associate professor of the practice - finance department
Ph.D., Boston College
M.B.A., Boston College
M.S., University of Massachusetts, Lowell
B.S, University of Massachusetts, Lowell
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
- “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.
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