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Marshall Langer

Titolare di Insegnamento

Note biografiche

Bachelors degree in Finance from Boston University and MBA in Marketing and Management from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; graduate work in Counseling Psychology at New York University. Entered academia after a 12-year career in finance, management and marketing in the U.S. and Europe working in investment banking at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, risk arbitrage at BNP Paribas and management and marketing for NUI Corporation. Also served as management consultant and a trained group counselor. Teaching in most areas of business.


Current Position

Adjunct Professor, M&A and Investment Banking, LUISS University (2008)

Past Academic and Professional Experience

Adjunct Professor of Business, The American University of Rome (2005-present)
Adjunct Professor of Business, Loyola University Rome (2007-present)
Adjunct Professor of Business, Stern School, NYU (2002-2004)
Loyola Executive Education, Management Training Seminars (2008)
UN World Food Programme - Training and Development (2007-2008)
UN Food and Agriculture Organization - Training and Development (2006-2007)
Counselor, Psychodynamic Groups (2003-2004)
Independent Consultant (2000-2002)
Banque Paribas Corporation, Risk Arbitrage (1997-1999)
Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette Securities Corporation, Investment Banking Associate (1996-1997; 1988-1991)
NUI Corporation, Strategic Planning (1992)


Masters Coursework in Counseling Psychology, New York University, Steinhardt School of Education (2003-2004)
MBA, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Marketing (1995)
B.S., Boston University, Finance (1987)