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Professor, Accounting and Finance
- School of Business 352
- BA, SUNY at Brockport
- MBA, Seton Hall University
- PhD, University of International Business and Economics, Beijing
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Cecilia Wagner Ricci, Ph.D. is a professor of finance at MSU. She teaches at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Her courses include the Seminar in Finance, Mergers and Acquistions, Investment Principles and Portfolio Theory, Working Capital Management, and Fundamentals of Finance.
Dr. Ricci's research interests include the vendor financing, the telecommunications industry, financial impacts of industry deregulation, financial impacts of legal changes, and working capital management.
Other interests include behavioral finance, and ethical issues in finance.
Telecommunications and other tech industries.
- 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
- 11:00 am - 11:30 am
- 2:15 pm - 2:45 pm
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- Can Students Write in Plain English?
- Does Market Cap Affect Annual Report Readability?
- Readability of the SEC's Plain English Manual
Refereed Published Articles
- C. Ricci (2022). “Checking the Checkers: Evaluating the Readability of the SEC’s Plain English Handbook” . Creighton University
- C. Ricci (2019). "Detecting Earnings Management via Financial Ratios in U.S. Small-Cap Corporations. International Research Journal of Applied Finance
- C. Ricci, S. O'Sullivan-Gavin (2018). "The Detection of Earnings Management in American Micro-Cap Companies". Journal of Applied Financial Research
- C. Ricci (2017). "Annual Report Readability: The Case of Small-Cap Companies". International Research Journal of Applied Finance
- C. Ricci (2017). Annual Report Readability: The Case of the Fortune 500. Journal of Applied Business and Economics
- C. Ricci, S. Gavin, , (2017). “Identifying Earnings Management: The Case of Small-Cap Corporations in the United States.” . International Research Journal of Applied Finance
- C. Ricci (2014). An Analysis of Earnings Manipulation via Inventory in Companies Sanctioned by the SEC. Journal of Applied Financial Research
- C. Ricci (2012). Sector Variations in the Total Asset Turnover/Operating Profit Margin Relationship. Journal of Financial and Economic Practice
- C. Ricci (2011). Manipulating Receivables: A Comparison Using the SEC’s Accounting and Auditing Enforcement Releases. Journal of Applied Business and Economics
- C. Ricci (2010). "Growth through Acquisition: The Case of Tyco". Perspectives in Business
- C. Ricci (2009). Ex Post Analysis of Bad Debt Write-offs: The Case of the S&P 500. Journal of Contemporary Business Issues
- C. Ricci (2008). "Upward Trending Days Payable Outstanding: A Cause for Pause?". Credit and Financial Management Review
- C. Ricci (2007). Income Taxes and Dividend Payouts: the Case of the Russell 2000. Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives
- C. Ricci (2006). The Legs of a Giant: Financial Effects of the 1984 AT&T Divestiture. Journal of Applied Business and Economics
- C. Ricci (2004). Impacts of a Professor's Knowledge of Students' Names: a Study of Undergraduate Finance Majors. Journal of Excellence in College Teaching
- C. Ricci (2004). The Use of EBITDA by the S&P 500: A Survey. Journal of Contemporary Business Issues
- C. Ricci (2004). The Use of Manditorily Redeemable Preferred Stock by the S&P 500. of Contemporary Business Issues
- C. Ricci (2003). Bankruptcy Prediction: the Case of the CLECS. Mid-American Journal of Business
- C. Ricci (2003). Growth through Acquisition in the Telecommunications Equipment Industry. Journal of Business Disciplines
- C. Ricci (2002). The Relationship Between EBITDA and Operating Cash Flows: The Case of the S&P 500. Central Business Review
- C. Ricci (2001). Vendor Financing: Telecom Bomb. Journal of Business & Economic Perspectives
- C. Ricci (2000). International Working Capital Practices in the US and the UK: A Comparison. European Financial Management
- C. Ricci (5s). 2002. National Business and Economic Society conference