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Data Envelopment Analysis efficiency measures
Portfolio management and performance
Corporate finance

Portfolio management and performance
Corporate efficiency
Behavioral finance
Real estate

Ph.D. - 2000, The University of Alabama
M.A. - 1998, The University of Alabama
B.S. - 1989, The University of Kentucky

Sample Publications

2011: "Do Shareholders Benefit from Sound Corporate Citizenship? An Empirical Investigation of the Best Corporate Citizens." Review of Business Research, forthcoming. Judson W. Russell and Christopher M. Brockman. (Discipline Based Research)

2010: "Consumer-Driven Health Care: Let the Consumer Decide," Review of Business Research, 10:3, (October 2010). Christopher M. Brockman, Kirk M. Erikson, and D. Michael Long. (Discipline Based Research)

2009: “Asset Replacement in the Electric Utility Industry,” Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, 9:3, (October 2009). Christopher M. Brockman and Russell C. Hardison. (Discipline Based Research)

2008:“The Price of Unconditional Love: Consumer Decision-Making for High Dollar Veterinary Care,” Journal of Business Research, 61:5, 2008, 397-405. Beverly K. Brockman, Valerie Taylor, and Christopher M. Brockman.

2006: “Return on Ethics,” The National Accounting Journal, 8:2, 2006, 25-30. Christopher M. Brockman, John G. Fulmer, Jr., and Robert Brooks.

2006:“An Examination of Long-Term Wealth Effects of Unethical Business Behavior,” Review of Business Research, 6:2, 2006, 152-158. Christopher M. Brockman, D. Michael Long, and Kathleen G. Long.  

2006: “A Relative Efficiency Approach to Modern Performance Measurement using Data Envelopment Analysis,” Journal of Financial Education, 32 (Spring), 2006, 23-44. Christopher M. Brockman, Randy I. Anderson, and Robert W. McLeod.

2006:“A Study of College Student Business Media Habits and Perceptions of the Wall Street Journal,” The Journal of Learning in Higher Education, 2:1, 2006, 1-5.Bento J. Lobo, Christopher M. Brockman, and Beverly K. Brockman.

2005: Johnson, Ken H., Thomas M. Springer, and Christopher M. Brockman “Price Effects of Non-Traditionally Broker-Marketed Properties,” TheJournal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 31:3, 331-343.

2004: Anderson, Randy I., Christopher M. Brockman, Christos Giannikos, and Robert W. McLeod, “A Non-Parametric Examination of Real Estate Mutual Fund Efficiency” International Journal of Business and Economics , 3:3, 225-238.

Professional Activities and Memberships
CFA Institute
CFA Society of Chattanooga
Financial Management Association

Honors and Awards
Exceeds Expectations EDO Rating, 2006-2007
Dean’s Merit Award – UTC, 2007-2008
Dean’s Merit Award – UTC, 2006-2007
Dean’s Merit Award – UTC, 2004-2005
Beta Gamma Sigma, Member – University of Alabama
Robert L. Hatcher, III - Graduate Teaching Award, 1997-1998