Dr. Albert Williams, Associate Professor of Finance and Economics, has been facilitating MBA courses in managerial economics, managerial finance, international finance, and managerial statistics at H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship at Nova Southeastern University (NSU). He lectures for NSU in Florida, Jamaica, and the Bahamas. He also lectures in economics and finance in the undergraduate business program at NSU.
Before taking full-time employment at NSU, Dr. Williams has been teaching graduate level courses in international finance, international economics, project management, global management, and international marketing at various universities in Florida. He has also been teaching undergraduate courses in economics, finance, business statistics, marketing and business research.
In addition, he presents lectures in finance, international trade, business ethics, competitiveness, careers in business, economics, and business statistics to students, public officials, and private sector groups, including farmers in South Florida and the Caribbean, including Belize.
He was awarded adjunct faculty-of-the-year in 2006 by Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship. He was also awarded faculty-of-the-year for 2006 and 2007 by the Graduate Business Students Association (GBSA). From 2012 to present, he has received several awards from GBSA for service and leadership.
Dr. Williams was a commodity analyst at Restaurant Services Incorporated, the purchasing arm of Burger King Corporation in Miami, Florida. For five years, Dr. Williams was the chief executive officer of an agricultural marketing company in Belize. He managed the marketing of rice, both domestically and regionally. He also assisted in the marketing of sugar, potatoes, and red kidney beans. He traveled throughout the Caribbean and Central America to promote products for Belize. During this period, he also managed a rice processing plant. He was responsible for the finances of the company.
Prior, he was an agricultural economist with the government of Belize. In addition, Dr. Williams taught mathematics at the high school level for seven years. He has taught students how to think critically and solve problems in mathematics. He is highly regarded for his real world approach to teaching.
Regina A. Greenwood, M Jones, Bahaudin Mujtaba, Regina Greenwood, & Albert Williams A study of organizational culture types and knowledge management in U.S. manufacturing firms. 2011.
Albert Williams & Mitch Miller Do Stocks With Dividends Outperform The Market During Recessions?. 2011.
Albert Williams Offensiveness of Calling an East Indian a Coolie in Belize. IABPAD 2011.
Albert Williams, Bahaudin Mujtaba, Tim McCartney, & Andrew Trumbach A Comparison of Characteristics of Type A Behavior for Belize and The Bahamas: Implications for Expatriate Workers and Managers. IABPAD 2010.
Albert Williams & S Kehiaian Financial Knowledge and Characteristics of Chapter 13 Debtors. IABPAD 2010.
Financial Differences between Chapter 13 Filers and Non-filers, SFMA Annual Meeting, 2017, Little Rock, Arkansas
Offensiveness of Calling an East Indian a Coolie in Southern Belize, First Indian Diaspora Conference in Belize, 2014
Williams, A. (2022). Are Credit Card Ownership and Usage Related to Demographic, Psychological, and Financial Factors? Journal of Academy and Business Economics, 22(2), 15.
Chen, C., Jia, Q., Maskara, P., Williams, A. (2021). Impact of financial debt on borrower’s health based on gender. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 45(3).
Kehiaian, S., Williams, A., Bird, C. (2021). Demographic and Psychological Differences between Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Filers and Non-Filers. Financial Services Review.
Albert Williams, Scott Kehiaian, & Carolyn Bird (2017). Differences in Financial Actions between Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Filers and Non-filers . Journal of Applied Business and Economics/North American Business Press Volume 19(10), pp. 136 - 155.
Albert Williams & HD Blair (2015). Characteristics of Type A Behaviour of Adults in Jamaica: A Study on the Influence of Demographic and Business Factors. Caribbean Journal of Psychology, University of the West Indies 1(7),.
Albert Williams & Mitchell Miller (2013). Do Stocks with Dividends Outperform the Market in Recessions?Journal of Accounting and Finance 13(1).
Bahaudin Mujtaba, Albert Williams, Frank Cavico, & Marissa Samuel (2012). Age Discrimination Perceptions of Bahamians and Americans: a Study of Respondents based on Demographic Variables. International Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences 2(5), pp. 17-31.
Albert Williams & Scott Kehiaian (2012). Financial Literacy and Characteristics of Chapter 13 Debtors. International Journal of Business, Accounting and Finance 6(1).
Albert Williams, Bahaudin Mujtaba, Frank Cavico, & J Sungkhawan (2012). The Relationship between Age Discrimination, Education, and Diversity Training: a Comparative Study in the United States and Thailand.. Far East Journal of Psychology and Business 8(2), pp. 1-28.
Albert Williams & Mitchell Miller (2011). Do You Need an Active Fund Manager?. Journal of Business, Accounting, and Finance 6(1).
