John L. Teall teaches part-time at Johns Hopkins University. He was Jackson Tai ’72 Professor in Practice at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and or served on the faculties of Johns Hopkins University, New York University, Cornell University, Pace University, Dublin City University, University of Melbourne as well as other institutions in the United States, Europe and Asia. Dr. Teall teaches or has taught undergraduate, doctoral and masters courses in trading, investments, derivatives, financial modeling, corporate finance and financial institutions and has received several teaching awards. His primary areas of research and publication have been related to corporate finance and financial institutions, with particular emphases on control, regulation and corporate failure. He is the author of Financial Trading and Investing, forthcoming in its third edition at the Academic Press (Elsevier). He the author of Financial Market Analytics published by the Quorum Press (Bloomsbury Press) and Governance and the Market for Corporate Control published by Routledge Press (Taylor & Francis). He is also coauthor of Quantitative Methods for Finance and Investments published by Blackwell (John Wiley) and Risk Neutral Pricing and Financial Mathematics: A Primer, published by the Academic Press. Dr. Teall received his Ph.D. in Finance from the Stern School of Business at New York University and is a former member of the American Stock Exchange where he traded equity options as a market-maker. Dr. Teall has consulted with numerous financial institutions including Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, National Westminster Bank and Citicorp. More details are available on his C.V..:

John Teall's Curriculum Vitae