Karyn Neuhauser

Dr. Karyn Neuhauser
Professor of Finance
Department of Business

 

Phone: (409) 880-8632
Email: klneuhauser@lamar.edu
Office: Galloway Business Building Room 264

Ph.D.   Louisiana State University
M.B.A.   University of Texas at San Antonio
B.B.A.   University of Texas at San Antonio

Courses Taught

M.B.A.:

Financial Management 
Money & Capital Markets 
Special Topics in Management 

Bachelors:

Financial Markets and Institution 
Financial Model/Decision Making 
Money and Banking 
Principles of Finance 
Special Topics in Finance 

Courses taught, but not in the Schedule:

Principles of Finance (UG-SUNY
Corporate Financial Management(UG-SUNY)
Money & Banking (UG-SUNY)
Principles of Investments (UG-SUNY)
Financial Planning (UG-SUNY)
Advanced Financial Management (UG-GWU)
Financial Management (M.B.A.-GWU)
Advanced Accounting Applications for Finance (M.S.-GWU)
Cases in Financial Management and Investment Banking (M.S.-GWU)
Corporate Finance Research Seminar (Ph.D.-GWU) 

Professional Experience

Academic Experience 

Professor, Lamar University (September, 2017 - Present), Beaumont, Texas.

Associate Professor, Lamar University (August, 2009 - Present), Beaumont, Texas.

Associate Professor, SUNY - Plattsburgh (August, 2008 - August, 2009), Plattsburgh, New York.

Assistant Professor, SUNY - Plattsburgh (August, 2006 - August, 2008), Plattsburgh, New York.

Assistant Professor, George Washington University (August, 2000 - June, 2006), Washington, District of Columbia.

Temporary Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University (August, 1999 - May, 2000), Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Non-Academic Experience 

Instructor, Career Point Business School (January, 1993 - June, 1994), San Antonio, Texas.

Senior Auditor, Saltmarsh, Cleveland, & Gund, CPAs (July, 1988 - September, 1992), Pensacola, Florida.

Audit Staff, Draffin & Tucker, CPAs (January, 1988 - June, 1988), Albany, Georgia.

Consulting 

2013:  The Monk Law Firm, Prepared lost earnings capacity report.

2013:  Bernsen Law Firm, Prepared lost earning capacity report. Testified at deposition and at trial.

2012:  The Monk Law Firm, Prepared lost earnings capacity report.

2012:  Lewis, Brisbois, Bisgaard & Smith LLP, Prepared lost earnings capacity report.

Service

Service to the Institution  

Department Assignments  

Chair:
2020-2021:  Finance Faculty Curriculum Committee  
2014-2015 – 2016-2017:  Common Questions Department Coordinator  
2014-2015:  Finance Faculty Search Committee  
2012:  Chair of Economics Search Committee  

 

Faculty Advisor:
2007-2008:  Academic Advising  
 
Instructional-Related Conference:
2007-2008:  Update of Economics and Finance Department's Course Descriptions  

 

Member:
2015-2016:  Departmental Promotion and Tenure Committee  
2007-2008:  Economics Faculty Search Committee  

 

Writing Student Recommendations:
2009-2010 – 2011-2012:  Student Recommendations  
2007-2008:  Recommendation Letter Writing  

 

College Assignments  

Chair:
2020-2021:  College of Business Strategic Planning (task force - Scholarly Activity) (Co-Chair)  
2016-2017 – 2017-2018:  Undergraduate Programs Committee (Co-Chair)  
2014-2015:  Commencement Sub-Committee to Liaison with the Keynote Speaker  

 

Faculty Advisor:
2015-2016 – 2020-2021:  Finance Association  

 

Faculty Sponsor:
2007-2008:  Stock Market Club Advisor  

 

