Detailed Information for Roy Patin Jr.

Dr. Roy P. Patin Jr. 

Contact Information

roy.patin@mwsu.edu

My Websites

Interests

Research Interests

Financial Institutions and Markets, Credit Unions, Banks

Teaching Interests

Corporate Finance, Statistics, Graduate Research Methods, Graduate Finance, Advanced Corporate Finance


Course Information

  Semester Course #    Section Course Name Location Days / Times
Details Spring 2014 FINC 4753  201  Adv Iss in Corporate Finance    Dillard College of Business Administration 175

MW 800 920

Details Spring 2014 FINC 4653  201  Financial Management    Dillard College of Business Administration 177

MW 1400 1520

Details Spring 2014 FINC 3733  201  Business Finance    Dillard College of Business Administration 175

MW 930 1050

Details Fall 2013 FINC 5713  180  Financial Administration    Dillard College of Business Administration 131

T 1900 2150

Details Fall 2013 FINC 3733  101  Business Finance    Dillard College of Business Administration 175

MW 930 1050

Details Fall 2013 FINC 3733  170  Business Finance    Dillard College of Business Administration 175

MW 1600 1720

Details Summer I 2013 FINC 3733  301  Business Finance    Dillard College of Business Administration 175

MTWR 800 1000

Details Summer I 2013 FINC 3413  301  Principles of Real Estate    Dillard College of Business Administration 175

MTWR 1220 1420

Details Spring 2013 FINC 5713  280  Financial Administration    Dillard College of Business Administration 317

T 1900 2150

Details Spring 2013 FINC 3733  201  Business Finance    Dillard College of Business Administration 175

MW 930 1050

Details Spring 2013 FINC 3733  202  Business Finance    Dillard College of Business Administration 175

MW 1230 1350

Details Fall 2012 FINC 3733  102  Business Finance    Dillard College of Business Administration 175

MW 1230 1350

Details Fall 2012 FINC 3733  101  Business Finance    Dillard College of Business Administration 323

MW 930 1050

Details Fall 2012 BUAD 3033  101  Business and Economic Stats    Dillard College of Business Administration 329

TR 930 1050

Details Fall 2012 BUAD 3033  180  Business and Economic Stats    Dillard College of Business Administration 329

TR 1730 1850

Details Summer II 2012 FINC 3413  401  Principles of Real Estate    Dillard College of Business Administration 175

MTWR 1220-1420

Details Summer II 2012 BUAD 3033  470  Business and Economic Stats    Dillard College of Business Administration 129

MTWR 1850-2050

Details Spring 2012 4753  280  Advanced Issues in Corporate Finance    Dillard College of Business Administration 131

TR 17:30-18:50

Details Spring 2012 3733  203  Business Finance    Dillard College of Business Administration 121

TR 11:00-12:20

Details Spring 2012 3733  270  Business Finance    Dillard College of Business Administration 345

MW 17:30-18:50

Details Fall 2011 5713  170  Financial Administration    Dillard College of Business Administration 131 W 0700pm-0950pm
Details Fall 2011 3733  101  Business Finance    Dillard College of Business Administration 175 MW 1230pm-0150pm
Details Fall 2011 3733  180  Business Finance    Dillard College of Business Administration 133 TR 0530pm-0650pm
Details Summer I 2011 3733   301  Business Finance     Dillard College of Business Administration 175 MTWR 8:00-10:00
Details Summer I 2011 3413   301   Principles of Real Estate     Dillard College of Business Administration 175
MTWR 12:20-14:20
Details Spring 2011 5613  270  Research Methods    Dillard College of Business Administration 313

TR 5:30-6:50pm

Details Spring 2011 3733  203  Business Finance     Dillard College of Business Administration 345

MW 11:00-12:30

Details Spring 2011 3733  201  Business Finance     Dillard College of Business Administration 175

MW 8:00-9:20am

Details Fall 2010 5713  170  Financial Administration    Dillard College of Business Administration 131

M 7:00-9:50pm

Details Fall 2010 3733  101  Business Finance    Dillard College of Business Administration 178

MW 12:30-1:50

Details Fall 2010 3733  170  Business Finance    Dillard College of Business Administration 178

MW 4:00-5:20pm




Education Background

Institution Degree    Graduation Date
Louisiana State University B.S.M.E., Mechanical Engineering 1966 
Louisiana State University M.B.A., Business Administration 1971 
Mississippi State University D.B.A., Finance 1980 



