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R. Barry Ellis

Phone: (405) 974-2158
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Biographical Info

My research interests include financial analysis and game theory.


  • Ph.D. in Finance University of North Texas, Denton, Texas
  • M.B.A. in Business East Texas State University, Commerce, Texas
  • B.B.A. in Economics and Finance Baylor University, Waco, Texas


Black, S., Ellis, R. (2010). Evaluating the Level of Critical Thinking in Introductory Investments Courses.Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 14(4), 99-106. http://www.alliedacademies.com Jung, M., Ellis, R., Epplin, M. (2010). Effects of Call Provisions and Sale and Lease-back Restrictions on Agency Costs of Debt.International Journal of Business Accounting and Finance, 4(2, Summer 2010). iabpad.com Jung, M., Ellis, R., Epplin, M. (2009). Can Agency Costs be Reduced Without Explicit Protective Covenants? The Case of Restrictions on the Sale and Lease-back Arrangments.Journal of Business and Behavioral Science, 21(1), 118-129. http://www.asbbs.org/publications.html Conference Proceedings Krishnan, V. Sivarama, Ellis, R. (2010). In Jean Heck (Ed.), Berkshire Hathaway: A Successful Conglomerate and not just a Mutual Fund! (2010th ed., vol. 11, pp. 12 pages). Journal of the Academy of Business Education. http://www.abe.sju.edu/krishnan.pdf Ellis, R. (2008). In David Wesley Whitlock and Gordon Dutile (Ed.), “Capital Rationing and the Fall” in A Noble Calling, Devotions and Essays for Business Professionals (pp. 209). Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock Publishers. http://www.wipfandstock.com Ellis, R. (2008). In Dr. Charles S. Kelley, Dr. Steve W. Lemke (Ed.), “An Examination of ‘Tentmaker’ Ministers in Missouri: Challenges and Opportunities” with David Whitlock, Mick Arnold, and Amanda Rutherford, Journal for Baptist Theology and Ministry (1st ed., vol. 5, pp. 41-52). New Orleans, Louisiana: The Journal for Baptist Theology & Ministry. baptistcenter.com/baptistsonmission.pdf


Faculty Newcomer of the Year, Southwest Baptist University. (2002).

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