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Merrick School of Business

Steven Isberg

Steven C. Isberg, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Finance

Department of Finance and Economics
Office: Business Center 420
Phone: 410.837.4995
E-mail: sisberg@ubalt.edu

    Education:
  • Ph.D., Binghamton University
  • M.A., Binghamton University
  • B.A., State University College at Cortland

Professor Isberg is a member of the finance faculty and is a senior research fellow at the Credit Research Foundation. He is also frequently quoted in the media.

Intellectual Contributions

Refereed Journal Articles

Isberg, S. C. (2013). Interest Rates, Consolidation and Financial Economic Stability: An Historical Perspective. Credit and Financial Management Review. 19(1), 12pp..

Isberg, S. C., & Pitta, D. A. (2013). Using Financial Analysis to Assess Brand Equity. Journal of Product and Brand Management. 22(1), 13.

Monographs

Isberg, S. C. (2013). The Implicit Cost of Trade Credit and the Theory of Optimal Terms of Sale: Revisited for the 21st Century. Credit Research Foundation Occasional Paper. 38.

Magazine/Trade Publication

Isberg, S. C. (2011). The U.S. Economy: Headed for Another Restructuring?. Credit Research Foundation. January 2011. 4.

Isberg, S. C. (2010). QE2: Cruise Ship Headed for a Perfect Storm?. Credit Research Foundation. December 2010. 4.

Isberg, S. C. (2010). What's Going on with Hospital Credit Risk?". Credit Research Foundation. September 2010. 4.

Presentations

Isberg, S. C. National Agricultural Credit Group, "Monetary Policy and the Credit Markets," National Association of Credit Management: Midwest, Savannah, Georgia. (2014).

Isberg, S. C. Credit Research Foundation Credit and AR Forum, "Quantitative Easing, Consolidation and Economic Stability: An HIstorical Perspective," Credit Research Foundation, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. (2014).

Isberg, S. C. Society of Government Economists Annual Conference, "Quantitative Easing, Consolidation, and Economic Growth: Is Inflation a Lead-Pipe Lock?," Society of Government Economists, Washington, D. C.. (2013).

Isberg, S. C. Sonepar Credit Management Training and Forum, "Cash Flow and Management of Credit Terms and Policy," Capital Tri-State Company, Denver, Colorado. (2013).

Isberg, S. C. Omnicom National Credit Training, "Cash Flow Analysis and Managing Credit Risk," Omnicom Corporation, New York, New York. (2013).

Isberg, S. C. Omnicom National Credit Training, "Understanding Sustainability Using Financial Analysis," Omnicom Corporation, New York, New York. (2013).

Isberg, S. C. Society of Government Economists, "Integrity and Learning: Enhancing Workability and Student Performance Outcomes," Society of Government Economists, Washington, DC. (2012).

Isberg, S. C. AACSB Assessment Conference, "Capturing the Wind: Enhanced Learning Outcomes Through Student and Instructional Leadership and Integrity," AACSB, Houston, Texas. (2012).

Isberg, S. C. Credit and Accounts Receivable Professional Forum, "An Historical Perspective on the State of the U.S. Economy and Financial Markets," Credit Research Foundation, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. (2011).

Isberg, S. C. Credit and Accounts Receivable Professional Forum, "Cash Flow Analysis and Valuation," Credit Research Foundation, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. (2011).

Isberg, S. C. L'Ecole Forum and Colloquim, "The Impact of Integrity on Teaching and Learning: Maximizing Classroom Workability and Student Performance Outcomes," L'Ecole (Faculty Learning Community on Ontological Leadership, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO. (2011).

Contracts, Grants and Sponsored Research

Isberg, Steven C., "CEI/CELTT Faculty Cohort for Infusing Entrepreneurship into the Undergraduate Curriculum" Sponsored by Provost's Office/University of Baltimore, The University of Baltimore, $1500. (2013).

Isberg, Steven C., "Curriculum Development in Critical Reading" Sponsored by UB Provost Office, The University of Baltimore, $1500. (2012).

Isberg, Steven C.(Co-Principal), Gibson, Charles Edward(Co-Principal), "Instructional Technology Grant" Sponsored by UB, The University of Baltimore, $5500. (2012).

Media Contributions

The Marc Steiner Show: Four appearances on the Steiner Show discussing the current financial economic and policy situation. (2013).

Fox News: Sinclair broadcasting: 15 interviews and appearances relating to local, national, and international economic events and their impact on the economy (2013).

Fox Morning News,: Three appearances on morning news slots discussing economic events and their impact on the local and national economy (2013).

Baltimore Sun: Jos. A Bank buyout: Quoted in the Sun on seven different occasions for articles related to the Jos. A Bank merger with Men's Wearhouse. Provided reporters with extensive background material used in writing their articles. (2013).

Baltimore Sun: Interivewed and quoted in the Baltimore Sun a total of eight (8) times in regard to financial economic and government policy issues. (2013).

Marc Steiner Show: Made five appearances on the Marc Steiner Radio show to discuss a variety of financial economic and government policy issues. (2013).

Fox News/WMAR TV News: Made a total of fifteen (15) appearances either live/in-studio or recorded interviews. Covered a variety of financial economic and government policy topics. (2013).

The Daily Record (Baltimore): Authored op-ed pieces, frequently quoted on issues of corporate financial management and stewardship as well as mergers and acquisitions (2012).

The Baltimore Sun: General: Authored op-ed pieces, frequently quoted on issues of corporate financial management and stewardship as well as mergers and acquisitions (2012).

Research in Progress

"Assessment of Learning Objectives in Corporate Finance"

"Corporate Financial Performance and Receivables Benchmarking: Is Excellence Contagious?"

"Order to Cash Restructuring: From Silos to Shared Services and its Impact on Human Resources in the Credit Management Profession"