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Since 2004, Dr. David Krause has been the Director of the Applied Investment Management program. Prior to joining Marquette, Krause was active in several business he co-founded that were engaged in manufacturing, health care, medical devices, and financial services. Krause received his BBA, MBA, and Ph.D. degrees in the field of finance. He has concentrated his studies in the areas of investments, economics, and statistics. Over the years he has been published in numerous academic and trade journals. He is currently an Expert level candidate in the Certificate in Investment Performance Measurement (CIPM) program credentialed by the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute. He also writes Level II and III investment ethics cases for the CFA Institute. In addition to his academic and business pursuits, David Krause has served on various corporate, charitable, civic boards and foundations.
"The Establishment of a Student Managed Investment Club Utilizing Exchange Traded Funds,” with Michael Dewally, Journal of the Academy of Business Education, Volume 10, Spring 2009, pp. 132-146.
“The Impact of China’s Admission to the WTO on the International Equity Markets,” with George W. Kutner, Journal of International Business Research, Volume 6, Special Issue 1, 2007, pp. 19-36.
“Teaching Business Ethics: The Department Perspective,” with Sarah W. Peck, Decision Line, May 2006, Volume 37, Number 3, pp. 19-21.
“Overcoming the Challenges of Establishing a Student-Managed Fixed Income Fund,” Journal of Business and Leadership, Fall 2006, Volume 2, Number 2, pp. 365-371.
David Krause has received numerous academic and business awards over the years; however, he is proudest of his accomplishments on the various corporate, charitable, civic boards and foundations he has served. His major interests have been the promotion of open governance and the support of character development. On the boards he has served he sought to avoid all acts and appearances of conflicts of interest. He has also sought greater transparency of the decision-making process and has actively promoted ‘character.’ When the School District of Jefferson’s board of education – a body he served on for over 16 years (12 years as president) - was named the first ‘School District of Character’ in Wisconsin, it was a significant accomplishment. He believes that fostering character education in schools and community is vital to the continued success of our society and serves to further strengthen our democracy.