Pat Obi, Ph.D.
White Lodging Professor of Finance
An endowed professor at PNW’s College of Business, Pat Obi teaches corporate finance, financial markets, derivatives and business analytics. A student mentor, he is also a financial consultant for the City of Hammond.
Obi’s current research examines how financial market variables such as market volatility and currency valuation play a role in how international tourism development affects economic growth. Other areas of research include financial risk management in the derivatives market using options, futures and swaps. His research presentations, including research workshops, have taken place in over 60 countries.
My mantra, informed by my financial education, is that anything that is of value to you is worth paying for - in terms of your effort, money, and time. And in my recent book, We Must Change the Way We Live, I argue that our true success can only be measured by how we utilize the resources we're fortunate to have to impact the lives of others.
Obi, Pat; Ogbeide, Charles (2022). “The Mediating Effects of Implied Volatility and Exchange Rate on the U.S. Tourism-Growth Nexus,” Journal of Risk and Financial Management, 15(3): 112 – 120.
Obi, Pat; Ochapka, Ina (2020). “Financial Indicators of Corporate Social Responsibility in Nigeria: A Binary Choice Analysis,” Journal of Business Governance and Ethics, 14(1): 34-53.
Obi, Pat; Anarfo, Ebenezer; Obi, Greg (2019). “Revenue Dampening Effect of the Oil–Dollar Inverse Relationship for Sub-Saharan African Economies,” Journal of African Business, 20(3): 305-316.
- Corporate Financial Analysis and Valuation
- Financial Markets and Institutions
- Futures, Options and Swaps
- Statistics and Econometric Analysis
- Personal Financial Education
- Undergraduate Advisor
- Finance MBA Director, College of Business at PNW
- Coordinator, Finance Economics Programs at PNW
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