Dr. Walter Reinhart
Professor of Finance
Ph D, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
MBA, Oklahoma State University
BS, Oklahoma State University
“Bears and Bulls: Greater Volatility without Ticks.” Banking and Finance Review (Volume 2 • Issue 2 • December 2010) with Ronnie Clayton and Bill Schmidt.
Portfolio Management: Theory, Behavioral Aspects, and Applications, Seventh Edition, 2017.
Investments: Theory, Behavioral Aspects, and Applications, Fourth Edition, 2017.
“Influence of Global versus Local Rating Agencies to Japanese Financial Firms.” Journal of Asian Finance, Economics and Business(Vol. 5, No. 4, November 2018)withSeung HunHanand Yoon S. Shin.
Seung H. Han, Yoon S. Shin, Walter J. Reinhart and William T. Moore, Market Segmentation Effects in Corporate Credit Rating Changes: The Case of Emerging Markets, Journal of Financial Services Research, 35(2) 2009, 142-167.
Reinhart, W. J., Doncel, L. M., Sainz, J., A Behavioral Approach to MiFID, Banks and Banking Systems, 1, (2008).
Reinhart, W. J., Brennan, M., Behavioral Portfolios Performance Measurement, Financial Decisions, 19, 1, (2007).
Reinhart, W. J., Burns, R. M., Credito, C., Walker, J., The Clarity of Bank Loan Terminology: Practitioner versus Academic Nomenclature, Journal of Financial Education, (2007).
Keeling, K. O., Reinhart, W. J., TIPS for Investing, Journal of Taxation of Investments, Summer 2005, (2005).
Keeling, K. O., Reinhart, W. J., Treasury Inflation-Indexed Securities Provide Protection Against Inflation, Journal of Taxation of Investments, (2004), p. 9.