Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs, Associate Professor of Management
Ph.D., Management, Purdue University, 1978
M.S., Management, Purdue University, 1975
B.S., Home Economics, University of Kentucky, 1971
- Sullivan, A., & Worden, D. (1995). Credit Cards and the Option to Default. Financial Services Review, vol. 4 123-136.
- Sullivan, A., & Smith, K. (1993). Changes in Cost Management Systems in U.S. Manufacturing. Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, vol. 19 100-105.
- Sullivan, A., & Smith, K. (1993). Investment Justification for U.S. Factory Automation Projects. Journal of The Midwest Finance Association, vol. 22 24-35.
- Sullivan, A., & Smith, K. (1993). What Really is Happening to Cost Management Systems in U.S. Manufacturing?. Review of Business Studies, vol. 2 (1), 51-68.
- Sullivan, A., & Worden, D. (1991). Value Creation in Credit Cards. Journal of Retail Banking, vol. 13 (2), 19-25.
- Sullivan, A., & Worden, D. (1991). Analyzing Credit Card Bankrupts. Journal of Retail Banking, vol. 13 (4), 33-40.
- Sullivan, A., & Worden, D. (1990). Rehabilitation or Liquidation: Consumers' Choice in Bankruptcy. Journal of Consumer Affairs, vol. 24 (1), 69-88.
- Sullivan, A., & Worden, D. (1989). Deregulation, Tax Reform and The Use of Consumer Credit. Journal of Financial Services Research, vol. 3 77-91.
Purdue University Professor of Management, Charlene Sullivan, talks about how the Greek debt crisis and other market events can cause investors to question their investment strategy.
Greece: Economic Crisis is Personal
Purdue Professor of Management, Charlene Sullivan, on the personal impact the Greek debt crisis has on the individual citizens. Far from a political or idealistic feud, Greek citizens are without benefits and income they either earned or were entitled to only months ago.
Soft Labor Market Globally
Purdue University Professor of Management, Charlene Sullivan, talks about the global impact of the soft labor market - a condition that has changed little in three years. Sullivan also describes the fragile nature of the U.S. economy, where any shift could mean economic growth or peril.
Housing market represents crisis, opportunity
A Purdue University economist says the U.S. housing market is bucking conventional wisdom this year.
Office: KRAN 128
Area(s) of Expertise
Bankruptcy, Business Accounting, Corporate Finance, Credit, Federal Reserve Board, Financial Risk Management, Financial Planning, Finance