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A. G. Tassos Malliaris

Biography

Education Economics: B.A., Athens School of Economics, 1965 M.A., The University of Oklahoma, 1970 Ph.D., The University of Oklahoma, 1971 Mathematics: M.A., The University of Oklahoma, 1972 Ph.D., The University of Chicago, 1986 Languages English, Greek, Arabic, French Loyola University Chicago Academic positions: •Assistant Professor of Economics, 1972-1977 •Associate Professor of Economics, 1978-1982 •Professor of Economics, since 1982 •Professor of Finance, since 1998 •Walter F. Mullady, Sr. Professor, since September 1987 Administrative positions: •Chair, Department of Economics (1974-1978) •Associate Dean and Director, The Graduate School of Business (1977-1989) •Dean's Advisory Committee (1995-1997) •Chair, School of Business Committee on Strategic Planning (1996-1997) •Chair, School of Business Graduate Curriculum Committee (1996-1998) •Chair, Search Committee for VP of Student Affairs (1998) •Chair, Search Committee for Senior VP of Finance (1999) •Vice Chair, Committee on Academic Review and Planning (2000-01) •Interim Dean, School of Business Administration (2004-5) Academic distinctions: •Outstanding Faculty Member Award, presented by The Graduate School of Business Alumni Association, May 1977, and May 1994. •Chicago Board of Trade Outstanding Paper Award, March 26, 1994. •Faculty Researcher of the Year 1999, School of Business Administration •Dean’s List of Top Fifteen Faculty, several quarters. •Outstanding Faculty Member of Loyola University Chicago, 2001 •Master Teacher, AACSB, 2006 Teaching Experience: University of Oklahoma, Department of Economics: •Intermediate Business Statistics •International Economics and Economic Development •Intermediate Price Theory •Intermediate Macroeconomics Theory University of Oklahoma, Department of Mathematics: •Finite Mathematical Models •Continuous Mathematical Models Loyola University Chicago, Graduate School of Business (1972 to present): •Managerial Economics •Business Fluctuations •Futures Markets •Options Markets •International Business Economics •The European Economic Community (Rome: Summer 1992 '94 '96, Athens: Summer 1998) •Emerging Markets: Financial Aspects (Bangkok, Thailand: Summer 1997) University of Texas at Austin, Graduate School of Business(Summer 1981): •Stochastic Calculus in Finance University of Oklahoma, Advanced Programs: •The World Economy (Japan) •Futures Markets (Hong Kong, Hawaii) •Global Monetary Economics (Heidelberg, Germany) University of Rome and and the University of Milan, Italy, Doctoral Program: •Stochastic Methods Seminar (Summer 1992, Summer 1994, Summer 1996, and Summer 2005) Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna, Austria: •Continuous Time Finance (Summer 1999) Athens University of Economics and Finance, Athens, Greece: •Continuous Time Finance (Spring 2001, Spring 2002) University of Piraeus School of Business, Greece: •Risk Management (Summer 2003 and Summer 2006) Editorial Boards: •International Review of Financial Analysis •Multinational Finance •Journal of Economic Asymmetries •European Research Studies •Investment Management and Financial Innovations •Frontiers in Finance and Economics