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Steven Stelk

Dr. Steven Stelk II

Assistant Visiting Professor

Bio

Dr. Steven Stelk joined the University of Southern Mississippi in 2011 as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Finance. He received his Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Business Administration (Finance) and Ph.D. (Finance) from the University of Alabama. Dr. Stelk’s current research focuses on corporate financial planning and analysis. He is a Certified Corporate Financial Planning and Analysis Professional (FP&A) with the Association for Financial Professionals and serves as the Chief Financial Officer for Cycle Rate Performance (CRP). CRP is a research and development firm for the construction industry that specializes in supply chain optimization.

  • Finance (PHD) - University of Alabama (2012)
  • Finance (BS) - University of Alabama (2003)

Undergraduate Courses:
FIN 300 (Principles of Finance)
FIN 380 (Financial Analysis)
FIN 302 (Short-Term Financial Management)

Graduate Courses:
FIN 611 (Financial Management)
BA 670 (Finance Foundations)

  • An additional analysis of estimation techniques for the degree of financial leverage, Review of Financial Economics, 2018
  • REITs in a Mixed-Asset Portfolio: An Investigation of Extreme Risks, The Journal of Alternative Investments, 2017
  • Can Real Estate Brokers Affect Home Prices Under Extreme Market Conditions?, International Real Estate Review, 2017
  • ANOTHER LOOK AT UTILITIES AND LOW BETAS: SOME NEW INSIGHT, Advances in Financial Planning and Forecasting, 2016
  • An Additional Analysis on Operating Leverage Estimation Methods, Journal of Financial Economic Policy, 2015
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  • Certification in Applying the Quality Matters Rubric
  • Effective Teaching Practices
  • Certified Corporate Financial Planning and Analysis Professional
  • Association for Financial Professionals
  • English (Native or Bilingual)

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Contact Me

Scianna Hall 3087 map

Hattiesburg

Email
Steven.StelkFREEMississippi

Phone
601.266.4443

Areas of Expertise

Corporate financial planning, working capital management