Fox School Faculty
Our faculty is comprised of individuals who are recognized as some of the most esteemed thought-leaders in their industries.

Jonathan Scott

Share

Jonathan Scott

Jonathan Scott

Title: Professor
Department: Finance

Office: Alter Hall 030C
Phone: 215.204.7605
E-mail: scottjon@temple.edu

Research Interests: Liquidity in fixed income markets, Small firm access to credit

Curriculum VitaeWebsite

Jonathan A. Scott, Ph.D. is a professor of finance at the Fox School of Business, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He currently serves as the academic director of the Fox Honors program, undergraduate program director for the Finance Department, and the managing director of the Fox School’s William C. Dunkelberg Owl Fund.

Read More . . .

Dr. Scott also serves as an independent director and chair of the audit committee of the Office of Finance of the Federal Home Loan Bank System and is an adjunct scholar with the National Federation of Independent Business Research Foundation.

His research focuses on small business access to credit markets, with publications in the Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Journal of Money Credit and Banking, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Financial Research, Journal of Small Business Management, Journal of Business Venturing, and Financial Review.

Dr. Scott teaches in the undergraduate, MBA and EMBA programs in Philadelphia and Tokyo. He has received numerous teaching awards at the Fox School and Temple, most recently the Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation Distinguished Teaching Award in April, 2008 and the Temple Great Teacher Award in April, 2010.

Prior to joining Temple, Dr. Scott was a senior financial executive at the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas during the thrift crisis. He received his B.A. in economics from the University of Cincinnati (1972) and Ph.D. in economics from Purdue University (1980).


Sample Publications

  • Hill, T., Scott, J. (2014). Knows me and my business: How preferences for social relationships affect small firm owners' choice of banks. Journal of Small Business Management.
  • Scott, J., Stull, W., Dunkelberg, W., Moore, C. (2013). Do Entrepreneurial goals matter? Resource Allocation in Newly-Established Owner-Managed Firms. Journal of Business Venturing, 28(2), 225-240.
  • Scott, J., Hein, S. E. (2011). The Federal Home Loan Bank System: A Government Sponsored Enterprise that Avoided Conservatorship. Journal of Applied Finance, 21, 44-61.
  • Scott, J. A., Dunkelberg, W. C. (2010). Competition for Small Firm Banking Business: Banks Actions vs. Market Structure. Journal of Banking and Finance, 34, 2788-2800.
  • Dunkelberg, W., Scott, J., Chow, M. J. (2010). Inflexible Wages and Prices? Evidence in the Current Recession. Business Economics, 45, 94-101.
  • Scott, J., Dunkelberg, W. (2009). The Response of Small Business Owners to Changes in Monetary Policy. Business Economics, 44, 23-37.

Awards and Honors

  • Philadelphia Futures "Hats Off to You Award" 2014
  • Temple Great Teacher Award 2010
  • Adolph G. Abramson, National Association for Business Economics 2009
  • Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Award, Temple University 2008
  • National Association of Business Economics Best Paper Award

Teaching

Fox School of Business, Temple University

  • Financial Management (Undergraduate Honors)
  • Fixed Income (Undergraduate)
  • Private Equity (MBA)

Search for a Faculty or Staff member.

Upcoming Events

Betsy Winter Hall Farewell @ Alter Hall 702 – MBA CommonsDecember 19th, 2014

OMBA Residency – Design Workshop @ Alter Hall 133 – Undergraduate Commons (The Egg)January 5th, 2015

See All Events


Power of Fox

Graduate Programs

Undergrad Programs

Recent News

Fox researchers use brain data to predict real-life success of TV adsDecember 11th, 2014

Experiential learning the focus in The Co-Op in HRMDecember 11th, 2014

See All News

Fox Faculty Policies

Procedures for Appointment and Promotion of Non-Tenure Track Faculty in the Fox School of Business

Digital Measures