College of Business and Economics, Koleke Pāʻoihana a Kālaihoʻokele Waiwai

Dr. Terrance Jalbert, Professor of Finance

Terrance Jalbert, Ph.D. College of Business and Economics
Phone: (808) 932-7249
Location: CoBE Building


  • Ph.D., Finance, Texas Tech University
  • MBA, North Dakota State University
  • B.S., Accounting and Business Administration, Dickinson State University
  • A.A., Agriculture, Dickinson State University

Teaching Interest

  • Corporate Finance
  • Investments
  • Options and Futures

Selected Publications

  • Jalbert, Terrance (2014) "Dollar Index Adjusted Stock Indices" Journal of Applied Business Research, Vol. 30(1) p.1-14
  • Jalbert, Terrance, Mercedes Jalbert and Kim Furumo (2013) "The Relationship between CEO Gender, Financial Performance and Financial Management," Journal of Business and Economics Research, vol. 11(1) p. 25-33
  • Jalbert, Terrance and Gary Fleischman (2012) "Small-Business Trade-Offs to Maximize Cost Recovery in Hawaii: Tax Credit versus Section 179, Advances in Taxation, Vol. 20, p. 69-106
  • Jalbert, Terrance (2012) "The Performance of Currency Value Adjusted Stock Indices," Journal of Index Investing, Vol. 3(2) p. 34-48
  • Jalbert, Terrance, Jonathan Stewart and Mercedes Jalbert (2012) "When do Costa Rica Government Banks Respond to Reserve Requirement Changes?" International Journal of Business and Finance Research, vol. 6(3) p. 89-101
  • Jalbert, Terrance, Mercedes Jalbert and Kim Furumo (2011) "Does AACSB Accreditation Matter?, Evidence from large Firm CEO's, Journal of Applied Business Research, vol. 27(3), p. 93-106
  • Jalbert, Terrance, Jonathan Stewart and Drew Martin (2010) "The Value of Credit Card Benefits," Financial Services Review, vol. 19(3), p. 227-244
  • Stewart, Jonathan, Terrance Jalbert and Mercedes Jalbert, (2010) "Measuring the Impact of Reserve Requirement Changes Using Interest Rate Spreads," Latin American Business Review, Vol. 11(3) p. 223-248
  • Jalbert, Terrance, Jonathan Stewart, Gene Johnson and Mercedes Jalbert (2010) "The College or Retirement Decision", Journal of Personal Finance, vol. 9, p. 78-100