Dr. Thomas A. Jackman

Professor of Business Administration
(402) 465-2191
taj [at] NebrWesleyan.edu
Smith-Curtis 240D

New York Life Insurance Company, Field Underwriter, 1990-1991.
Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Division of Enforcement, Futures Trading Investigator, 1989-1990
Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Compliance Investigator, 1986-1989
Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Market Reporter, 1985-1986


Ph.D., Finance, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, May 2011
M.B.A., Finance, DePaul University, June 1986
B.S., Business Administration, May 1984

Courses taught: 

Financial Management
Bank Management
Quantitative Methods for Management
Advanced Financial Seminar

Research and academic interests: 

Doctoral Dissertation: "Corporate Bankruptcy and Prediction: An Analysis of Multi-Discriminant, Logit and Survival Models using the Statement of Cash Flows." May 2011.

"Bank Loan Commitments and Material Adverse Change Clause." Journal of Economics and Finance, article 9134, published online, May 20, 2010.

"The Rationale for Bank Mergers and Acquistions from 1987-1996." Nebraska Economics and Business Association, Volume 9, Number 1, Fall 1997.