Christine Lentz
Associate Professor Email: lentzc@rider.edu
Phone Number: (609) 895-5552
Office Location:
Sweigart Hall 259

Faculty Office Hours

Mailing Address:
2083 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Role: 
Faculty
Title: 
Associate Professor
Email: 
lentzc@rider.edu
Phone Number: 
(609) 895-5552
Mailing Address: 
2083 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Office Location: 
Sweigart Hall 259

Areas of Expertise: International management; careers in transition; expatriates

Background Information

  • Doctor of Philosophy, 1971, Northwestern University, Organizational Behavior
  • Master of Science, 1979, Northwestern University, Management
  • Bachelor’s of Science, 1972, Drexel University, Organizational Studies

Refereed Articles

  • Meric, I. & Lentz, C. (2014).  A Comparison of the Financial Characteristics of Hong Kong and Singapore Manufacturing Firms. Global Journal of Business Research, 8 (3), 31-37.
  • Meric, I., Lentz, C., Meric, G., & Smeltz, W. (2012). International Evidence on Market Linkages after the 2008 Stock Market Crash. International Journal of Business and Finance Research.
  • Ruble, T. & Lentz, C. (2011).  A Comparative Study of Values of Chinese and US Business Students.  China USA Business Review, 10 (6).
  • Meric, I., Lentz, C., Smeltz, W., & Meric, G. (2010).  Evidence on the Performance of Country Index Funds in Global Financial Crisis.  International Journal of Business and Finance Research, 4 (4), 89-101.

Refereed Proceedings
Full Paper

  • Meric, I., Lentz, C., Smeltz, W., & Meric, G. (2010).  Exchange Traded Country Index Fund Investments and the October 9, 2007-March 9, 2007 Bear Market.  Institute for Business and Finance Research Conference.

Presentation of Refereed Papers
International

  • Meric, I., Lentz, C., Li, S., & Meric, G. (2014). A Comparison of the Financial Characteristics of Hong Kong and Singapore Manufacturing Firms.  Institute of Business and Finance Research (IBFR) International Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • Ruble, T. & Lentz, C. (2010).  A Comparative Study of Values of Chinese and US Business Students.  The First Asian Business and Management Conference, Osaka, Japan.