The Brownlee O. Currey Professor of Finance, Emeritus
Professor Weingartner's research over the years focused on the premise that specialty is the financial strategy of organizations -- particularly entrepreneurial ventures. He has written extensively on the uses of mathematical models in financial decision making and approaches to capital budgeting and has consulted for major financial institutions and other organizations.
Professor Weingartner is a past president of The Institute of Management Sciences and is associate editor of Management Science. He has authored Mathematical Programming and the Analysis of Capital Budgeting Problems as well as numerous articles. Before his retirement from Owen in January 1998, Professor Weingartner taught courses in negotiation, case studies in finance, financial decision making, and real estate finance.
B.A., Chicago B.S., Chicago M.A., Chicago M.S., Carnegie-Mellon Ph.D., Carnegie-Mellon