Dr. Mitchell Miller currently teaches graduate and undergraduate finance and management-related courses with Jones International University. He is also currently on staff with Norwich University, in Vermont.
Previously, Miller was a finance professor with Nova Southeastern University from 1999-2012. His previous corporate experience includes a five-year position as Vice President of a $150 million regional financial services firm and time as Business Development Manager with Arthur Andersen, LLP and KPMG LLP.
Academically, Dr. Miller earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Brooklyn College, Master of Business Administration in Corporate Finance from Pace University’s graduate school of business and attended the College for Financial Planning, completing the CFP® Professional Education Program. Miller earned his DBA in Finance from the H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business & Entrepreneurship, Nova Southeastern University.
Dr. Miller’s recent journal publications include the following:
- Do Stocks with Dividends Outperform the Market During Recessions? Journal of Accounting and Finance, Issue 13(1), 2013.
- Do You Need an Active Fund Manager? International Journal of Business, Accounting, and Finance, Volume 6, Number 1, Winter 2011.