Department of Business & Economics
Bywaters Building, Room 234
Associate Finance Professor, Fort Valley State University.
Assistant Finance Professor, American University of the Middle East.
Assistant Finance Professor, Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University.
Finance Instructor, Florida State University.
Doctorate in Finance - Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.
Concentration: Investments, Econometrics, International Finance.
Master of Business Administration - Florida International University, Miami, FL.
Concentration: International Business.
Bachelor of Arts in Finance - Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.
Lawrence, K. and S. Moss: “The Effects of Priming on the Self-reporting of Perceived Stressors and Strains,” Journal of Organization Behavior, Vol. 18, 1997.
Lawrence, K.: “The Dynamic Aspects of Risk- and Characteristic-Based Returns,” Dissertation, 2001.
Lawrence, K.: “Florida Mortgage Brokerage,” Florida Department of Financial Services approved mortgage textbook.
Arbitrage and dynamic specification of financial markets.
Economic development and financial markets in emerging economies.
The interaction between derivative and underlying markets, volatility of stock market.
Financial market integration.
Monetary aspects of securities markets and asset prices.
Risk and portfolio modeling.