Member:
2020-2021:  College of Business Personnel Committee  
2020-2021:  Master of Science in Accounting Appeals Committee  
2019-2020 – 2020-2021:  Undergraduate Programs
2018-2019:  University Professor/Merit Award Selection Committee    
2017-2018:  Retention Committee  
2016-2017 – 2017-2018:  Committee on Statistics/Quantitative Analysis  
2016-2017:  College of Business Exit Exam Committee  
2016-2017:  Carter Innovation Fund Awards Committee  
2015-2016 – 2017-2018:  Accreditation and Assessment Committee  
2015-2016:  Accreditation and Assessment Sub-Committee on New Excel Course for COB Students  
2014-2015:  Accreditation and Assessment Committee Lamar University  
2014-2015 – 2015-2016:  Accounting Department Faculty Search Committee  
2013-2014 – 2015-2016:  Accreditation & Assessment Committee  
2014-2015:  Accreditation and Assessment Ad Hoc Committee on Service Learning Student Survey  
2014-2015:  Commencement Committee  
2014-2015:  Accreditation & Assessment's Ad Hoc Committee on B.B.A. and M.B.A. Exit Survey Revisions  
2014-2015:  Accreditation & Assessment's Ad Hoc Committee on Finance Department Learning Goals  
2014-2015:  Strategic Planning Scholarship Subcommittee  
2014-2015:  Strategic Planning Committee COB Workshop  
2013-2014:  Accreditation and Assessment's Ad Hoc Committee on Rubrics  
2013-2014:  Faculty Search Committee for the Operations Management position  
2013-2014:  Ad hoc committee for Beck Fellowship Applicant  
2012-2013:  University Professor Committee  
2009-2010 – 2013-2014:  M.B.A. Program Exit Exam Judge  
2009-2010 – 2013-2014:  Assessment Committee Lamar University  

 

Mentoring Activities:
2007-2008:  Joint Accounting & Finance Club & Stock Market Club Trip to NYC  
2007-2008:  SBE Internships  

 

Other Institutional Service Activities:
2009-2010:  Beta Gamma Sigma Initiation and Dinner  
2015-2016 – 2017-2018:  College of Business Elections Supervisor  
2009-2010 – 2010-2011:  Lamar University College of Business Alumni Reception  
2006-2007 – 2007-2008:  ETS Review Coordinator  

 

Writing Student Recommendations:
2012-2013 – 2013-2014:  Student Recommendations   

 

University Assignments  

Committee Chair:
2008-2009:  Writing Across the Curriculum Committee   

 

Committee Member:
2018-2019 – 2020-2021:  Budget Development Committee  
2017-2018:  Faculty Senate Faculty Issues Subcommittee  
2016-2017:  Faculty Senate Faculty Issues Sub-Committee  
2016-2017:  Institutional Review Board  
2015-2016:  Faculty Senate Academic Issues Sub-Committee  
2013-2014 – 2017-2018:  Education Preparation Council  
2014-2015:  Distinguished Faculty Lecture Committee
2014-2015 – 2017-2018:  Faculty Senate  
2010-2011:  Lamar University Undergraduate Curriculum Council - Curriculum Proposals Sub-Committee  
2010-2011:  Lamar University Undergraduate Curriculum Council  
2007-2008:  Writing Across the Curriculum Committee  
2007-2008 – 2008-2009:  Faculty Senate  

 

Faculty Advisor:
2012-2013:  Honors Course Requirement  

 

Mentoring Activities:
2011-2012:  WINGS Mentoring  

 

Other Institutional Service Activities:
2018-2019:  Media Interview  
2014-2015:  Faculty Marshal at Summer 2015 Commencement  
2014-2015:  Distinguished Faculty Lecture  
2014-2015:  How to be a Cardinal Seminar Series  
2014:  What's Your Big Idea?    
2011-2012:  Peer Evaluation of Online Course  
2007-2008:  Faculty Panelist for CDPI Discussion Series  

 

Service to the Profession    

Academic Conference: Discussant
2018:  Southwestern Finance Association Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico.   Discussant for the pedagogical paper "Factors Affecting Financial Risk Tolerance of Undergraduate Business Students"
2017:  Southwestern Finance Association, Little Rock, Arkansas.  Discussant of the paper: "Dividend Yields and Stock Returns under a Tax-Free Environment: Evidence from the United Arab Emirate"
March 9, 2017 
2013 – 2016:  Southwestern Finance Association.  Discussant for a paper at each year's conference. Papers discussed include "Dividend Policy and Earnings: A Study of Short- and Long-Term Causality" by Chaudry and Bolden, Indiana University of Pennsylvania (2015) and "Do Stock Splits Signal Future Cash Flows" by Fitzpatrick and Yi, SUNY Fredonia (2016).
2012:  Southwestern Finance Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.  Discussant for the paper "A Global Investigation of Dividend Yields: Shareholder Demand, Agency Problems, and Market Quality" by Jain, Chu, and Elanahas of University of Memphis on March 2, 2012.
2011:  Financial Management Association, Denver, Colorado.  Discussed South American Payout Policies: A Test of the Prudency Hypothesis by Goyal, Muckley, and von Eije in Session 093 (Determinants of Payout Policy) on October 20, 2011.
2011:  Financial Management Association, Denver, Colorado.  Discussed the paper 'South American Payout Policies: A Test of the Prudency Hypothesis' by Goyal, Muckley, and Eije.
2007:  Southwestern Finance Association, San Diego, California.  Discussed the paper 'Do Win-Win Outcomes Exist? A Study of Cross-Border M&A Transactions in Emerging Markets'

