graduate Instructor, University of Oregon
“Reading the Tea Leaves at Tea and More: Resolving Complex Supply Chain Issues,” Operations and Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, Vol 3, No. 2, September 2009, with A. Bell
“Specialty Food and Beverage: A Case Study of Small Business Management”, Journal of Business Case Studies, Volume 6, Number 1, January/February 2010, with A. Bell and D. Smith
"Follow the Winner: Periodic Investing Strategies", Journal of Financial Planning, October 1995, with T. Zwirlein and V. Reddy.
"Threshhold Margins, Growth, and Inflation: Creating Real
Economic Value", European Journal of Operational Research, Fall 1993, with L.W. Murray and D. Blakley.
"A Comprehensive Planning Model for Incorporating Corporate Goal Tradeoffs", International Journal of Management, March,
1988, with L.W. Murray and D. Blakley.
"Improving the Effectiveness of Offshore Production Agreements", Management International Review, 1987, with D. Blakley and
PROCEEDINGS PUBLICATIONS/PROFESIONAL PRESENTATIONS
MNEs”, presented at China Goes Global conference, October, 2011, with X. Yang and Y. Yang
“Firm Motivation to Increase Dividends Prior to an
SEO: Costly Signals, Managerial Reputation and Market Responses”, presented at Midwest FMA, March, 2011, with Carol Graham
“Black Swans and Retirement Strategies: Is “Buy and Hold Best”?”
Proceedings, AEPP, October, 2010 with N. Tay and R. Mefford “What Financial Risk Managers Can Learn From Six Sigma Quality Programs”, Proceedings, AEPP, October, 2010 with N. Tay and R. Mefford
“Agent Based Models of Financial Markets”, presented at
International Conference on Business and Economics, Izmir, Turkey, 2005, with N. Tay
“ Specialty Food and Beverage: A Case Study of Supply Chain Management of Small Business Importers”, Proceedings, Western Decision Sciences Institute, April, 2003.
" Market Timing Using a Genetic-Fuzzy Decision Making System", Proceedings, Western Decision Sciences Institute, April, 2000
"Financial Results of Quality Programs", Proceedings of the 11th
International Working Seminar on Production Economics,, Innsbruck, Austria, February 2000, with R. Mefford.
"Dividend and Seasoned Equity Issues: An Explanation",
Proceedings, Academy of Business Administration National Conference, April, 1997.
"Shareholder Wealth Effects of Governmental Warnings: Evidence from the Tobacco and Alcohol Industries", Proceedings, Western Decision Sciences Institute, March, 1997.
“Effects of Regulation s Requiring Labeling in the Tobacco and Alcohol Industries”, Proceedings, Global Trends
Conference of the Academy of Business, Aruba, December 1995.
"New Equity Issues, Dividend Changes, and Managerial Choice", presented at EURO Financial Modelling Group annual meeting, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, May 1994.
"Threshhold Margins, Growth, and Inflation: Creating Real Economic Value", presented at the joint EURO/TIMS
conference, Helsinki, Finland, July 1992, with D. Blakley and L.W. Murray.
"Dividend Changes and Equity Issues Under Asymmetric
Information: A Sequential Signalling Model", presented at the Southwestern Finance Association Annual Meeting, March, 1992, with T. Zwirlein.
"Sustainable Growth: An Examination of Inflationary Effects". Presented at Eastern Finance Association Annual Meeting, March 1991, with D. Blakely and L.W. Murray.
"A Framework for Evaluating the Impact of Financial Policy on Firm Growth", presented at the annual EURO meeting on Financial Modelling, April, 1990, with D. Blakley and L.W. Murray.
"Measuring the Wealth Effect of Regulation: A Comparison of Two Methodologies", presented at national FMA meeting, October, 1989.
"Evaluating Alternative Methodologies in Event Studies: The Case of Regulation", Proceedings, Western Decision Sciences Institute, March, 1989, with T. Zwirlein.
"Inflation and Firm Growth", presented at National ORSA/TIMS meeting, October, 1988, with D. Blakley and L.W. Murray. "Corporate Goal Tradeoffs Under Conditions of Inflation: An IFPS-based DSS", Proceedings, IFPS Users' Association National Meeting, June, 1987, with D. Blakley and L.W. Murray.
“What Can Financial Risk Managers Learn from Six Sigma Quality Programs? 2009, with Bob Mefford and Nick Tay,
Black Swans and Retirement Strategies: Is “Buy and Hold Best”?, 2009, with Nick Tay
“Turtle Trading Rules: Is it really a money making machine”, Working Paper, 2008, with Nicholas Tay.
EXECUTIVE EDUCATION EXPERIENCE/PRESENTATIONS
• Faculty Director, Executive MBA program, 2009-2010 • Faculty Co-Director, Executive MBA program, University
of San Francisco, 1999-2007
• Faculty Director, China Resources (Holdings) Co., Executive MBA Program; 1994-1996; 1997-1999
§ directed academic delivery of distance-based tutored video instruction program to corporate client
§ responsible for oversight of program coordination including program evaluation
§ assisted with program budgets and monitoring of expenditures
§ taught courses in both Basic and Advanced Corporate Finance, 1992, 1996, 1999
• Overseas Seminar Presentations:
§ Current topics in International Finance;
presented to executives of China Resources Co., 1996,1999
§ Hyundai Program; delivered intensive weeklong seminar in International Finance to managers of Hyundai Precision Corporation; Summer 1995, 1996
• Other Seminars:
§ Business Finance & Forecasting; presented to mainland Chinese businessmen at Univ. of San Francisco, Oct. 1992
§ Certificate in Management Accounting Program; multiple dates in 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993
§ Personal Finance (for San Francisco 49ers team members); Oct. 1992
OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES, AWARDS, AND AFFILIATIONS:
Consultant; valued a complex put option on behalf of Federal Realty Investment Corp, 2007
Session organizer, including acting as chair, Financial Management Association, 2003
Ayres Fellowship, awarded by the American Banking
Association, for study at the Stonier Graduate School of Banking, June 1993
Financial Management Association American Finance Association
Reviewer, Journal of Financial Research, Journal of Financial Education