Bahaudin Mujtaba, Albert Williams, & Frank Cavico (2011). Integrating Modern Business Values and Cloning: The Legality, Morality, and Social Responsibility of Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer. Advances in Management and Applied Economics 1(1), pp. 53-92.
Rebecca Abraham, Charles Harrington, & Albert Williams (2011). Multimarket Trading at Merger Announcement and Completion. Journal of Derivatives and Hedge Funds 17(3), pp. 186-197.
Bahaudin Mujtaba, M Jones, Albert Williams, & Regina Greenwood (2011). Organizational Culture Types and Knowledge Management in U.S. Manufacturing Firms. Journal of Knowledge Management Practice 12(4), pp. 1-11.
Pan Yatrakis & Albert Williams (2010). The Jewish Holiday Effect: Sell Rosh Hashanah, Buy Yom Kippur. Advances in Business Research 1(1).
Bahaudin Mujtaba, E Murphy, Tim McCartney, Albert Williams, Andrew Trumbach, Juliet Reid, Regina Greenwood, & W Teeple (2009). An Investigation of Convergence and Divergence of Values and Type A Stress Behaviors among Responden. The Icfai Univ. Journal of Organizational Behavior 8(2), pp. 6-34.
Albert Williams, Bahaudin Mujtaba, E Murphy, Tim McCartney, Andrew Trumbach, Juliet Reid, Regina Greenwood, & W Teeple (2009). An Investigation of Convergence and Divergence of Values and Type A Stress Behaviors among Respondents from the US, UK, Belize, and the Bahamas: What are the Implications for Multinational Entrepreneurs?. The Icfai University Journal of Organizational Behavior 8(2), pp. 6-34.
Regina A. Greenwood, Bahaudin Mujtaba, Dora Luk, Edward Murphy, Timothy McCartney, Albert Williams, Andrew Trumbach, Juliett Reid, William Teeple, & Mark Woodhull (2009). An investigation of convergence and divergence of values and Type A stress behaviors between developed and developing countries (US and UK snf Belize and The Bahamas): What are the implications for multinational entrepreneurs.. ISFAI University International Journal of Organizational Behavior 8(2), pp. 6-34.
Albert Williams, Bahaudin Mujtaba, & Andrew Trumbach (2009). Demographic and Business Factors Impacting Characteristics of Type A Behavior in Respondents from Belize. International Journal of Business and Public Administration 6(2).
Bahaudin Mujtaba, Andrew Trumbach, & Albert Williams (2009). Managing Tourism and the Economy in Recessionary Times: A Conversation with Michael Singh - Chief Executive Officer in the Ministry of Tourism, Civil Aviation and Culture in Belize. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship 14(3), pp. 93-99.
Albert Williams, Andrew Trumbach, & Bahaudin Mujtaba (2009). Managing Tourism and the Economy in Recessionary Times: A Conversation with Michael Singh, Chief Executive Officer in the Ministry of Tourism, Civil Aviation and Culture in Belize. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship 14(2), pp. 93-99.
Albert Williams, L Belal, & Bahaudin Mujtaba (2009). The Feasibility of Distance Education for Cyber-Savvy Students: A Study of Perceptions and Needs. Journal of College Teaching & Learning 6(6), pp. 1-15.
Bahaudin Mujtaba, Albert Williams, & Andrew Trumbach (2009). The impact of demographic and organizational factors on the characteristics of Type A behaviors on Belizeans in Belize. International Journal of Business and Public Administration 6(2), pp. 32-51.
Bahaudin Mujtaba & Albert Williams (2008). Comparative Outcomes Assessment of Students in the United States, Jamaica and the Bahamas in the Eco. International Journal of Education Research 3(3), pp. 78-90.
Albert Williams & Bahaudin Mujtaba (2008). Comparative Outcomes Assessment of Students in the United States, Jamaica, and The Bahamas in the Economic Thinking Course of the MBA Program. International Journal of Education Research Fall.
Albert Williams, Andrew Trumbach, & Bahaudin Mujtaba (2008). Critical Factors Required for Successful Orientation Training: An Empirical Study of a Real Estate Association in Florida. International Journal of Business and Economics Perspectives 3(2), pp. 116-129.
Albert Williams & Pan Yatrakis (2008). Information Conveyed by Japanese Candlestick Chart Patterns: An Apparent Anomaly. Business Quest.
Bahaudin Mujtaba, Albert Williams, & Andrew Trumbach (2008). Orientation Training: An empirical study of a real estate association in Florida. International Journal of Business and Economics Perspectives 3(2), pp. 116-129.
Albert Williams (1998). Trade Liberalization and Belizean Agriculture: Implications. Journal of Belizean Affairs 2(1).
Christopher McIntosh & Albert Williams (1992). Multi-product Production Choices and Pesticide Regulation in Georgia. Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics 24(1).