 

Academic Conference: Moderator / Facilitator
2018:  Southwestern Finance Association Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico.   Chair for TWO sessions at the March 2018 annual meeting.
2017:  Southwestern Finance Association, Little Rock, Arkansas.   Chair of Session on Dividends, Stock Splits, and Share Repurchases
2012:  Southwestern Finance Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.  Chair a session on "CEOs" on March 2, 2012.
2011:  Financial Management Association, Denver, Colorado.  Chair of FMA Conference Session 181 (Real Estate Returns) on October 21, 2011.
2011:  Financial Management Association, Denver, Colorado.  Chairperson for Session No. 181 - Real Estate Returns
2011:  Southwestern Finance Association, Houston, Texas.  Session Chair for 'Asset Pricing Models and Tests' on Friday, March 11, 2011, 2:00pm-3:30pm
2011:  Southwestern Finance Association, Houston, Texas.  Session Chair for 'Market Microstructure' on Friday, March 11, 2011, 8:30am-10:00am
2011:  Southwestern Finance Association, Houston, Texas.  Session Chair for 'Return Momentum and Investors' Sentiment' on Thursday, March 10, 2011, 10:30am-12:00pm
2007:  Eastern Finance Association conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.  Chaired an academic research session on Emerging Markets
2007:  Southwestern Finance Association, San Diego, California.  Chaired the session 'Financial Distress'

 

Board Member: PRJ Editorial Review Board
2015 – 2016:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Recognized for Examplary Volunteer Service as a Journal Contributions Peer Reviewer. Certificate dated August 24, 2015.
2008 – 2016:  International Journal of Managerial Finance, Sydney, Australia.  Editorial Board Member for the IJMF, a peer-reviewed B-level journal. Received Outstanding Reviewer award in 2015.

 

Board of Directors: Substantial Involvement
2021:  Southwestern Finance Association.   SWFA Secretary-Treasurer, 2018-2022
2018 – 2019:  Southwestern Finance Association.   Secretary/Treasurer for the Southwestern Finance Association (2018-2020).  Attend two meetings per year.  Take minutes and distribute after the meeting.  Deposit receipts and pay bills.  Report on transactions and standing of the organization twice a year. Prepare the 990 tax return.
2011 – 2012:  Southwestern Finance Association, Houston, Texas.  I was elected to the board of directors of SWFA in March 2011. The entire board consists of 8 members. The main duties of the board are to put on the annual conference event in March of each year and to oversee the Journal of Financial Research, jointly with the Southern Finance Association. Specific duties at this conference were to attend and participate in the Reception held on Thursday evening, attend and participate in the Breakfast Meeting of the Board of Directors on Friday, and attend the Luncheon that was also held on Friday. A number of items of SWFA business are handled via email and conference call meetings throughout the year but board members are also required to attend biannual meetings which are held at SWFA in March and at FMA in October of each year during a two-year term of office.

 

Chair: Conference / Track / Program
2017:  Southwestern Finance Association.   Conference program chair and reviewer.

