Hampton University

Faculty & Staff

Edward Pyatt

I. Current Rank

Professor of Finance - Undergraduate

II. Department

Banking & Finance and Accounting

III. Education

Doctoral Degree:

Doctor of Philosophy, January 1985, Business Administration, Finance, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Dissertation Title: “An Analysis of the Probable Impact of Deregulation on
Credit Union Performance.”

Masters Degree:

Master of Business Administration, June 1972, Banking, Columbia University, Graduate School of Business, New York, New York

Baccalaureate Degree:

Bachelor of Arts, June 1970, Economics, Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia

IV. Courses Taught:

Hampton University

FIN 421 Financial Institutions
FIN 309 Intermediate Financial Management I
FIN 310 Intermediate Financial Management II
FIN 304 Principles of Business Finance
FIN 403 Principles of Investments
FIN 409 Portfolio Theory
FIN 422 Contemporary Problems in Finance
FIN 600 Financial Analysis
FIN 620 Managerial Finance

V. Intellectual Contributions

Publications

Pyatt, E. “Lending Practices in Black-Owned Commercial Banks.” The Journal of Business and Finance Research,” Volume 1, Issue 1, Spring/Summer 2009.

Credle, Sid; Sharad Maheshawari, and Edward Pyatt; “A Comparison of Portfolio Performances of the Random and Strategic Stock Selection Strategies”: The Hampton Roads Stock Picking Contest.” The International Journal of Business and Finance Research , Volume 1, Number 1, 2007, pp. 38-47.

VI. Professional Organizations

American Finance Association
Eastern Finance Association
Southern Finance Association
Financial Management Association