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Carroll School of Management

Michael Barry

adjunct associate professor - finance department

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Fulton Hall 224D
617.552.0238
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EDUCATION
Ph.D., Boston College
M.B.A., Boston College
M.S., University of Massachusetts, Lowell
B.S, University of Massachusetts, Lowell

EXPERTISE/RESEARCH INTERESTS
Professor Mike Barry's research focuses on education in finance and capital structure. His teaching interests are in corporate finance and investments.

SELECTED APPOINTMENTS AND AWARDS

  • 2010 Carroll School Undergraduate Teaching Excellence award
  • 2009 Raymond F. Keyes Award for Distinguished Service
  • 2006 - One of 22 faculty selected by Businessweek as a  “Favorite Professor” from a pool of the top 50 undergraduate business programs nationally
  • 2003 Rev. John R. Trzaska Award for faculty leadership of students
  • 2002 Advising Excellence Award
  • 2001 - Chosen as Outstanding Professor by Honors Program members of School of Management

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • “Finding Competitive Bid Prices With Excel,” Fall 1999, Journal of Financial Education.
  • “Using Excel to Solve the Unequal Lives, Unequal Costs of Capital Problem”, Winter 2004, Journal of Financial Education.
  • “Hedging Strategies for Exploiting Mispriced Options Using the Black-Scholes."
  • "Model with Excel,” with R.A. Taggart, Fall/Winter 207, Journal of Applied Finance.
  • “Dice-K:  The Hundred (Plus) Million Dollar Man”, HBS Case # N9-208-043, with R. Cohen and F. M. D’Annolfo.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Professor Barry was previously employed as a Nuclear Engineer - Portsmouth Naval Shipyard from 1985-1987 and as a Nuclear Engineer - Entech Engineering from 1987-1989. He is a member of the American Finance Association and Financial Management Association