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Joel Shulman

Professor

Academic Division: Entrepreneurship
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Bio

Dr. Shulman is a Chartered Financial Analyst, a Certified Management Accountant, and a Certified Cash Manager. He directs the Shulman CFA Review Program which provides training for investment professionals throughout the world. He is author or coauthor of numerous academic articles and books including Encyclopedia of Business, Leasing for Profit, Alternatives to Conventional Financing, Planning Cash Flow, How to Effectively Manage Corporate Cash, A Manager's Guide to Financial Analysis, The Job of Corporate Controller, and How to Manage and Evaluate Capital Expenditures. Dr. Shulman has consulted for small entrepreneurial firms and large corporations, including Coldwell Banker, Ford Motor Company, Freddie Mac, K Mart, Merrill Lynch, Salomon Brothers, Sears, and UNISYS. He is also an active consultant for the World Bank, assisting with the development of capital markets in Central Asia and republics of the former Soviet Union.​

Academic Degrees

  • MPA, Harvard University
  • Ph D, Michigan State University
  • MBA, Michigan State University
  • BA, Michigan State University

Academic Interests

Entrepreneurship

Courses

Degree Courses 2016-2017
  • EPS 3505: GREAT EPS WEALTH:CREATION PRSV DEST
Degree Courses 2015-2016
  • EPS 3505: GREAT EPS WEALTH:CREATION PRSV DEST
  • EPS 4530: LIVING THE EPS EXPERIENCE (GENERAL FOCUS
  • MFE 7500: MGMT CONSULTING FIELD EXPERIENCE

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Shulman, J. (2015). The Ephemeral Life of an Emerging Fund Manager. The Journal of Investing
  • Shulman, J., Stone, S. (2014). Large Cap Entrepreneurial Companies: Can Investors Generate Alpha. Journal of International Finance Studies, 12(3), 6. link
  • Shulman, J.M., Cox, R.A. (2012). Emerging Market Entrepreneur Stock Performance. Journal of International Finance Studies, 12(1), 29-36. link
  • Shulman, J.M. (2012). Entrepreneurs with Benefits: Stock Appreciation Plus High Dividend Yields. Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, 12(4), 144-149. link
  • Shulman, J.M., Cox, R.A. (2012). The Investment Returns of International Entrepreneurs. Journal of International Management Studies, 12(3), 100-107. link
  • Shulman, J.M., Noyes, E.A. (2012). The Rich Get Richer and So Can You: Investing in a Billionaires’ Index. Journal of Index Investing, The, 2(4), 12-32. link
  • Shulman, J.M., George, B.A. (2012). Growing Jobs and Getting Returns: Impact Investing Through Entrepreneurs. Journal of Global Business Management, 8(1), 123-132. link
  • Shulman, J.M. (2011). Are Entrepreneur-Led Companies Better? Evidence from Publicly Traded US Companies: 1998-2010. Journal of Risk and Financial Management, 3, 118-138.
  • Shulman, J.M. (2010). A New Investment Style Featuring an Index of Entrepreneurial Companies. Journal of Index Investing, 1(2), 107-115.
  • Shulman, J.M., Cox, R.A. (2010). Founding Family Controlled Firms' Equity performance: the Information Technology Industry 1994-2008. The Journal of International Business Research, 10(5), 134-140.
  • Zahra, S.A., Gedajlovic, E., Neubaum, D.O., Shulman, J.M. (2009). A typology of social entrepreneurs: Motives, search processes and ethical challenges. Journal of Business Venturing, 24(5), 519-532.
  • Shulman, J.M. (2009). Investing in Troubled Times: Entrepreneurs are Your Safest Bet. The Investment Professional, 2(4), 68-77.
  • Cox, R.A., Shulman, J.M. (2009). The Performance of Founder-Controlled Publicly Traded Real Estate Companies in Bull and Bear Markets. Indian Journal of Economics and Business, 8, 1-7.
  • Cox, R., Shulman, J.M. (2008). The Stock Performance of Founder-CEO Firms. Indian Journal of Economics and Business, 7, 143-151.

Conference Proceedings

  • Shulman, J.M., Cox, R.A., Stallkamp, T.T. (2009). Organic Versus Acquired Growth: A Research Note. Business Research Yearbook,
  • Cox, R.A., Shulman, J.M. (2009). Stock Performance of Entrepreneurial Companies. Academy of Business Administration Readings Book,

