Samuel Bulmash is an associate professor of finance who teaches upper-level undergraduate courses for finance majors, as well as a capital markets course for MBA students.
An expert in equity markets, inefficiencies in financial institutions, and stocks, Bulmash is an active researcher who has presented his work at more than 40 national and international academic conferences. His work has been published in journals such as Journal of Portfolio Management, Behavioral Finance, Socio-Economics and Managerial Finance. One paper in particular, "Implications of Banking Technology," is among the most downloaded papers in the field, according to the Social Sciences Research Network ("SSRN"). SSRN has ranked him in the top 7% of all authors whose papers were downloaded.
He earned his PhD in finance from Northwestern University, Kellogg Graduate School of Management. He previously served as director of the Stockton College of New Jersey's MBA program. Bulmash began his career at USF in 1985 and serves on the faculty Executive Committee of the College of Business and has served on several university-wide committees. He also serves on the finance committee for the Tampa Jewish Federation.
- FIN 4303 - Financial Institutions and Markets
- FIN 6246 - Capital Markets
- FIN 6406 - Financial Management
- "The Relation Between CEO Compensation and Performance-Revisiting New Evidence Regarding Related Factors." Presented at the July 2012 Annual Meeting of The World Finance Conference, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, July 2012.
- "Further Revisiting the Impact of Factors like CEO's Tenure, Experience, Age or Compensation on Corporate Performance," presented at the Multinational Finance Society Annual Conference in Rome, Italy, June 2011.
- "Investigating Some Factors Behind CEO Performance and Compensation" (coauthored with Nilesh Sah), presented in February 2012 at the Midwest Finance Association annual meeting in New Orleans.
- "Re-examination of Connectivity Between CEO Compensation and Tenure at the Helm and Firm Performance," Journal Corporate Ownership and Control; vol.7, August 2010.
- "An Analysis of the Relationship Between CEO Tenure and Compensation and Firm Performance." Journal of International Management Studies; Vol. 4, #2, August 2009.
- Faculty Executive Committee
- Diversity Committee
- Committee A (Department committee)