 

Reviewer - Article / Manuscript
2020:  International Journal of Managerial Finance.  Reviewed the article "Corporate Social Responsibility and Dividend Policy: A Strategic Choice in Family Firms" for the International Journal of Managerial Finance in October 2020.
2020:  Journal of Financial Planning.   Reviewed the article "How to Estimate 'The End' of Retirement" for the Journal of Financial Planning in October 2020.
2019:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewed the article "Medicare and Tax Planning for High-Income Households" in January 2019.
2018:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewed the article "Real Estate Investing: Reducing Risk with a Cash Flow Approach" in May 2018.
2017:  Journal of Financial Planning.  
Reviewed the article "Risks in Advanced Age" for the JFP. May 2017.
2017:  International Journal of Managerial Finance.  Reviewed the paper submission " Capital Structure Determinants for Local Banks: Thailand Evidence" in January 2017.
Reference #: IJMF-11-2016-0215 
2017:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewed the paper "The Lack of HECM Literacy Needs To Be Reversed For America’s Retirement" which was subsequently retitled as "The Effect of Low Reverse Mortgage Literacy on Usage of Home Equity in Retirement Income Plans" at my request.  January 2017.
2016:  Journal of Financial Planning.   Reviewed the submitted article "Guardrails to Prevent Potential Retirement Portfolio Failure" in June 2016.
2016:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewed the article "Retirement Strategies, What Could Possibly Go Wrong?".
2015:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewed the research paper "Gauging America’s Retirement Income Planning Literacy: A Method for Determining Retirement Knowledgeable Clients” in July 2015.
2014 – 2015:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewed the research paper "Reducing Wealth Volatility: The Value of Financial Planning as Measured by Zeta" in January 2014.
2014:  International Journal of Managerial Finance.  Reviewed the research paper "Long Live Day of the Week Patterns: Lessons from the Greek Stock Market during the Euro Era (2002-2012)" in August 2014.
2014:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewed the research paper "The Changing Risk-Return Characteristics of Value and Growth Investing" in May 2014.
2013:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewed the research paper "Reducing Retirement Risk with a Rising Equity Glidepath" in September 2013.
2013:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewed the research paper "Increasing the Sustainable Withdrawal Rate using the Standby Reverse Mortgage' in July 2013.
2013:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewed the research paper "The 4% Rule is Not Safe in a Low-Yield World' in February 2013.
2012:  International Journal of Managerial Finance.  Referee for academic research paper "Indications of Overreaction with or without Stock Specific Public Announcements in the Indian Stock Market"
2012:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewer of research paper 'Neurological fMRI Evidence Suggests Clients Less Likely to "Second Guess" Underperforming Financial Advisors with CFP Certification'
2012:  International Journal of Managerial Finance.  Referee for academic article "Family firms and the market reaction to dividend news"
2012:  International Journal of Managerial Finance.  Referee for academic article "Does it pay to be green? Evidence from Fortune 500 'Green Power Partners'"
2011:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewer of "The Effect of Human Capital on the Income of Divorced Women". Review submitted 11/1/2011.
2011:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewer of article 'Retirement Income Withdrawals: Reversing the Conventional Wisdom'
2011:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewer of article 'Adding a Third Dimension to Bond Analysis: A New Tool for Evaluating Fixed-Income Investments'
2010 – 2011:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewer of article 'Portfolio Success Rates: Where to Draw the Line'
2010:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewer of article 'Tax-Efficient Stock Investing for Charitable Donors'
2010:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewer of article 'Index Classification Methodology'
2010:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Review of article 'Index Classification Methodology'
2010:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewer of article 'The Dynamic Implications of Sequence Risk on a Distribution Portfolio: Does Sequence Risk Ever Really Go Away?'
2009:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewer of article 'Unsafe at Any Speed? The Designed-In Risks of Target Date Glide Paths'
2009:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewer of the article 'Constructing Core Portfolios for Chaotic Markets'
2009:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewer of the article 'Achieving Sustainable Retirement Withdrawals: A Combined Equity and Annuity Approach'
2008:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Reviewer of 'Redefining Asset Classes: The Effect of Income Annuities on Retirement Planning Allocations'

 

 

 

Editor: Guest Editor of Journal
2006:  International Journal of Managerial Finance, Unknown, Unknown.  Guest editor for a special issue of the journal on Surveys.
 
Instructional-Related Conference
2003:  Institute of Global Management Research, Washington, District of Columbia.

 

Leadership role in professional/scientific society
2018:  Southwestern Finance Association.   Secretary/Treasurer for SWFA.  Term begins March 2018 and ends March 2020.

 

Member: Committee/Task Force
2018:  University of Technology Sydney - Faculty Hiring Committee - Outside Member.   Conducted interviews and offered feedback on several faculty candidates during the October 2018 FMA meeting in San Diego.  Approved of final offers to the selected candidates in late November 2018.

