Dr. Luis Rivera
Adjunct Professor of Business Administration
Dr. Luis E. Rivera has been an adjunct faculty member at Arcadia since the summer of 2013. He loves working with Arcadia and its students. Dr. Rivera has served as a consultant for the International Monetary Fund’s Money and Capital Markets Division. He was an International Lending Officer for Manufacturers Hanover Trust, a major money center bank, involved in corporate and bank financing. Dr. Rivera was a Full Professor of Finance at Dowling College at Oakdale, New York, for over thirty years. He currently serves on the boards of the Northeast Decision Sciences Institute, the Northeast Business & Economics Association, and the Global Business & Technology Association. He has published in various books, journals, and proceedings, such as the International Journal of Commerce and Management, The Journal of Business and Society, The International Journal of Economic Research, The International Journal of Business, Accounting and Finance, The American Business Review, The Journal of Applied Business Research, International Business and Management, The Journal of Global Business & Technology, and International Business Research.
Dr. Rivera is former Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Business & Economic Studies. His formal education includes a Ph.D., an M.A., and a B.A.
- Regional Editor, Journal of Global Business and Technology. Spring 2007-present.
- Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Business and Economic Studies. 2000-2013.
Book and Journal Publications:
- "On the Empirical Evidence on the Efficiency of Latin American Banks." Advances in Management & Applied Economics, Vol. 3. No. 4, 2013, pp. 83-88, co-authored with Krishna Kasibhatla and John Malindretos.
- "Short-term Dependence in Time Series as an Index of Complexity: Example From the S&P500 Index." International Business Research, Vol. 5. No. 9, 2012, pp.38-48, co-authored with C. Rene Dominique.
- "The Dynamics of Market Share’s Growth and Competition in Quadratic Mappings." Advances in Management & Applied Economics, Vol. 3. No. 2 ( March 2013), co-authored with C. Rene Dominique.
- "Could Investor’s Expectations Explain Temporal Variations in Hurst’s Exponent, Loci of Multifractal Spectra, and Statistical prediction Errors? The Case of the S&P-500 Index." Journal International Business Research, Vol. 5, No. 5, in May 2012 co-authored with C. Rene Dominique.
- "Mixed Fractional Brownian Motion, Short and Long-term Dependence and Economic Conditions: The Case of the S&P500 Index." International BusinessManagement, Vol. 3., No. 2, November 30, 2011, co-authored with C. Rene Dominique.
- "Determining The Value-at-risk In The Shadow Of The Power Law: The Case Of The SP-500 Index," co-authored with C. Rene Dominique. Journal of Global Business & Technology. Spring 2011.
- "The Root Cause of the Subprime Mortgage Crisis and the Impact on Financial Markets." International Journal of Economic Research. January 2011, co-authored with Thomas Tallerico.
- "US Bond-Rate Inflation Dynamics, International Journal of Business, Accounting and Finance," co-authored with John Malindretos and Krishna Kasibhatla. (Previously published in the Northeast Business & Economics Association 2008 Proceedings.)
- "Empirical Evidence on the Relationship Between Concentration and Profitability in Latin American Banking." American Business Review, Volume XXIII, No. 1, January 2010, pp. 87-96, co-authored with John Malindretos, Augusting C. Arize, Krishna Kasibhatla, and Ioannis N. Kallianotis.
- "On the Implications of the Increased Presence of Foreign Banks in Central America, Panama and the Dominican Republic." International Monetary Fund, July 2008. Co-authored with Carlos Medeiros, Jorge Cayazzo, Luis Maldonado, Torsten Wezel, Jorge Ivan Canales Krijenko, and Alvaro Piris. (Unpublished Working Paper).