Andrew Holmes

Andrew Holmes

Associate Professor of Finance,
Finance, Department of

Office: 640 TNRB
Phone: 801-422-3762

Biography:

Dr. Holmes joined the faculty in 1996 as an assistant professor. Raised by entrepreneurial parents, he brings an innovative spirit to all his endeavors. During his appointment as Associate Department Chair, Dr. Holmes championed the process to create an independent finance major and developed the curriculum. Currently serving as Chair of the finance department, he is most concerned with the acquisition and optimization of department resources to ensure achievement of departmental goals in teaching and research.

Selected Publications:

  • "Can I Boost My GPA By Taking Online Classes? An Analysis of Online vs Traditional Class Outcomes for Five Finance Courses", Journal of Financial Education, Volume Forthcoming.    
  • "Fundamentals of Finance: Principles and Applications. 7th Ed", Edition 7th, Issue 7th, Pages 180, Business Learning Software, Provo, UT.    
  • "Fundamentals of Finance: Principles and Applications. 7th Ed", Edition 7th, Issue 7th, Pages 180, Business Learning Software, Provo, UT.    
  • "Principles of Finance: Intuition and Analysis 5th Ed", Principles of Finance: Intuition and Analysis 5th Ed, BYU Publishing, Provo, Utah.    
  • "Financial Literacy among College Students: An Empirical Analysis", Journal of Financial Education, Volume Forthcoming, 2015.    
  • "Financial Analysis and Management for MBAs", MyEducator, Ogden, UT, 2013.    
  • "Principles of Finance: Intuition and Analysis, 4th edition", Principles of Finance: Intuition and Analysis, 4th edition, Pages 250, BYU Publishing, Provo, 2010.    
  • "Is the Cost of Success Constant in Finance and Other Business Disciplines? A Survey of Successful Authors"", Journal of Financial Education, Volume 35, Pages 7-28, The Financial Education Association, Philadelphia, 2009.    

Awards:

  • Citizenship Award - Department of Finance , BYU Department of Finance , 2010
  • Best Paper of 2006 at Journal of Real Estate Research ($10,000 prize; shared with Jim Brau) , American Real Estate Society , 2007
  • BYU Finance Society Outstanding Professor Award - 2004-2005 , BYU Finance Society , 2004
  • Teaching Excellence Award , Marritott School of Management , 2001
  • Business Management Outstanding Teaching Award , Brigham Young University , 2000
  • Annual Competitive Paper Award winner , FMA , 1999

Administrative Assignments:

  • Department Chair — 2011
  • Department Chair — 2011

Certificates and Licenses:

  • Chartered Financial Analyst CFA Institute 2001

BYU Citizenship:

  • Department Evaluation Committee Committee/Council Chair August, 2011
  • Executive Committee Committee/Council Member August, 2011
  • Executive Committee Committee/Council Member August, 2011
  • Recruiting Committee Committee/Council Member August, 2011
  • CFA Scholarship Committee Committee/Council Chair August, 2002
  • Curriculum Committee Committee/Council Member January, 2010 - August, 2012
  • Business Management Curriculum Committee Committee/Council Member 2009 - 2011
  • Finance Society Other September, 1996 - September, 2000

Professional Citizenship:

  • Journal of Real Estate Research Editorial Review Board Member 2005 - 2011

Presentations:

  • Learning Effectiveness of Online Finance Courses: An Analysis of Five Courses in an Online and Face-to-Face Environment - Finance Department - Finance Research Internal Seminar - 2013
  • How Do College Students Gain Financial Literacy - Academy of Financial Education - Academy of Financial Education - 2010
  • REIT Stock Repurchases: Completion Rates, Long-Run Returns, and the Straddle Hypothesis - - Financial Management Association Meeting - 2006
  • Examining the Validity of Managerial Signaling in Open Market Share Repurchase Announcements - - Financial Management Association Meeting - 2001