Steven J. Shapiro, Ph.D.


Steven J. Shapiro Ph.D.
   
  School: Management
Department: Accounting and Financial Studies
   
  Rank: Professor
Primary Domain of Expertise: Finance
Education: Ph.D. - Georgetown University
   
  Member of NYIT since: 2008
Administrative Title
: Director - Risk Management Academy


Representative Intellectual Contributions:

Shapiro, S.J. (2013) "Compounding and discounting: where are we in commercial litigation?" National Association of Forensic Economics Session; Allied Social Science Association Annual Meetings; January 4, 2013; San Diego, California.

Shapiro, S.J., Kinkela, K., Harris, P. (2012) "Churning and suitability of investments: a financial industry regulatory authority arbitration case study;" Review of Business and Case Studies: 3(1): xx-xx

Shapiro, S. J. and Horner, S. (2012) "Stationarity of Ibbotson Associates Equity Risk Premiums;" National Association of Forensic Economics Session; Western Economic Association International Conference; June 30; San Francisco, CA.

Shapiro, S. J. (2011) "More pitfalls in determining the reasonable royalty in patent cases;" Journal of Legal Economics 18(1):91-94.

Harris, P., Kinkela, K., Kutasovic, P., Malindretos, J., Shapiro, S. J. and Yun, J. K. (2011) "A critical examination of LIFO and a review of its shortcomings;" Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review 7(1):132-136. 

Shapiro, S. J., Bartels, T. and Krueger, K. V. (2011) "The form of the corporation: implications for estimating lost profits;" National Association of Forensic Economics Session, Western Economic Association International Conference; June 30; San Francisco, CA.

Shapiro, S. J., Kinkela, K. and Harris, P. (2011) "Assessing churning and suitability of investments: a case study;" American Academy of Economic and Financial Experts Annual Meeting; April 8; Las Vegas, NE.

Kinkela, K. and Shapiro, S. J. (2011) “Case study on IFRS and GAAP financial reporting;” The Institute for Business and Finance Research; May 24-27; San Jose, Costa Rica.

Shapiro, S. J. and Harris, P. (2010) "Implications for the elimination of LIFO," Financial Management Association Financial Planning and Analysis Corporate Round Table; October 20; New York, NY.

Shapiro, S. J., (2010) “What do we know about tort reform: review of empirical research;” Western Economic Association International 85th Annual Conference; June 29-July 3; Portland, OR.

Shapiro, S. J. (2010) "Tort reform in the United States: next steps;" National Association of Forensic Economics International Conference; June 4; Copenhagen, Denmark.

Shapiro, S. J. (2010) "Pitfalls in determining the reasonable royalty in patent cases;" National Association of Forensic Economics Sessions, Allied Social Science Association Annual Meetings; January 4; Atlanta, GA.

Shapiro, S. J. and Rodriguez, A.E. (2009) "Scheduled damages and the American tort environment;" in R. Thornton and J. Ward, eds. Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Damages: a Trans-Atlantic Dialogue; Emerald Press; 277-289.

Shapiro, S. J., (2008) “Assessment of portfolio churning and investment suitability: a case study,” 5th NAFE International Meeting; May 20-22; Istanbul, Turkey.

Schap, D., Shapiro, S. J. and Street, C. (2008)"Assessing economic damages in personal injury and wrongful death litigation: the state Of Rhode Island," National Association of Forensic Economics Session, Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings; January 5; New Orleans, LA.

Contact Information

Phone: 646.273.6086
E-Mail: sshapi01@nyit.edu
Campus: Manhattan
Office: 523 W. 61st Street 505