- Assistant Professor, Business
Dr. Zach Williams is an Assistant Professor at the Mercy University School of Business in Dobbs Ferry, New York. He has an MBA in Finance from the Duke University Fuqua School of Business and a Ph.D. in Business Administration from Hampton University. He has researched and published extensively on the information content of financial statements, including evaluations of IFRS, Japanese GAAP, UK GAAP, and US GAAP. Other research interests include Interest Rate Theory, ESG Investing, and Emotional Intelligence.
Prior to teaching, he worked in asset management at New York Life Insurance and started his own communications consulting company in which he trained business professionals in public speaking skills.
BA in Theater at Oberlin College, 1996
MBA in Finance at Duke University Fuqua School of Business, 2007
Ph.D. in Business Administration at Hampton University, 2020
(2020) 'The Value of Information Content in IFRS Financial Statements.' Dissertation published by ProQuest. Williams, Z.
(2018) 'The Effect of Past Interest Rates on Current Market Performance.' The Journal of Business and Finance Research 7(1). Williams, Z., Credle, S, & Michael, M.