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Michael Schinski Faculty Page

Associate Professor of Management School Of Business
School of Business
South Hall 118A
585-245-5649
schinski@geneseo.edu
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Office Hours

Office Hours:

Tuesday & Thursday 11:30-12:30; 2:30-3:30

Wednesday 11:30-1:00

and by appointment

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • B.B.A; M.B.A; University of Toledo
  • Ph. D. Finance University of Kentucky

Affiliations

  • Financial Management Association

More About Me

Research Interests

Dr. Schinski has research interests in corporate finance, stock options, and the impact of Federal Reserve policies on the Banking industry. His research has been published in scholarly journals including, The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, the Journal of Economics and Finance, Financial Practice and Education, The Engineering Economist, and Research in Finance.

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Interests

Banking and Economic Development, Finance

Classes

  • ECON 325: Money&Financial Intermediation

    A study of monetary theory and the processes of financial intermediation. Emphasis is given to the theory of money, interest rates, types of financial intermediaries, central banking, and public control of financial intermediation and markets. (Cross listed with FNCE 325). Prerequisites: ECON 112 and junior standing. Restricted to School of Business majors. Others may seek permission from the School of Business. Offered every year

  • FNCE 311: Managerial Finance

    A study of basic financial management principles and techniques. Specific topics covered include the national and global financial environments, ethical issues and financial decision-making, valuation and analysis techniques, asset management, and capital budgeting. Restricted to School of Business majors. Others may seek permission from the School of Business. Prerequisites: ACCT 103, ECON 205, and junior or senior status.

  • FNCE 312: Advanced Managerial Finance

    A study of advanced financial management techniques. Specific topics covered include valuation and risk/return, leasing, capital budgeting, capital structure, dividend policy, and mergers/acquisitions/LBOs. Restricted to School of Business majors. Others may seek permission from the School of Business. Prerequisites: FNCE 311 and junior or senior status. Offered every year

  • FNCE 325: Money&Financial Intermediation

    A study of monetary theory and the processes of financial intermediation. Emphasis is given to the theory of money, interest rates, types of financial intermediaries, central banking, and public control of financial intermediation and markets. (Cross-listed with ECON 325). Restricted to School of Business majors. Others may seek permission from the School of Business. Prerequisites: ECON 112 and junior or senior status. Offered every year