University Profiles


Yeomin Yoon, Ph.D.

Professor of Finance and International Business

Department of Finance


Professor Yeomin Yoon teaches international finance, financial and economic analysis and a course in global business.

Professor Yeomin Yoon teaches international finance at both undergraduate and MBA levels, and a course in global business at the undergraduate level. His research has been widely recognized, achieving some of the largest number of downloads from the Social Science Research Network. He also received a “Bright Idea Award” for a finance research paper. His commentaries on global financial matters and other issues are often published in major newspapers, including The Financial Times, The Economist, The Japan Economic Journal, The Korea Herald and Newsweek. Dr. Yoon served for eight years as Senior Special Fellow and Academic Advisor for the United Nations Institute for Training and Research for a program to train diplomats and other senior governmental officials of U.N. member states on global economy and finance. Dr. Yoon believes that the primary purpose of university education is building the student’s character and developing professional competence in his/her chosen field. His educational philosophy is that every class is to some degree a class in ethics.

Courses at Seton Hall
  • International Finance (BFIN 4233)
  • International Finance (BFIN 7216)
  • Business Finance (BFIN2201)
  • Global Business (BINT 3001/CORE3810)

Research Interests

  • Issues of globalization, financial crises, foreign exchange markets, trade protections, trade sanctions, antidumping, labor standards and trade agreements, financial regulation, corporate finance, and business ethics.

Curriculum Vitae »


  • Ph.D., joint doctoral program of Bryn Mawr College and University of Pennsylvania
  • M.A., Bryn Mawr College
  • B.A., Seoul National University

Academic Distinctions

  • Bright Idea Award, NJPRO, 2006
  • Recipient of Outstanding Teaching Award, 1996
  • “Top Ten” downloads on papers posted with the Social Science Research Network



Office Phone
(973) 761-9229


Office Location
Room 646
Jubilee Hall


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