Dr. John Geppert earned his Ph.D. from Purdue University, and his B.S. from the University of Nebraska – Omaha. He came to CBA in 1989. His research interests include investments, time series analysis, and computational finance. His teaching interests include security analysis, international finance, multinational financial analysis and investments, His areas of expertise are financial markets and investing.
Geppert’s publications include “Do Tax-Exempt Yields Adjust Slowly to Substantial Changes in Taxable Yields?” Journal of Futures Markets; “The Effect of Time Series and Cross Sectional Heterogeneity on Panel Unit Root Tests,” Journal of Financial Research; and “Global Diversification: An Introduction for the Individual; Investor,” Minnesota Journal of Business.
Midwest Finance Association Meeting, CBOT Award for the Best Research Paper, "The Hedge Ratio: An Exact Test of the Random Walk Hypothesis," with S. E. Wilcox, Journal of the Midwest Finance Association, Vol. 20, 1991, pp. 96-106. Annual Conference on Multinational Financial Issues, The Best Paper Award, sponsored by Rutgers-The State University at Camden, "Emerging Capital Markets: Results From Cointegration Tests," with Richard DeFusco and George Tsetsekos, 1994. College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Distinguished Teaching Award - College Level, Spring 1999. Certificate of Recognition for Contributions to Students – Parents Association and Teaching Council of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln -1999 College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Distinguished Teaching Award - College Level, Spring 2000. College of Business Administration, Pinnacle Bank Faculty Award – 2002