Doctor of Business Administration Finance, Nova Southeastern University, 2010
Master of Business Administration Finance and Management, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 1989
Master of Arts Human Resource Management, Pepperdine University, 1981
Bachelor of Science in Education, University of North Dakota, 1973
With an expertise in finance and entrepreneurial management, Dr. Dale Prondzinski serves as an adjunct instructor for the Hutton School of Business.
A veteran of the United States Marine Corps, Professor Prondzinski was a financial analyst on the multi-billion dollar Navy Weapons procurement account, the financial manager of the Marine Corps multi-million dollar training budget, and a combat helicopter pilot. As a civilian, he managed several Taco Bell restaurants and was an auditor for the Zenith Management Company, a hotel management corporation. Professor Prondzinski was also the Director of Business Development/Finance and a Board Member for Tele-Management International. He has also been consulting on investment management topics for the last 15 years.
Professor Prondzinski teaches financial management courses at the graduate level and is a member of the Financial Management Association, Midwest Finance Association, Southern Finance Association, and Southwestern Finance Association.
Professor Prondzinski has presented at the Midwest Finance Association Annual Meeting, the Southern/Southwestern Finance Association meeting, where he won a best paper award for his work on active versus passive management of mutual funds and the Academy of Business Disciplines. His present research interest includes stock repurchases, active versus passive management of mutual funds both domestic and international, and dividend paying stocks.
Do Stocks with Dividends Outperform the Market: Evidence From the 2011-2020 Business Cycle. Journal of Accounting and Finance. Volume 20(7), 2020.
Value Style Investing versus Growth Style Investing: Evidence from the 2002-2019 Business Cycle. Journal of Accounting and Finance, Volume 20(1) 2019.
Active Versus Passive Investing: Evidence From The 2009-2017 Market. Journal of
Accounting and Finance. Volume 18(8), 2018.
Stock Repurchases: Do They Add Value Over Time? Journal of Accounting and Finance,
Volume 17(4), 2017.
Southwestern Finance Association, Presented, "Passive versus Active Management of
Mutual Funds: Evidence from the 1995 - 2008 Period," Awarded Best Student Doctoral Paper in Investments. Houston, Texas, 2011.
Midwest Finance Association, Presented, "Passive versus Active Management of Mutual
Funds: Evidence from the 1995 - 2008 Period," Chicago, Illinois, 2011
Dissertation: Passive Versus Active Management of Mutual Funds: Evidence from the 1995-
2008 Period. Nova Southeastern University, ProQuest, 3404491, 2010.
Academy of Business Disciplines, Presented, "Active versus Passive Management of
International Mutual Funds: Evidence from 1995 - 2008," Fort Myers, Florida, 2009.