Assistant Professor in Finance
Office: 230 Campus Hall
Office Hours: Spring 2015
Monday 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Tuesday 1:30pm - 4:00pm
Wednesday 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Thursday 11:00am - 12:30pm
And by appointment
Teaching Interests: Portfolio Theory, Forecasting, Economics, Investments
Research Interests: International Corruption, Ethics, Entrepreneurship
Biography: B.S. in Finance and Economics, Boston College Carroll School of Management, 1989; M.B.A. Finance, St. John's University; D.P.S. in Finance and International Economics, Pace University Lubin School of Business, 2012.
LaRocca, Richard, “Assessing the Political and Socio-Economic Impact of Corruption Among Nations”, International Journal of Information Systems and Social Change, Pending publication, 2013.
LaRocca, Richard, “The Corruption Factor: How Public Sector Employees Influence the Tide”, International Journal of Society Systems Science, 2012.
LaRocca, Richard, “Corruption, Income Disparity, and the Burden of Personal Taxation on Nations’ Public Sector Employees”, Northeast Business and Economics Association Conference, 2010.
LaRocca, Richard, “Consequences of Family Relationship: The Management of Conflict within Family Businesses during Moments of Crises and Change”, Eastern Academy of Management Proceedings, 2009.