Dr Ramin Cooper Maysami

  • Former Dean/Professor, School of Business
  • Economics, Finance and Decision Sciences, UNCP

Dr. Ramin Cooper Maysami is currently the Dean and Professor of Economics and Finance at the College of Business at Jackson State University. He previously served as the Dean of the School of Business Administration, University of North Carolina at Pembroke (2011-2014) and as the Chair of Economics, Finance, and Decision Sciences department for six years prior to his appointment as Dean. He was the Founding Director of the Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies at UNCP. Dr. Maysami joined UNC Pembroke in 2003 following a 9-year stay in Singapore where he conducted research in financial services and regulation and served as a consultant to several financial institutions and government agencies, in addition to teaching in the country's premier school of business, Nanyang Business School. Dr. Maysami is an avid researcher and writer. His areas of research include regulation of financial institutions, interest-free banking and finance, entrepreneurship, and recently, online teaching and learning. His publications appear in academically refereed journals as well as professional/practitioners journals. Dr. Maysami received his Ph.D. from Iowa State University and his CPF license from the Financial Planning Association of Singapore.

There are 3 included publications by Dr Ramin Cooper Maysami :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
A Cross Sectional Study of Financial Measures in Predicting Stocks’ Riskiness during Year 2008 Crash Period 2011 0 The study tests the use of financial measures in predicting stocks’ riskiness during 2008 crash period. The stock market witnessed a number of crashes with the most recent one in year 2008. Crashes cause instability in the stock market and a collapse...
Does the Personal Trait Play a Significant Role on Chinese Students’ Perception of Sales Profession as a Career? 2014 0 The purpose of this study is to investigate students’ perceptions of personal selling as a career in the developing nations, China in this case. Research has been conducted underscoring the negative perception of the sales profession among students i...
Time-inconsistent Preference and Reference Dependence 2013 636 The paper explains time-inconsistent preferences by particularly focusing on the concept of reference dependence. The objective is to propose a short survey on various features of reference dependence and different causes that lead to the change of r...