Technology-Based Financial Instruction in U.S. Universities

By Rakesh Duggal.

Published by Journal of the World Universities Forum

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In addition to the lecture method, finance instructors are increasingly employing numerous technology-based tools to impart financial instruction. These tools not only have the potential to enhance student learning but they also provide training on some of the same technology that professionals use in industry, thereby making these students more competitive in the job market. Further, the use of these tools in graduate classes enables students to focus more on creative and value enhancing activities. This paper describes some of the technology-based tools being currently used in U.S. business schools.

Keywords: Technology, Finance, Teaching

Journal of the World Universities Forum, Volume 2, Issue 3, pp.11-16. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.101MB).

Dr. Rakesh Duggal

Professor, Marketing, Finance, Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, Louisiana, USA

I am C.E. Laborde Professor of Finance at Southeastern Louisiana University. I have published in numerous finance journals including Journal of Corporate Finance and Financial Review. My areas of research include mergers and acquisitions and corporate control.


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