Dr. Greg Faulk
Dr. Greg Faulk
Professor of Finance
Email: Dr. Greg Faulk
EDUCATION & CERTIFICATIONS
- Ph.D. - Louisiana State University, Finance
- M.B.A. - Louisiana State University
- B.S. - University of Southwestern Louisiana, Mathematics
- Professor of Finance, Belmont University
- Forensic Economist; Tennessee, Kentucky, South Carolina, Ohio
- Research/Teaching Assistant, Department of Finance, Louisiana State University
- Instructor, Department of Management, Southeastern Louisiana University
- Co-founder, Senior Vice President/Cashier, Southeast National Bank
- Owner, Vice-President, Kelly's Kiddie Kare, Inc.
- Assistant Vice-President/ Investments, First Guaranty Bank
- Assistant Vice-President/Data Processing, First Guaranty Bank
- Data Processing Officer, American Bank
- Computer Programmer, Louisiana National Bank
- “Using FX Investment Simulation to Teach International Finance,” with Joseph Smolira and Seyun Yoo, Journal of Financial Education Volume 36, Fall/Winter 2010, pp 84-97.
- “The Impact of Asset Allocation, Savings and Retirement Horizons, Savings Rates, and Social Security Income in Retirement Planning: A Monte Carlo Analysis,” with Daniel Ervin and Joseph Smolira, Financial Services Review Volume 18, 2009, pp 313-331.
- "Popular Culture and the Economy," with Don Cusic, Journal of Popular Culture Volume 42 (3) June 2009, pp. 458-479.
- “Writing about Music: Technology and Music Piracy: Has the Recording Industry Lost Sales?” with Don Cusic and Robert P. Lambert. Chapter in The Popular Culture Zone: Writing Critically about Popular Culture, Allison D. Smith, Trixie G. Smith, Stacia Watkins (Ed.) Thomas Nelson/Cengage, 2008.
- “Implementing a Comprehensive Team Project in an Introductory Finance Class,” with Joseph P. Smolira, Journal of Financial Education, Volume 33, Fall 2007, pp 74-87.
- “Valuation of Decedent and Partner/Dependents Health Care in the Wrongful Death of a Person in the Workforce,” Journal of Forensic Economics, Volume 19(2) 2006 pp 161-184.
Dr. Greg Faulk, Professor of Finance, teaches Corporate Finance in the School of Business Administration. His research interests include forensic economics, retirement asset allocation, the financial aspects of the music business industry and finance pedagogy. He is also a forensic economist specializing in the area of human capital valuation.