Dr. Karyl B. Leggio
Professor of Finance
Ph D, University of Kansas
MBA, East Tennessee State University
BS, Virginia Tech
Demirer, Riza, Karyl B. Leggio and Don Lien, 2019, “Herding and Flash Events: Evidence From the 2010 Flash Crash, with Riza Demirer and Don Lien, Finance Research Letters, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.frl.2018.12.018
Leggio, Karyl B., Yoon Shin, and Paul Tan, 2021, “Assessment of Credit Ratings and Credit Risk Models on Public Bonds”, Journal of Fixed Income, Spring, 1-8 (lead article).
Leggio, Karyl B. and C. Reid Nichols, 2019, “Using Monte Carlo Simulation as a Financial Modeling Tool to Support Sustainability Efforts of a Government Agency”, Journal of Management for Global Sustainability”, 7:1,
Leggio, Karyl B., 2019, “Teaching Ethics in Finance: An Applications Approach Using the Flipped, Hybrid Course Format”, Journal of Jesuit Business Education, 10:1
Leggio, Karyl, “MOOCs in the United States: A Survey”, International Journal of Chinese Education, forthcoming
Leggio, Karyl B., 2019, “Teaching Ethics in Finance: An Applications Approach Using the Flipped, Hybrid Course Format”, Journal of Jesuit Business Education, 10:1,
Leggio, Karyl and Marilyn Taylor, “Roseda’s Growth Decision”, 2017, The Case Journal, 13:3, 1-12
Cao, Qing, Mark Parry, and Karyl Leggio, 2012, " Efficiency Measurement in Branch Bank Service with Data Envelopment Analysis," International Journal of Information Systems in the Service Sector, 4:2, 1-18. Lead article
Cao, Qing, Mark Parry, and Karyl Leggio, 2011, "The Three-Factor Model and Artificial Neural Networks: Predicting Stock Price Movement in China," Annals of Operations Research, 185:1, 25
Leggio, Karyl and Don Lien, 2008, “Leland Model More Accurately Evaluates Efficacy of Portfolio Hedging Strategies” Journal of Financial Planning, 21:1, 76-83. Judges’ Grant Award Winner.
Cao, Qing and Karyl Leggio, 2008 “Alleviating the Bullwhip Effect in Supply Chain Management Using the Multi-agent Approach: An Empirical Study,” International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology.
Cao, Qing and Kary Leggio, 2008, “Applying the Real Option Approach to Vendor Selection in IT Outsourcing,” New Frontiers in Risk Management, edited by Dash Wu and David Olson, Springer Publishing.
Leggio, Karyl and Don Lien, 2007, “Covered Calls and Protective Puts: Creating Value Across Economic Cycles?” Review of Futures Markets 15:3, 295-312.
Pruitt, Stephen and Karyl Leggio, 2007, “A Naturally Controlled Experiment of Managerial Transition: Sprint Corporation's Transfer of Len Lauer from President of FON to President of PCS”, Applied Financial Economics, 17:11.
Leggio, Karyl, 2007, “Using Weather Derivatives to Hedge Precipitation Exposure,” Managerial Finance,33:4.
Cao, Qing and Karyl Leggio, 2007, “Real Option Appraisal in R&D Outsourcing,” Outsourcing Management Information Systems, edited by Mark Schniederjans, Idea Group Publishing, Hershey, PA.
Cao, Qing, David Ford, and Karyl Leggio, 2007, “The Application of Real Options to the R&D Outsourcing Decision,” Outsourcing Management Information Systems, edited by Mark Schniederjans, Idea Group Publishing, Hershey, PA.
Certified in Risk Management, since 2006.
Financial Management Association, member since 1995.
American Finance Association, member since 1995.
Midwest Finance Association, member since 1996.
Southern Finance Association, member since 1999.
Eastern Finance Association, member since 1999.
Global Who’s Who of Professionals and Executives, 2010.
Cambridge Who’s Who among Executives, Professionals and Entrepreneurs, 2009
The Global Directory of Who’s Who, 2007
Who’s Who in Worldwide Education, 2007
Who’s Who in Business Higher Education, 2007
Who’s Who in America, 2006, 2008., 2009
Who’s Who Among Executives and Professionals, 2005
Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, 2003, 2005
Who’s Who in Business Higher Education, 2002