Ramesh Garg

Ramesh Garg

Professor of Finance, Faculty Advisor for Financial Management Association

 

ramesh.garg@emich.edu

Education

  • DBA Kent State University
  • MBA Kent State University

Professional Summary

Dr. Garg is a professor of Finance and the faculty advisor for the Financial Management Association student organization. Dr. Garg teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in principles of finance, financial markets and institutions, international business finance, problems in finance management and financial administration policies.

Courses Taught

  • ACC 241 Principles of Managerial Accounting
  • FIN 350 Principles of Finance
  • FIN 357 Financial Markets and Institutions
  • FIN 370 International Business Finance
  • FIN 454 Mortgage Banking
  • FIN 479 Special Topics in Finance
  • FIN 498 Two Credit Independent Study
  • FIN 540 International Finance
  • FIN 615 Financial Markets and Institutions
  • FIN 699 Three Credit Independent Study

Selected Publications

Garg, R. C. (2005). India & The United States: Outsourcing Opportunities and Risks. Global Business Trends: Contemporary Readings Cumberland, 94-100.
Garg, R. C. (2004). Americanization Versus Globalization. Global Business Trends: Contemporary Readings Cumberland.
Garg, R. C. (in press, 2004). United States and India: Outsourcing Opportunities and Risks. Academy of Business Administration 2004 Global Trends Conference.
Garg, R. C. (2003). Americanization Versus Globalization. Academy of Business Administration 2003 Global Trends Conference.
Garg, R. C. (1999). The Asian Financial Crisis of 1997 and Its Consequences. Multinational Business Review.