 

Officer: Organization / Association
2018 – 2019:  Southwestern Finance Association.   Secretary/Treasurer for SWFA.  Term of service (2 years): March 2018 to March 2020.
2015 – 2016:  Southwestern Finance Association, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  Served as Vice President of Events for the March 2016 South Western Finance Association (SWFA) conference. SWFA is the finance organization within the Federation of Business Disciplines (FBD). This service appointment began with attendance at meetings during the March 2015 SWFA meeting in Houston TX. During the year, I worked to make arrangements that culminated in a board breakfast, general meeting luncheon, and cocktail reception during the March 2016 SWFA meeting in Oklahoma City.  I was also responsible for ordering plaques for those who served on the board and for the keynote speaker award receipient and ordering award certificates for the best paper award winners and helping to present the awards at the conference.

 

Other Professional Service Activities
2015:  Journal of Financial Planning.  Received Volunteer Service Award from the Journal of Financial Planning in 2015. 
2015:  International Journal of Managerial Finance.  Selected to receive one of the two 2015 Outstanding Reviewer Awards made by the International Journal of Managerial Finance. 
 
Reviewer: Ad Hoc Reviewer for a Journal
2004:  Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Unknown, Unknown.

 

Reviewer: Conference Paper
2019 – 2020:  Southwestern Finance Association Annual Meeting.  In October, I reviewed a half dozen papers for acceptance at the conference in March.
2018:  Southwestern Finance Association Annual Meeting.   Reviewed six (6) papers on Mutual Funds in October 2018 that were submitted for the March 2019 conference.
2016:  Southwestern Finance Association.  On Program Committee for SWFA.   Assigned section General Finance. Reviewed 6 papers submitted for the conference in October 2016.
2010 – 2015:  Southwestern Finance Association.  Reviewed 8-15 papers each year for the March conference.  
2011:  Southwestern Finance Association.  Reviewed 9 papers for the 2012 conference.
2008:  Northern Finance AssociationNorthern Finance Association, Banff, Canada.  Reviewer for approximately 10 papers submitted to the annual Northern Finance Association conference which will be held in September 2008.
2007:  Eastern Finance AssociationEastern Finance Association, Houston, Texas.  Reviewer for approximately 10 papers submitted to the annual Eastern Finance Association conference.
2007:  Midwest Finance Association, San Antonio, Texas.  Reviewer for approximately 10 papers submitted to the annual Midwest Finance Association conference held in March 2008.
2002 – 2007:  Financial Management Association, Unknown, Unknown.  Served on FMA Program Committee which entails reviewing approximately 10 papers each year submitted for inclusion at the FMA Annual Meeting (Conference) in October.

 

Service to the Community     

Media Contact
2011:  Gas prices feature story for KBMT-12 news, Did an interview with Mollie O'Brien of KBMT-12 News in Beaumont about the decline in oil and gasoline prices. Explained to her what other factors affect gasoline prices and how economic conditions affect oil prices. Discussed current conditions in the stock market and economic conditions in the US, Europe, and China.
2008:  Mountain Lakes PBS, I was featured in an episode on the US Debt held by China on the Mountain Lakes PBS program Mountain Lake Journal.

 

Other Community Service Activities
2011:  Junior Achievement of the Golden Triangle Finance Park, Spent a day working with high school freshmen on a comprehensive personal finance and budgeting case study at Memorial High School in Port Arthur. Other volunteers were mostly from ExxonMobil and Valero Energy so it was also a good networking and public relations opportunity for Lamar. Event held on 4/29/2011, 8am-3pm.