Employment Background

Institution Position Start Date / End Date
 Humble Oil and Refining Co. (EXXON)  Production Engineer  1966-Aug  1967-Nov
  Dow Chemical Company  Development Engineer  1967-Nov  1969-Sep
 McNeese State University  Instructor of Business Administration  1972-Aug  1975-Aug
 Mississippi State University  Instructor and Graduate Teaching Assistant  1975-Aug  1979-Aug
 Clemson University  Assistant Professor of Finance  1979-Aug  1980-Aug
  McNeese State University  Associate Professor of Finance  1980-Aug  1982-July
 McNeese State University  Associate Professor of Finance & Department Head  1982-July  1987-Dec
  McNeese State University  Associate Professor of Finance  1986-Dec  1992-May
 Midwestern State University  Bridwell Professor of Finance  1992-Aug  Present
 Midwestern State University  Graduate Studies Coordinator, Dillard College of Business Administration  2002-July  2005-July



Research and Publications

Refereed Articles 

Martinez, J., McNiel, D. W., & Patin, R. P. (2009).  Community Bank Use of FHLB Advances in the Kansas City Federal Reserve District, 2002-2008.  Central Business Review, XXVIII (1-2), 17-23.  

Martinez, J., Patin, R. P., & Barger, J. L. (2008).  Impact of a Subchapter S Designation as a Competitive Measure: Small Community Banks versus Credit Unions in Texas.  Midwestern Business and Economic Review (42), 5-10.  

Martinez, J., Patin, R. P., & McNiel, D. W. (2008).  Agricultural Banks' Use of FHLB Advances, 2002-2005.  Southwestern Journal of Economics, 10 (2).  

Patin, R. P., Martinez, J., & McNiel, D. W. (2007).  Viability of Community Banks in the Dallas Federal Reserve District: Evidence of Relationship and Transactional Orientation.  Journal of Applied Business Research, 23 (2), 93-100.  

Patin, R. P. & McNiel, D. W. (2006).  Chemical and Petroleum Refining Industry Credit Unions: Does Membership Diversity Affect Saftey and Performance?  Oil Gas and Energy Quarterly, 55 (1), 13-25.  

Patin, R. P., McNiel, D. W., & Martinez, J. (2004).  Membership Diversity In Educational Credit Unions: Impact on Risk and Performance.  Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, 30 (1), 40-49.  

Patin, R. P., McNiel, D. W., & Martinez, J. (2004).  Occupational Credit Unions and Common Bond Requirements: Does Membership Diversity Impact Risk and Performance?  Southern Business and Economic Journal, 27 (3), 138-153.  

Patin, R. P. & McNiel, D. W. (2001).  Credit Union Common Bond Requirements: Does Membership Diversity Improve Performance and Safety?  Midwestern Business and Economic Review (27), 1-5.  

Patin, R. P. & McNiel, D. W. (1997).  The Performance and Safety of Credit Unions Managed Entirely by Volunteers.  Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, 23 (1), 47-59.  

Patin, R. P. & McNiel, D. W. (1996).  Credit Union Safety and Parent Organization Employment Stability.  Journal of Financial and Strategic Decision Making, 9 (1), 89-99.  

Patin, R. P. & McNiel, D. W. (1996).  The Relative Safety and Performance of Petroleum Refining Industry Credit Unions.  Oil & Gas Tax Quarterly, 45 (1), 201-209.  

Patin, R. P. & McNiel, D. W. (1995).  Growing Competition in Consumer Loan and Deposit Markets: A Case of Market Interdependence Between Credit Unions and Commercial Banks.  Journal of Financial and Strategic Decision Making, 8 (2).  

Patin, R. P. & McNiel, D. W. (1993).  Credit Union Parent Company Instability Risk, Monetary Member Benefits, and Member Group Orientation.  Midwestern Journal of Business and Economics, 8 (2), 1-16.  

Patin, R. P. & McNiel, D. W. (1993).  Credit Union Safety: A Comparison of Georgia and Other U.S. Credit Unions.  Georgia Business and Economic Conditions, 53 (5), 4-6.  

Patin, R. P. & McNiel, D. W. (1992).  Safety of Non-federally Insured Versus Federally Insured Credit Unions in the United States.  Journal of Economics and Finance, 16 (3), 49-56.  

Patin, R. P. & McNiel, D. W. (1992).  The Safety of Texas Credit Unions: A Comparison with Other United States Credit Unions.  Southwest Journal of Business and Economics, 9 (2), 7-12.  

Patin, R. P. & McNiel, D. W. (1991).  Arkansas Credit Unions: Does Smaller Than Average Size Mean Lower Monetary Benefits to Members?  Arkansas Business and Economic Review, 24 (3), 6-12.  

Patin, R. P. & McNiel, D. W. (1991).  Benefit Imbalances Among Credit Union Member Groups: Evidence of Borrower Dominated, Saver Dominated, and Neutral Behavior.  Applied Economics, 23 (4B), 769-779.  

Patin, R. P. & McNiel, D. W. (1991).  Member Imbalances Between Borrowers and Savers: The Experience of Mississippi Credit Unions.  Business Insights, 10 (1), 89-92.  

