Finance and Business Law
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- Ph.D. Finance Florida State University 1994
- MBA University of Wisconsin Oshkosh 1990
- BS Economics University of Wisconsin Madison 1986
- Moll, C., Kunkel, R. A., Niendorf, B., & Beck, K. (2018). How Do Investment Companies Fare Under Obama and Trump Fiduciary Rules? Christopher Wright (Ed.). Journal of Accounting and Finance, 18(7).
- Niendorf, B., & Alberts, H. (2017). Student Cultural Interaction in a Short-Term Study Abroad Program. Dr. Raj Aggarwal (Ed.). Journal of Teaching in International Business, 28(1), 8.
- Arbaugh, B., Godfrey, M., Hwang, A., Leisen Pollack, B., & Niendorf, B. (2012). Quantitative Research Methods in Online Business Education: 2000-2010: A Review and Comparison by Discipline.
- Niendorf, B., Godfrey, M., Arbaugh, B., Johnson, M., Leisen Pollack, B., & Wresch, B. (2009). Research in Online and Blended Learning in the Business Disciplines: Key Findings and Possible Future Directions. Internet and Higher Education, 12(2), 71-87.
- Niendorf, B., & Beck, K. (2007). The Structure of Closed-End Fund Discounts. The Journal of Investing.
- Huffman, S. P., & Niendorf, B. (1997). The influence of going-private prediction models on abnormal returns. Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, 23 (Spring/Summer 1997), 43-53.
- Huffman, S. P., & Niendorf, B. (1996). A comparison of acquired firms' returns: By medium of exchange and exchange listing. Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, 32(2), 43-53.
- Huffman, S. P., & Niendorf, B. (1992). The ability of prediction models to explain abnormal returns of acquired firms. Journal of the Midwest Finance Association, 20 (1992), 55-67.
- Moll, C., Kunkel, R. A., & Niendorf, B. . How do Investment Companies Fare Under Obama and Trump Fiduciary Rules?. Annual MBAA Conference - Chicago, IL, Chicago, IL.
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