Alli Nathan Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Contact Information:

anathan@providence.edu

401.865.2898

Ryan Center for Business Studies 266

Education:

Ph.D. - Finance & Economics Queen's University

Brief Biography

Passionate about international financial markets and institutions, I have taught and published in these areas in Canada, the Netherlands and the United States. I have also designed and delivered executive courses for bankers in Canada, Belgium, Switzerland, Poland, Lithuania, and Tanzania.

Area(s) of Expertise:

International Finance, Financial Institutions & Markets - History, Structure, Performance & Conduct, Financial Instruments & Innovations, Financial & Risk Management in Financial Institutions

Awards and Honors:

Best Paper Award Association for Global Business

Summer Research Grant Providence College School of Business

Killiam Fellowship @ University of Calgary Killiam Foundation of Canada

Honorable Mention Award Administrative Sciences Association of Canada

SSHRC - 3 year Research Grant SSHRC - Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council, Canada

Selected Publications:

Nathan, A. Ruggieri, M. (2013) Does Culture Influence Preferences for Academic Integrity Policy Design?. Journal of Current Research in Global Business.(16),

Nathan, A. Ruggieri, M. (2009) Challenges in Cross-Cultural Business Education. American Journal of Business Education.(2), 55-64.

Nathan, A. Lee, R. (2004) Catastrophe Backed Securities...first MBS,...then ABS,...and now CBS. Fiduciair, Financial and Economics Magazine.

Nathan, A. Lee, R. l, . (2004) CATching up with CAT Bonds. Canadian Insurance.

Nathan, A. (2004) La Simulation: une approche efficace a l'enseignement de la gestion des institutions financieres. La Revue Francophone de Gestion.

Selected Presentations:

Nathan, A. Annual Meeting of the Board of P & C Insurance Compensation Corporation of Canada. Board of P & C Insurance Compensation Corporation of Canada , Toronto, Ontario - "Risk Management, Regulation and Corporate Governance: Can they Prevent Bailouts and Bankruptcies?" June, 2007

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