 

Positions Held in Civic Organizations
2005 – 2006:  Northern Virginia Intergroup, Treasurer
2005:  University of Texas at San Antonio Alumni Association, Treasurer

Intellectual Contributions

Refereed Articles 

  • Michayluk, D., Neuhauser, K. L., & Walker, S. (2021). When No-News is Good News: Failing to Increase Dividents.  International Journal of Managerial Finance.
  • Michayluk, D., Neuhauser, K. L., & Walker, S. (2019).  Are All Dividends Created Equal? Australian Evidence using Dividend-Increase Track Records.   Accounting and Finance, 59 (4), 2621-2643.
  • Michayluk, D. M., Neuhauser, K. L., & Walker, S. (2019).  Dividend Consistency: Rewards, Learning, and Expectations.   Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 31 (04), 118-128.
  • Neuhauser, K. & Thompson, T. (2016).  Survivability following Reverse Stock Splits: What Determines the Fate of Non-Surviving Firms? (lead article).   Journal of Economics and Business, 83 (1), 1-22.
  • Michayluk, D. M., Neuhauser, K. L., & Walker, S. (2015).  Are Certain Dividend Increases Predictable? The Effect of Repeated Dividend Increases on Market Returns.   Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 26 (4), 118-126.
  • Neuhauser, K. L. (2015).  The Global Financial Crisis: What Have We Learned So Far? (lead article).   International Journal of Managerial Finance, 11 (2), 134-161.
  • Neuhauser, K. L. & Thompson, T. (2014).  An Examination of the Survivability of Reverse Stock Splits: Which Companies are Most Likely to Remain Viable and for How Long?   International Journal of Managerial Finance, 10 (3), 293-311.
  • Baker, W. M., Lusk, E. J., & Neuhauser, K. L. (2012).  On the Use of Cell Phones and Other Electronic Devices in the Classroom: Evidence from a Survey of Faculty and Students.   Journal of Education for Business, 87 (5), 275-289.
  • Neuhauser, K. L. (2012).  Long-term Care: Helping Clients Make the Right Choices.   Journal of Financial Planning, 25 (11), 44-56.
  • Neuhauser, K. L., Davidson, W. N., & Glascock, J. L. (2011).  An Analysis of Failed Takeover Attempts and Merger Cancellations.   International Journal of Managerial Finance, 7 (4), 347-376.
  • Michayluk, D., & Neuhauser, K. L. (2008).  Is Liquidity Symmetric? A Study of Newly Listed Internet and Technology Stocks.   International Review of Finance, 8 (3-4), 159-178.
  • Neuhauser, K. L. (2007).  Survey Research in Finance (lead article).  International Journal of Managerial Finance, 3 (1), 5-10.
  • Michayluk, D., & Neuhauser, K. (2006).  Investor Overreaction During Market Declines: Evidence From the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis.  Journal of Financial Research, 29 (2), 217-234.
  • Glascock, J. L., Michayluk, D., & Neuhauser, K. L. (2004).  The Riskiness of REITs Surrounding the October 1997 Stock Market Decline.   Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 28 (4), 339-354.
  • Baker, W. M., Lusk, E. J., & Neuhauser, K. L. (2012).  On the Use of Cell Phones and Other Electronic Devices in the Classroom: Evidence from a Survey of Faculty and Students.   Journal of Education for Business, 87 (5), 275-289.

Books, monographs, compilations, manuals

  • Gregoriou, G. N., & Neuhauser, K. L. (2009).  Mergers and Acquisitions: Current Issues (Chinese language edition) Peking University Press.  
  • Gregoriou, G. N., & Neuhauser, K. L. (Ed.). (2007).  Mergers and Acquisitions: A Global View. Houndmills, Basingstock, Hamshire, Great Britain:  Palgrave MacMillan.  

Chapters, Cases, Readings, Supplements

  • Neuhauser, K. L. (2008). Bonds. In Press, In Greg N Gregoriou (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Alternative Investments. Chapman-Hall UK. 
  • Neuhauser, K. L. (2008). Covenants (in Loans or Securities Issues). In Press, In Greg N. Gregoriou (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Alternative Investments. Chapman-Hall UK. 
  • Neuhauser, K. L. (2007). Mergers and Acquisitions: A Global View. Mergers and Acquisitions: A Global View (pp. 1-4). Palgrave MacMillan. 
  • Neuhauser, K. (2000). Overview of "A Theory of Dividends Based on Tax Clienteles" by Allen, Bernardo, and Welch. Contemporary Finance Digest. FMA International - CIBC World Markets. 

