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FIN 143: Online
Robert Boldin is a professor of finance (since
1978). In the early 1990s he became codirector of the Management
Services Group, which comprises several organizations focused on economic
development. He became director of the Indiana County Small Business
Incubator in 1997.
His academic background includes a bachelor’s
degree in chemical engineering from the University
of Pittsburgh and an MBA from Duquesne University. He holds an MA and PhD in
business and applied economics from the University
of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.
Before joining IUP in 1978, he served as assistant to the treasurer at Carnegie-Mellon University. In addition, he held faculty
positions at Clarkson University and at Franklin
and Marshall College.
His teaching and research interests include
banking, bankruptcy, emerging markets, and valuation. He has served as a
consultant for the World Bank, USAID, and other smaller firms and organizations.
He was a Fulbright Scholar in Macedonia
during spring 2007.
“When you find an organization that you enjoy being associated with and
have colleagues that you can effectively work with, that’s like money in
the bank. I guess when you think about it, it’s how and where you fit
into an organization. The interaction of its faculty, staff, and
students provide a very dynamic setting. Quite simply, it’s just a very
pleasant environment.” (...Read More)
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