Rohrer College of Business @ Rowan University
Gulser Meric

Gulser Meric

Professor - Finance

Biography:

Recognized for outstanding research, teaching and service, Dr. Gulser Meric is the first person to hold the prestigious John B. Campbell Professorial Chair in the Rohrer College of Business. She earned a Ph.D. degree in business and industrial economics, and an M.S. degree in business economics from Lehigh University and a B.A. degree in finance and economics from Ankara University, Turkey. Before joining the Rowan University faculty as an associate professor of finance in 1987, she taught at Rider University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, University of New England, Australia, and Koc and Hacettepe Universities, Turkey. Dr. Meric was promoted to full professor in 1994. She served as the director of the MBA program from 1993 to 1997. She is the founder of the Financial Management Association Rowan University Chapter and the Mentorship Program for Finance Students. She is the author/co-author of 100 journal articles, two books, and five book chapters, and the co-editor of a book. Her articles have appeared in prestigious finance journals such as Financial Management, Financial Review, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Investing, Journal of Multinational Financial Management, Multinational Finance Journal, Global Finance Journal, International review of Financial analysis, and Journal of Business Finance and Accounting. She is the editorial board member and guest editor of several finance journals. She has presented research papers at numerous prestigious national and international conferences. Dr. Meric teaches advanced undergraduate and MBA corporate finance classes. She was named the Professor of the Year by students in 2000. The Rowan University Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning presented her with the Wall of the Fame Award in 2003, 2008, and 2010. She was chosen the MBA Professor of the year by students in 2011.

Contact Information
Email: meric@rowan.edu
Phone: 856-256-4038

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