Jodonnis Rodriguez


Assistant Professor of Finance

Accounting and Finance

506 Gary M. Owen Building



  • Ph.D. Finance, Florida International University
  • MSc Finance, Florida International University
  • MA International Business, University of Florida
  • BA Business Administration, University of Florida

Professional Summary

Dr. Rodriguez teaches courses in the areas of derivatives and international finance. His courses focus on derivative asset pricing, financial risk hedging strategies, futures and options trading, forex market mechanics, and international capital and money markets.

Courses Taught

  • FIN 350  Principles of Finance
  • FIN 354 Investments
  • FIN 370  International Business Finance
  • FIN 451  Introduction to Financial Risk Management
  • FIN 479  Special Topics (Quantitative Methods in Finance)
  • FIN 540  International Finance
  • FIN 670  Risk Management with Derivatives
  • FIN 699  Independent Study 

Research Interests & Projects

Current research topics: Derivatives asset pricing, behavioral finance, and international finance.

Selected Publications

  • Dandapani, K., Lawrence, E.R., Rodriguez J. (2018). Determinants of Transactional Internet Banking. Journal of Financial Services Research 54(2), 243-267.
  • Rodriguez, J., Lawrence, E.R. Institutional Investment Patterns in Gender Diverse Firms. Journal of Behavioral Finance (Forthcoming). 

Professional Affiliations

  • Financial Management Association 
  • Eastern Finance Association
  • Ph.D. Project

Additional Information

  • EMU Summer Research Award, 2017. 
  • EMU Faculty Research Fellowship, 2018. 
  • EMU AS-L Faculty Fellow, 2018.