Dr. Richard L. Constand

Professor of Finance

Office:                 Bldg. 76 - Room 213 ( College of Business )

Office Phone:     (850) 857-6290

e-Mail:                rconstand@uwf.edu



Department of Accounting and Finance

College of Business

The University of West Florida

11000 University Parkway

Pensacola, Florida 32514-5752



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Teaching at UWF

(Note: materials for all classes are distributed via email)


FIN 3244     Introduction to Financial Markets and Institutions

FIN 3403     Managerial Finance

FIN 4324     Commercial Bank Management

FIN 4424     Problems in Corporate Finance


FIN 6406     MBA Managerial Finance

This class is for the Executive MBA Program offered by the University of West Florida

and the Transatlantik-Institut at the Universities of Applied Sciences in Ludwigshafen and Worms.


GEB 5879    Accelerated MBA Business Analytics

                    (Time Value Calculations, Statistics and Calculus)


GEB 6895    Business and Public Policy

                    (Monetary and Fiscal Policy)


In the past, Dr. Constand has also taught courses in the areas of International Banking, Japanese Corporate Finance, and Entrepreneurial Finance.  




While at the University of Hawaii most of Dr. Constand's research focused on Japanese Corporate Finance topics and some other topics in the  Investments and Insurance areas.  His current research focuses on Entrepreneurial Finance.  Dr. Constand's research publications have appeared in Financial Management, Global Finance Journal, Journal of Multinational Financial Management, Journal of Small Business Management, Journal of Risk and Insurance and other academic and practitioner publications.  




Dr. Constand also provides financial and economic consulting services to the legal and business community in Hawaii, California, Florida and other states in the Southeast region.   His consulting work focuses on the valuation of closely held business and business related losses for litigation purposes and the economic analysis of lost earnings in personal injury and wrongful death cases.

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