Serge Wind

Adjunct Instructor

Finance, Law and Taxation

Education
  • BA, Columbia College
  • PHD, Columbia Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
  • CO, Columbia Teachers College
Contact Info

Serge L. Wind, PhD, is Adjunct Instructor of Finance in the DBP, and is a specialist in corporate finance, M&A, valuation of firms and real estate, financial modeling and statistics. At NYUSPS, he also tutors undergraduate students in all the quantitively-based courses in DAUS. He has thirty years of experience in applying innovative quantitative financial analysis to telecommunications industry issues that required original thought and analysis. Mr. Wind served as senior advisor to the CFOs of AT&T and Lucent Technologies. He also taught at the Keller Graduate School of Management of DeVry University, where he was Senior Visiting Professor. Both Professor Wind's degrees, a Ph.D. in statistics and a B.A. in mathematics and economics (Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa), were awarded by Columbia University. Dr. Wind has written sixteen papers relating to ongoing contemporary financial events and current corporate practices.

Jun 18 2018

Trade Agreements and Global Pacts, Trade Deals and China's Trade Incursions

By Social Science Research Network
Feb 18 2017

Decline of Manufacturing in the U.S. Economy

By Social Science Research Network
Sep 09 2015

Changing Cash Environmen

By Financial Executives Networking Group
Aug 30 2015

Unemployment and Todayâ¿¿s Labor Market

By Financial Executives Networking Group
Mar 26 2015

Risk-Mitigating Strategies for Weathering Climate-Change Impacts on U.S. Companies

By Social Science Research Network
Mar 10 2015

Technological Advances and their Impact on U.S. Manufacturing

By Financial Executives Networking Group
Mar 04 2015

Technological Advances and their Impact on U.S. Manufacturing

By Financial Executives Networking Group
Jan 26 2015

Corporate Cash Coffers: Dead Money

By Financial Executives Networking Group
Jan 25 2015

Are More Americans Giving Up on Work?

By Financial Executives Networking Group
May 26 2014

Laborâ¿¿s Declining Share of Corporate Income: Impact on Income Inequality

By Social Science Research Network
Dec 31 2013

Buffett Buffeted but Triumphant

By Social Science Research Network
Aug 17 2013

Labor's Declining Share of Corporate Income: Impact on the U.S. Economy

By BAASANA International Conference Proceedings
Apr 12 2013

Review of Direct Matching Markets and the Deferred Acceptance Algorithm

By Social Science Research Network
Jul 27 2012

Why is this Job Recovery Different than All Others?

By Social Science Research Network
Dec 31 2011

Banks Matter in Eurozone Debt Crisis

By Social Science Research Network
Nov 29 2011

Eurozone Sovereign Debt Crisis

By Social Science Research Network
May 05 2011

Unemployment: Structural vs. Cyclical, and Globalization's adverse Impact

By Social Science Research Network
Dec 20 2010

A Perspective on 2008-09 Illiquidity and Capital Crisis: Past Banking Crises and their Relevance to todayï¿¿s Credit Crisis

By Review of Business
Oct 02 2010

Double Dip Looming for Housing Prices and its Impact on Economic Growth

By Social Science Research Network
Aug 08 2010

Financial State of the Nation

By Social Science Research Network
May 30 2010

New Fiscal Crisis Looming for U.S.

By Social Science Research Network
Nov 19 2009

October 2009 Employment Situation and its Implications for the Economy

By Social Science Research Network
Oct 09 2009

Why did the Mortgage Crisis lead to the Credit and Illiquidity Crisis?

By Social Science Research Network
May 30 2009

Mortgage Crisis: Tipping Points and Trends underlying the Housing Boom and its subsequent Bust

By Social Science Research Network
Oct 30 1997

Implementation of EVA [Economic Value Added]

By International Communications for Management
Jun 30 1980

Models for Planning

By International Conference on Public Utilities
Mar 30 1973

An empirical Bayes Approach to Multiple Linear Regression

By Annals of Statistics
Jun 30 1972

Stein-James Estimators of a Multivariate Location Parameter

By Annals of Mathematical Statistics