Presentation of Refereed Papers 

  • Neuhauser, K. L. (2018). Critical Thinking Exercises for Use in Financial Markets and Institutions and Similar Courses.  Southwestern Finance Association Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • Michayluk, D., Neuhauser, K., & Walker, S. (2017, March). Are All Dividends Created Equal? Australian Evidence using Dividend Increase Track Records.  Southwestern Finance Association, Little Rock, Arkansas.
  • Michayluk, D., Neuhauser, K., & Walker, S. (2016). Is There a Premium for Firms that Consistently Increase Dividends?   Southwestern Finance Association, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
  • Michayluk, D., Neuhauser, K., & Walker, S. (2015). Is There a Premium for Firms That Consistently Increase Dividends?   World Finance Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • Michayluk, D., Neuhauser, K., & Walker, S. (2014). Is There a Premium for Firms That Consistently Increase Dividends?   Southwestern Finance Association, Houston, Texas.
  • Neuhauser, K. & Thompson, T. (2014). Survivability following Reverse Stock Splits: What Determines the Fate of Non-Surviving Firms?   Southwestern Finance Association, Dallas, Texas.
  • Michayluk, D., Neuhauser, K., & Walker, S. (2013). Rewarding Stability: The Dividend-Increase Repetition Premium.   Financial Management Association, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Neuhauser, K. & Thompson, T. (2013). An Examination of the Survivability of Reverse Stock Splits:
    • Which Companies are Most Likely to Remain Viable following a Reverse Split
      • and for How Long?   Financial Management Association, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Neuhauser, K. & Thompson, T. (2013). An Examination of the Survivability of Reverse Stock Splits: If They Lose Value, Why do Companies Continue to Perform Reverse Splits?   Southwestern Finance Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • Baker, W., Lusk, E. J., & Neuhauser, K. L. (2012). On the Use of Cell Phones and Other Electronic Devices in the Classroom: Evidence from a Survey of Faculty and Students.   Southwestern Finance Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Michayluk, D., Neuhauser, K., & Walker, S. (2012). When No-News is Bad News: Failing to Increase Dividends.   Southwestern Finance Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Michayluk, D., Neuhauser, K., & Walker, S. (2010). Are Certain Dividend Increases Predictable? The Effect of Repeated Dividend Increases on Market Returns.  Financial Management Association, New York, New York.
  • Michayluk, D. & Neuhauser, K. L. (2010). Cross-industry Differences in Liquidity: Evidence from an Examination of New Issues.  Southwestern Finance Association, Dallas, Texas.
  • Neuhauser, K. L. (2009). Why is the U.S. Personal Saving Rate So Low? Southwestern Finance Association, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
  • Neuhauser, K. L. (2008, March). The IPO Market for Internet Stocks.  Midwest Finance Association, San Antonio, Texas.
  • Michayluk, D. & Neuhauser, K. L. (2007, April). Is Liquidity Symmetric? Eastern Finance Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Davidson III, W., Glascock, J. L., Neuhauser, K. L., & Slovin, M. B. (2007, March). An Analysis of Failed Takeover Attempts and the Impact of the Use of Greenmail.  Southwestern Finance Association, San Diego, California.
  • Davidson III, W., Glascock, J. L., Neuhauser, K. L., & Slovin, M. B. (2005, April). An Analysis of Failed Takeover Attempts and the Impact of the Use of Greenmail.  Eastern Finance Association, Norfolk, Virginia.
  • Michayluk, D. & Neuhauser, K. L. (2004, April). Overreaction or Increased Uncertainty: Evidence on the Uncertain Information Hypothesis from the October 27, 1997 Stock Market Decline.  Eastern Finance Association, Mystic, Connecticut.
  • Davidson III, W., Glascock, J. L., Neuhauser, K. L., & Slovin, M. B. (2002, October). An Analysis of Failed Takeover Attempts and the Impact of the Use of Greenmail.  Financial Management Association, San Antonio, 
  • Neuhauser, K., Mantecon, T., & Beard, D. (2002, April). The IPO Market for Internet Stocks.  Eastern Finance Association, Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Neuhauser, K., Mantecon, T., & Beard, D. (2001, October). The IPO Market for Internet Stocks.  Financial Management Association, Toronto, Canada-Ontario.
  • Slovin, M. B., Sushka, M. E., & Neuhauser, K. L. (2001, October). Incomplete Acquisitions: The Valuation and Performance Effects of Changes in Control.  Financial Management Association, Toronto, Ontario.
  • Michayluk, D. & Neuhauser, K. L. (1999, January). The Riskiness of REITs Surrounding the October 1997 Stock Market Decline.  Allied Social Sciences Association, New York, New York.