Kamal M. Haddad, Ph.D. (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), is professor of finance and chair of the finance department at San Diego State University. In addition to teaching in the regular undergraduate and graduate programs in San Diego State University, Dr. Haddad has taught courses at the SDSU Qualcomm, Hewlett-Packard, Sorrento Valley, and the City of Carlsbad MBA for Managers programs, Sports Business Management MBA, as well as the SDSU MSBA Taiwan programs in entrepreneurship and international business.Read More…
Dr. Haddad's principal teaching interests are in the areas of financial management and entrepreneurial finance. His research interests span financial management, international business, and financial education, with a very strong interdisciplinary thrust. He has made numerous presentations at professional society meetings in the U.S., Mexico, Canada, and Thailand, and his articles have appeared in such journals as Accounting, Organizations and Society, Financial Executive, Decision Sciences; Journal of Healthcare Management; The Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly; Financial Practice and Education; Abacus; Management Accounting; Journal of Financial Education; Finance Research Letters International Journal of Business; Asian Review of Accounting; International Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Administration; Managerial Finance; Advances in Management Accounting; Journal of Asia-Pacific Business; The Quarterly Journal of Business and Economics; and Journal of Education for Business.
Dr. Haddad was recipient of the Fowler College of Business Most Influential Finance Faculty Member award in 2002, 2013 and 2019, the Mortar Board Outstanding Faculty Service Award in 2019, an Outstanding Faculty Contribution Award in 2008, The International Federation of Accountants Award for Distinguished Contribution to Management Accounting in 1998, the 1997 Lybrand Silver Medal Award, as well as three best paper awards in 1996 and 2000.
- Ph.D., University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Finance.
- M.S., University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Industrial Engineering.
- B.B.A, American University of Beirut.
- Smith, S. M., Williamson, J., Oestreich, N., Haddad, K. (2018). Generation Skipping IRA Transfers. Kauaii Hawaii: WDSI Annual Meeting.
- Oestreich, N., Haddad, K., Williamson, J., Smith, S. H. (2017). "Some worn out low income workers who take the reduced Social Security retirement benefit at age 62 may actually be entitled to the much higher disability benefit.”. Western Decision Sciences Institute, April 2017.
- Haddad, K., Oestreich, N., Williamson, J. (2015) “Social Security Start Date; Should One Start at Full-retirement or Wait Until Age-70?” Western Decision Sciences Institute, April 2015
- Haddad, K., Singh, G., Sciglimpaglia, D., Chan, H. C. (2014). To What Extent Do Articles Published in Other Than "Top Journals" Have Impact on Marketing?. European Journal of Marketing, Vol. 48 (1/2), 271-287.
- Oestreich, N., Williamson, J., Haddad, K. (2014) TAXING HIGH-INCOME TAXPAYERS TO FINANCE HEALTH CARE. Western Decision Sciences Institute
- Haddad, K. (2013) Business Incubators: History, Taxonomies, Performance measures and Considerations for Future Research.”. United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship®
- Haddad, K., Williamson, J., Raafat, F. (2012) Revisiting the Laffer Curve: A Case for Raising Social Security Tax Rate. Western Regional Meeting of the American Institute for Decision Sciences
- Haddad, K., Wu, A., Sterk, W. (2010). Capital Budgeting Practices of Taiwanese Firms. Journal of International Management Studies, Vol. 5 (1), 178-182.
- Chow, C., Haddad, K., Singh, G., Wu, A. (2008). A Citation Analysis of the Top-Ranked Management and Financial Accounting Journals. International Journal of Management and Financial Accounting, Vol. 1 (1), 29-44.
- Haddad, K., Chow, C., Singh, G. (2007). Are Articles in “Top” Management Journals Necessarily of Higher Quality?. Journal Of Management Inquiry, Vol. 16 (4), 319-331.
- Chow, C., Haddad, K., Singh, G., Wu, A. (2007). On Using Journal Rank to Proxy for an Article’s Contribution or Value. Issues in Accounting Education, Vol. 22 (3), 411-428.
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