Patin, R. P. & McNiel, D. W. (1990).  Are Borrowers and Savers Treated Equally?: The Experience of New York Credit Unions.  New York Economic Review, 20, 42-50.  

Patin, R. P. & McNiel, D. W. (1990).  Member Group Biases: The Case of Louisiana Credit Unions.  Delta Business Review, 1 (2), 40-44.  

Patin, R. P. & McNiel, D. W. (1990).  Texas Credit Unions and Member Group Biases.  Midwestern Business and Economic Review (11), 7-10.  

Patin, R. P., Robertson, P., & Burckel, D. (1989).  A Test of the Applicability of the Black-Scholes Call Option Model: Valuing S&P 100 Index Options.  Akron Business and Economic Review, 20 (3), 8-21.  

Non-Refereed Articles 

Patin, R. P. & McNiel, D. W. (1991).  Member Group Orientation of Credit Unions and Total Member Benefits.  Review of Social Economy, 49 (1), 37-61.  

Presentation of Refereed Papers 

National

Fukasawa, Y. & Patin, R. P. (2012). Forward Interest Parity in the 2007-2008 Recession: US Dollars and UK Pounds.   Academy of Economics and Finance, Charleston, South Carolina.

Patin, R. P., John, M., & Douglas, M. (2012). Pre- and Post-Recession Profitability Comparison Between Low Income Designated Credit Unions and Non-designated Credit Unions.   Academy of Economics and Finance, Charleston, South Carolina.

Patin, R. P., Martinez, J., & McNiel, D. W. (2010). Low Income Designated Credit Unions Versus Non-designated Credit Unions: A Comparison of Profitability, 2006-2009.   Academy of Economics and Finance, Houston, Texas.

Patin, R. P., Martinez, J., & McNiel, D. W. (2009). Performance and Safety Characteristics of Credit Unions with High versus Low Loan Delinquency Rates as of Second Quarter 2008.   Southwest Economic Association, Denver, Colorado.

Patin, R. P., Martinez, J., & McNiel, D. W. (2009). Relative Performance and Safety of Low-Income Designated Credit Unions Which Extend Real Estate Loans, 2nd Quarter 2008.   Academy of Economics and Finance, Pensacola Beach, Florida.

Martinez, J., Patin, R. P., & McNiel, D. W. (2008, March). Funding Constraints at Community Banks and the Role of Federal Home Loan Bank Lending.   Southwestern Economics Association, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Patin, R., Martinez, J., & McNiel, D. W. (2007, March). Agricultural Banks' Use of FHLB Advances, 2002-2005.   Southwestern Social Sciences Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Patin, R. P., Martinez, J., & McNiel, D. W. (2006, April). Influence of Credit Union Competition and Sub-Chapter S Designation on Selected Performance and Risk Related Variables of Community Banks in the Dallas Federal Reserve District in 2004.   Southwestern Social Sciences Association, San Antonio, Texas.

Patin, R. P., Martinez, J., & McNiel, D. W. (2005, March). The Effect of Operating Environment on the Behavioral Characteristics of Single Bond Credit Unions.   Southwestern Social Sciences Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Regional

Fukasawa, Y. & Patin, R. (2013). An Analysis of Forward Interest Parity in the 2007-2009 Recession.   Academy of Economics and Finance, Mobile, Alabama.

Patin, R. P., Martinez, J., & Barger, J. L. (2006, March). Impact of a Sub-Chapter S Designation as a Competitive Measure: Small Community Banks versus Credit Unions in Texas.   The Federation of Business Disciplines, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Presentation of Non-Refereed Papers 

Local

Patin, R. (2001, October). U.S. Credit Unions and the Common Bond Requirement.   Midwestern State University Faculty Forum, Wichita falls, Texas.

Regional

Patin, R. (2003, March). A Comparison of the Attitudes of Business Faculty Concerning Attributes of Complete Business Education.   Southwest Administrative Systems, Houston, Texas.

Research Grants 

Funded

2006: Martinez, J. E. & Patin, R. P., The Viability of Community Banks in the Dallas-Federal Reserve District: An Empirical Assessment ($2,900.00), Midwestern State University Grants. Grant was awarded by the 2005-2006 MSU Grants Committee in the amount of $2900. So far, two presentations at professional meetings, one proceedings publication, and one peer reviewed journal article have resulted from the grant. An additional manuscript is under review at another peer reviewed journal.

Working Papers 

Patin, R. P. & Fukasawa, Y. (2011). "Forward Interest Parity in the 2008-2009 Recession: A Case of the US Dollar and the UK Pound" targeted for Academy of Economics and Finance.

Martinez, J., Patin, R. P. , & McNiel, D. W. (2011). "Low Income Designated Credit Unions Versus Non-designated Credit Unions: Pre and Post-Recession Profitability Comparison Analysis" targeted for Academy of Economics and Finance.