Janice Traflet

Janice Traflet

Professor of Accounting & Financial Management
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About Janice Traflet


  • PhD, History, Columbia University, 2004.
  • M. Phil., Columbia University, 2002.
  • MA, Columbia University, 2000.
  • MBA, Finance, Seton Hall University, 1993.
  • BA, History, Seton Hall University, 1992.

Faculty Research Interests

  • stock market history
  • history of marketing, especially financial marketing
  • business ethics

Recent and Representative Publications

Traflet, M. J., Wright, E. R., (2022) Fearless: Wilma Soss and America's Forgotten Investor Movement. All Seasons Press.

Traflet, M. J., (2013) Nation of Small Shareowners: Marketing Wall Street After the Second World War. Johns Hopkins University Press.

Traflet, M. J., Coyne, P. M., (2008) Ethical Issues Related to the Mass Marketing of Securities. Journal of Business Ethics. 78, 193-198.

Recent Courses Taught

  • ACFM 391, History of Securities Markets.
  • ACFM 205, Personal Finance.
  • MGMT 302, The Stakeholder Organization.
  • ACFM 363, Topics in Financial Management.
  • FOUN 098, Foundation Seminar.
  • ACFM 390, Honors Course in ACFM.
  • ACFM 391, The Mass Investing Society.

Awards and Honors

  • Writing Across the Curriculum Award for Excellence, Bucknell University, (2019).
  • James Soltow Award, Essays in Economic and Business History, (2015).
  • James Soltow Prize, Essays in Economic & Business History, (2004).

Further Information

Contact Details


306 Holmes Hall
Lewisburg, PA17837
United States