Spring 2012 MBA Course

B9377-009: Entrepreneurship & Innovation in Financial Services (Master Class)

R - Full Term, 02:15PM to 05:30PM

Location: URI 307

Instructor: R.A Farrokhnia; Stephen Zeldes

Prerequisite(s): B6302


View textbook info

View course evaluation

To review course content and requirements, please download syllabus above.



R.A. Farrokhnia

Adjunct Associate ProfessorProfessor Farrokhnia's entrepreneurial and multi-disciplinary academic and professional career encompasses innovation-driven principal investments, M&A, operations management, and turnaround/restructuring of established and start-up ventures, with an emphasis on financial services, technology, and media. His academic and teaching endeavors focus on the successful integration of deep industrial, operational, and business analyses with practical development and execution of inventive, design-centric growth solutions.

A recipient of...

View full profile

Stephen Zeldes

Academic DirectorProfessor Zeldes has taught the core and flex-core "Global Economic Environment" courses, an interdisciplinary course titled "The Psychology and Economics of Consumer Finance",an elective course called "The Future of Retirement Wealth," and a master class on "Macro Investing." His research has examined a wide range of applied issues in macroeconomics and finance, including Social Security reform, the determinants of household saving, participant behavior in...

View full profile

Personal Website