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., and 1 other author (2022) Fearless: Wilma Soss and America's Forgotten Investor Movement. All Seasons Press.

and 5 other authors (2013) Nation of Small Shareowners: Marketing Wall Street After the Second World War. Johns Hopkins University Press.

Traflet, M. J., and 1 other author (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.
  • ACFM 363, Topics in Financial Management.
  • MGMT 302, The Stakeholder Organization.
  • FOUN 098, Foundation Seminar.

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