University of Maine
Maine Business School
Orono, ME 04469-5723
Professor of Finance
Ph.D., University of Florida (1994)
Borgman, Richard, 2015, “Exit and Harvest: The Case of Hotmail,” in Entrepreneurial Finance: Finance for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management (eds. Vega and Lamb), forthcoming.
Borgman, Richard, and Vinay Datar, Summer 2013, “The Value of Mutual Fund Fees: A Model.” Financial Decisions, Article 1, pp. 1-19.
Borgman, Richard, and Vinay Datar, 2012, “The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: Regulatory Burden and Response.” International Research Journal of Applied Finance, Vol. III, No. 1, pp. 3-19.
Borgman, Richard, Fall 2011, “Mainsail II SIV-Lite and the State Cash Investment Pool.” The Case Journal, Vol. 8, No.1.
Agrrawal, Pankaj, Richard Borgman, John Clark, and Robert Strong, 2010, “Using the Price-to-Earnings Harmonic Mean to Improve Firm Valuation Estimates.” Journal of Financial Education, Vol. 36, No. 3-4.
Agrrawal, Pankaj and Richard Borgman, 2010, “What is Wrong with this Picture? A Problem with Comparative Return Plots on Finance Websites and a Bias Against Fixed/Income Generating Assets.” Journal of Behavioral Finance, Vol. 10, No. 4.
Borgman, Richard, November 2009, “Prudent Investing? The Credit Crisis of August 2007, Mainsail II SIV-Lite, and the State Cash Investment Pool,” Amfiteatru Economic, Special Issue No. 3. This is a special issue on the financial crisis.