Others

  • Shulman, J.M. (2010). EntrepreneurShares Global Fund

Presentations

  • Large Cap Entrepreneurial Companies: Can Investors Generate Alpha
    Shulman, J., Stone, S. Large Cap Entrepreneurial Companies: Can Investors Generate Alpha International Academy of Business and Economics Fall Conference 2014, Las Vegas, NV (2014)
  • Entrepreneurs with Benefits: Stock Appreciation Plus High Dividend Yields
    Shulman, J. Entrepreneurs with Benefits: Stock Appreciation Plus High Dividend Yields International Academy of Business and Economics Fall Conference 2014, Las Vegas, NV (2012)
  • The Investment Returns of International Entrepreneurs
    Shulman, J., Cox, R. The Investment Returns of International Entrepreneurs International Academy of Business and Economics Fall Conference 2014, Las Vegas, NV (2012)
  • The Investment Returns of International Entrepreneurs
    Shulman, J., Cox, R. The Investment Returns of International Entrepreneurs International Academy of Business Disciplines Meeting, Long Beach, CA (2012)
  • Growing Jobs and getting Returns: Impact Investing through Entrepreneurs
    Shulman, J., George, B. Growing Jobs and getting Returns: Impact Investing through Entrepreneurs Global Business & International Management Winter Conference, Orlando, FL (2012)
  • Emerging Market Entrepreneur Stock Performance
    Shulman, J. Emerging Market Entrepreneur Stock Performance International Academy of Business and Economics, Las Vegas, NV (2011)
  • Are Canadian Entrepreneur-Led Companies Better?
    Shulman, J., Cox, R. Are Canadian Entrepreneur-Led Companies Better? International Academy of Business Economics, Barcelona, Spain (2011)
  • Entrepreneurs: Agents of Change in South and South east asia
    Shulman, J. Entrepreneurs: Agents of Change in South and South east asia Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR), Cambridge, MA (2011)
  • Dedication of Samih Darwazah Center of Entrepreneurship
    Shulman, J. Dedication of Samih Darwazah Center of Entrepreneurship , American University of Beirut (2011)
  • Opportunities and Challeneges of Entrepreneurial Growth
    Shulman, J. Opportunities and Challeneges of Entrepreneurial Growth 8th Innovation and Entrepreneurship Conference, Bogazici University, Istanbul (2010)
  • Founding Family Controlled Firms' Equity Performance: The Information Technology Industry 1994-2008
    Shulman, J. Founding Family Controlled Firms' Equity Performance: The Information Technology Industry 1994-2008 International Academy of Business and Economics, Las Vegas, NV (2010)
  • Do Real Estate Investment Trust Founders Perform Better?
    Shulman, J. Do Real Estate Investment Trust Founders Perform Better? IABE-2010 Bangkok Summer Conference, Bangkok, Thailand (2010)
  • Closing the Early Stage Funding Gap—US and Russian Perspectives
    Shulman, J. Closing the Early Stage Funding Gap—US and Russian Perspectives US-Russia Technology Conference: Business Opportunities, Boston, MA (2009)
  • Investing in Troubled Times: Bet on Entrepreneurs
    Shulman, J. Investing in Troubled Times: Bet on Entrepreneurs , Chicago, IL (2009)
  • Organic versus Acquired Growth; A Research Note
    Shulman, J., Cox, R., Stallkamp, T. Organic versus Acquired Growth; A Research Note International Academy of Business Disciplines Meeting, St. Louis, MO (2009)
  • The Performance of Founder-Controlled Publicly Traded Real Estate Companies in Bull and Bear Markets
    Cox, R., Shulman, J. The Performance of Founder-Controlled Publicly Traded Real Estate Companies in Bull and Bear Markets Applied Business and Entrepreneurial Association International Meeting, Kauai, Hawaii (2008)
  • Organic versus Acquired Growth: A Research Note
    Cox, R., Ceru, D., Shulman, J., Stallkamp, T. Organic versus Acquired Growth: A Research Note Academy of Entrepreneurship Finance Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada (2008)
  • Do Real Estate Founders Perform Better? Evidence From the Public Markets
    Cox, R., Shulman, J. Do Real Estate Founders Perform Better? Evidence From the Public Markets American Real Estate Society Meeting, Captiva Island, Florida (2008)
  • The Strategic Entrepreneurial Growth Model
    Cox, R., Shulman, J. The Strategic Entrepreneurial Growth Model International Academy of Business Discipline Meeting, Houston, Texas (2008)
  • The Stock Performance of Founder-CEO Firms
    Cox, R., Shulman, J. The Stock Performance of Founder-CEO Firms Applied Business and Entrepreneurship Association International Meeting, Maui, Hawaii (2007)
  • Stock Performance of Entrepreneurial Companies
    Cox, R., Shulman, J. Stock Performance of Entrepreneurial Companies Academy of Business Administration International Conference, Florence, Italy (2007)
  • Social Entrepreneurship: Domain, Contributions and Ethical Dilemmas
    Gedajlovic, E., Neubaum, D., Shulman, J., Zahra, S. Social Entrepreneurship: Domain, Contributions and Ethical Dilemmas Journal of Business Venturing Conference on Ethics and Entrepreneurship, University of Minnesota (2006)
  • Mining Gold in Founder-Based Publicly-Held Firms
    Shulman, J., Stallkamp, T. Mining Gold in Founder-Based Publicly-Held Firms Babson Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Babson College (2005)
  • Return on Nothing
    Stallkamp, T., Shulman, J. Return on Nothing Babson Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Glasgow, Scotland (2004)
  • Getting Bigger by Growing Smaller
    Shulman, J. Getting Bigger by Growing Smaller , Caracus, Venezuela (2004)

  • Rangan, U., Shulman, J. Price-Babson Entrepreneurship Conference, Babson Park, MA (2000)

  • Rangan, U., Shulman, J., Streeter, F. Price-Babson Entrepreneurship Conference, Charleston, South Carolina (1999)
  • Growing Bigger by Getting Smaller: The use of Strategic Entrepreneurial Units in Large Firms
    Rangan, U., Shulman, J., Streeter, F. Growing Bigger by Getting Smaller: The use of Strategic Entrepreneurial Units in Large Firms Price-Babson Entrepreneurship Conference, Ghent, Belgium (1998)