J. Markham Collins
Edward E. and Helen T. Bartlett Foundation Professor of Business
Coordinator of International Business ProgramsHelmerich Hall 302-E
In 2008, Professor J. Markham Collins served as Fulbright Scholar/Lecturer in Eger, Hungary, at the Institute of Economic Science, Eszterházy, Károly College. Collins' primary teaching and research areas are international financial management and comparative business practices.
He has published articles in Journal of International Business Studies, Financial Management, The Financial Review, Business Review, Cash Management, Engineering Economist, Intermarket, Management International Review, Issues in International Business and Global Financial Perspectives. He has been the recipient of campus honors including the Mayo Excellence in Research Award and has been a Mortar Board Professor. In 2003, Collins was selected by the Oklahoma Lt. Governor's Office to lead a delegation of Oklahoma university students to Kyoto, Japan, sister state of Oklahoma. Collins has had semester-long Visiting Appointments at the University of Hong Kong, University of Auckland, New Zealand, and the University of Siegen, Germany.
Education and Degrees Earned
- Ph.D., University of Oklahoma
- M.A., University of Houston
- B.A., University of Houston
Areas of Academic Specialty
- International business finance
- Financial management
- International business