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Anne Drougas is a Professor of Finance and Department Chair of Accounting, Finance, and Entrepreneurship.

PhD, Economics, University of Illinois at Chicago
MA, Economics, University of Illinois at Chicago
BS, Mathematics, University of Illinois at Chicago
Research Interests

Financial education
Financial literacy
Corporate finance and investments

Selected Publications

Condon, D., Drougas, A., & Abrokwah, M. (2023). The Mean May Not Mean What You Think It Means: The Use and Misuse Measures of Central Tendency. Journal of Applied Behavioral Economics, 25(4). Pgs. 74-88. 

Razaki, K., Drougas, A., & Askar, M. (2022). Religion and Interfaith Dialogue: The Forgotten Pedagogical DEI Initiative in Business Education and Strategic Planning. Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, 22(10). Pgs. 37-51.

Askar, M., Drougas, A., & Razaki, K. (2022). Linking Total Green Management and Quality Management to Environmental Social Governance: An Evolving Paradigm. International Journal of Business and Public Administration, 19 (1). Pgs. 1-21.

Drougas, A., Irons, R., & Razaki, K. (2019). Exploring Accounting and Financial Controversies via an Excel Simulation Exercise. Advances in Financial Education. Pgs. 103-124. 

Alonzi, L., Drougas, A., & Condon, D. (2018). Distribution Matters: The Reverse Robin-Hood Macroeconomic Effects. Journal of Applied Business and Economics, 20(1). Pgs. 19-36. 


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