- St. John's University, 2003-present - Boston University School of Management, Doctor of Business Administration, 2003 - Information systems career (the former Arthur Andersen Consulting Division, AT&T), 1986-1996 - University of Pennsylvania Wharton School, Bachelor of Science Economics, 1986
Student-Managed Investment Funds, Investments, Portfolio Management
Investments, Finance Pedagogy, Portfolio Management
Neumann, J. J. (2017). A Framework for Cashflow Valuation Models within Student-Managed Investment Funds. Journal of Financial Education. vol. 43, pp. 120-140.
Stewart, S. D., Neumann, J. J., Knittel, C., and Heisler, J. (2009). ABSENCE OF VALUE: AN ANALYSIS OF INVESTMENT ALLOCATION DECISIONS BY INSTITUTIONAL PLAN SPONSORS. Financial Analysts Journal. vol. 65, pp. 34-51.
Neumann, J. J. (2009). Portfolio Management Applications for the Classroom: Illustrating spot-futures parity and bear/bull strategies with ETFs and mutual funds. Journal of the Academy of Business Education. vol. 10, pp. 108-124.
Neumann, J. J. (2009). A Pedagogical Tool for Arbitrage Using DJIA-linked Market Instruments. Journal Of Financial Education. vol. 35, pp. 114-136.
Neumann, J. J. (2008). The ETF-Index Pricing Relationship. Journal of Indexes. vol. 11, pp. 16-21.
Neumann, J. J. (2008). Integrating Market Statistics, Institutional Features, and Theory: An Experiential Approach to Teaching Investments. Journal Of Financial Education. vol. 34, pp. 112-136.
Neumann, J. J., and Kenny, P. M. (2007). Does 'Mad Money' Make the Market Go Mad?. Quarterly Review Of Economics And Finance. vol. 47, pp. 602-615.
Neumann, J. J., and Kenny, P. M. (2007). Market Reactions to Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Lightning Round. Journal of the Academy of Finance. vol. 5, pp. 72-87.
Neumann, J. J. (2007). Demonstrating Arbitrage using Diamonds and the Dow Jones Industrials Index. Review Of Business. vol. 28, pp. 73-84.
Neumann, J. J., Heisler, J., Knittel, C., and Stewart, S. (2007). Why Do Institutional Plan Sponsors Hire and Fire Their Investment Managers?. Journal of Business and Economic Studies. vol. 13, pp. 88-115.