Daria Newfeld, Ph.D.

Daria Newfeld, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Finance
dnewfeld@albright.edu
Roessner Hall
610-921-7888

B.S., B.A.: Rider University
M.B.A.: Rider University
Ph.D.: University of Nebraska


Areas of Expertise

Areas of Expertise

Areas of Research

Research Areas

  • Financial Education
  • Behavioral Finance

Publications

  • “Color Coding Variables in Time Value of Money Instruction”, Paper Presentation: Financial Management Association Annual Meeting, Fall, 2016
  • “Video examples for Math-phobic econometrics students”, Poster Presentation: Teaching Professor Technology Conference, Fall 2016
  • “A first assignment to create student buy-in in an introductory business statistics course”, Teaching Statistics, Fall, 2016
  • “The Shemita Effect: How a Jewish agricultural law prompted fear for Evangelical investors: Confirmation Bias and Bandwagoning in Action”, Paper Presentation: Academy of Business Research, Fall 2015
  •  “An investigation of “true” Talmudic investing”, Research in Business and Economics Journal, August, 2014
  • “An Analysis of the Relationship between Dyslexia, Risk Perception and 401(k) Allocation Decisions”, Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business, September, 2014
  •  “Teaching time value of money to dyslexic students: a pilot case study”, Journal of Instructional Pedagogies, July, 2012

Courses Taught

Courses taught