Jerry Bilbrey

Jerry Bilbrey

  • Assistant Professor of Management, College of Business
LC 257 Carnell Learning Center
Education

Ph.D., University of Louisville (2004)

M.S., University of South Carolina (1999)

B.S., Tennessee Technological University (1996)

Publications

Goodwin, D. J., Chenhall, E., & Bilbrey, J. K. (2015).  Statistical analysis of religious discrimination complaints through the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.   Journal of Legal Issues and Cases in Business, 3.

Bilbrey, J. K., Riley, N. F., & Sams, C. L. (2013).  Short-Term Prediction of Exchange Traded Funds (EFTs) using Logistic Regression Generated Client Risk Profiles.   Journal of Finance and Accountancy, 14.

Taylor, J. H. & Bilbrey, J. K. (2012).  Effectiveness of inquiry-based and teacher-directed instruction in an Alabama elementary school.   Journal of Instructional Pedagogies, 12.

Bilbrey, J. K. & Riley, N. F. (2011).  A Neural Network Based Object-Oriented Framework for Simulating Stock Market Trading Strategies.   International Journal of Business and Social Science, 2 (15).

Taylor, J. H. & Bilbrey, J. K. (2011).  Teacher Perceptions of Inquiry-Based Instruction vs. Teacher-Based Instruction.   International Review of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2 (1).

Bilbrey, J. K. & Schonfeld, P. M. (2009).  The Development of an Online Simulation Model for Managing Inland Waterway Fleets.   International Journal of Management, 26 (1).

Bilbrey, J. K., Riley, N. F., & Riley, W. A. (2009).  A Test of Market Efficiency using a Probabilistic Neural Network.   Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 20 (1).

Holsenback, J. E. & Bilbrey, J. K. (2008).  Generating Due Date Assignment Data Sets for the Single-Machine Scheduling Problem: A Managerial Approach.   International Journal of Management, 25 (1).

Riley, N. F., Bilbrey, J. K., & Russon, M. (2007).  A Data Mining Approach To Client Risk Tolerance.   ASBBS E-Journal: an Official Journal of American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 3 (1).

Presentations

Conference Proceedings 

Bilbrey, J. K. & Riley, N. F. (2013).  Using Regression for Explanation and Prediction of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) Returns.   AABRI (American Association Business Research Institute).

Bilbrey, J. K. & Taylor, J. H. (2012).  5th grade mathematics and science: an analysis of inquiry-based instruction vs. teacher-directed instruction.   AABRI (American Association Business Research Institute).

Bilbrey, J. K. & Riley, N. F. (2009).  The Anatomy of a Neural Network Winner.   Academy of Accounting, Finance and Economics.

Bilbrey, J. K. & Riley, N. F. (2008).  A Test of Market Efficiency using a Probabilistic Neural Network.   American Society for Business and Behavioral Sciences International Conference.

Riley, N. F., Bilbrey, J. K., & Russon, M. (2007).  A Data Mining Approach To Client Risk Tolerance.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS).

Bilbrey, J. K. & Biles, W. E. (2006).  Moving Toward Real-Time Traffic Simulation.   Decision Science Institute (DSI), Southeastern Regional Conference.

Bilbrey, J. K. & Holsenback, J. E. (2005).  Due Date Assignment in the Single-Machine Scheduling Environment.   International Federation of Operational Research Societies.

Bilbrey, J. K., Biles, W. E., & Sasso, D. (2004).  Integration of Simulation and Geographic Information Systems: Modeling Traffic Flow on Inland Waterways.   Winter Simulation Conference.

Presentations 

Bilbrey, J. K. & Riley, N. F. (2008, September). A Test of Market Efficiency using a Probabilistic Neural Network.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS), Honolulu, Hawaii.

Holsenback, J. E. & Bilbrey, J. K. (2005, July). Due Date Assignment in the Single-Machine Scheduling Environment.   International Federation of Operational Research Societies, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Biles, W. E., Bilbrey, J. K., & Sasso, D. (2004, December). Integration of Simulation and Geographic Information Systems: Modeling Traffic Flow on Inland Waterways.   Winter Simulation Conference, Washington, District of Columbia.

Bilbrey, J. K. (2014, March). The Implications, Limitations and Uses for a Statistically-Based Stock Market Predictor.   Academic and Business Research Institute AABRI, San Antonio, Texas.

Bilbrey, J. K. & Riley, N. F. (2013, January). Using Regression for Explanation and Prediction of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) Returns.   AABRI (American Association Business Research Institute), Orlando, Florida.

Taylor, J. H. & Bilbrey, J. K. (2012, January). 5th grade mathematics and science: an analysis of inquiry-based instruction vs. teacher-directed instruction.   AABRI (American Association Business Research Institute), Orlando, Florida.

Bilbrey, J. K. & Riley, N. F. (2009, December). The Anatomy of a Neural Network Winner.   Academy of Accounting, Finance and Economics, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Riley, N. F., Bilbrey, J. K., & Russon, M. (2007, February). A Data Mining Approach To Client Risk Tolerance.   American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS), Las Vegas, Nevada.

Bilbrey, J. K. (2017, October). The Need for Consistency and Reproducibility in Financial Market Research.   SE Informs, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Bilbrey, J. K. & Biles, W. E. (2006, January). Moving Toward Real-Time Traffic Simulation.   Decision Science Institute (DSI), Southeastern Regional Conference, Wilmington, North Carolina.

Bilbrey, J. K. (2003, June). Implementation of a Simulation Model of the Ohio River.   Simulation Symposium, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Bilbrey, J. K. (2018, February). Experiences with Innovative Instruction: Methods that Move Away from Pure Lecture.   Southeast Decision Sciences Annual Conference, Wilmington, North Carolina.

Bilbrey, J. K. (2017, February). Using R for Statistical Instruction.   Southeast Decision Sciences Annual Conference, Charleston, South Carolina.