Harness, Nathaniel individual record
Instructional Associate Professor

Dr. Harness manages the curriculum, enrollment, and development of the financial planning minor and certificate program in financial planning. He teaches courses in investments, introductions to financial planning, retirement planning, and financial planning capstone and has lectured internationally on global financial risk and international investing. He has published research on household heuristics, wealth accumulation, and retirement planning

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Academic Articles17
  • Harness, N. J., Chatterjee, S., & Salter, J (2014). Financial planning for the middle market. Journal of Financial Planning. 27(4), 48-54.
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  • Harness, N. J., Edelman, D., & Loving, A. C (2013). Estate Planning Opportunities in 2012 and Beyond. GSTF Journal on Business Review. 2(3), 1-3.
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  • Chatterjee, S., Salter, J. R., & Harness, N. J (2012). Annuitization decisions of retirees: The role of risk aversion and financial advice. Review of Economic and Business Studies (REBS). 5(1), 35-52.
  • Loving, A. C., & Harness, N. J (2012). Financial Planning for the Prince and the Pauper: A commentary on very different skill sets, tools, and time constraints. GSTF Journal on Business Review. 1(3), 31-32.
  • Loving, A. C., Harness, N. J., & Winchester, D (2012). Finishing School: Integrating sales skills and product knowledge into financial planning education. GSTF Journal on Business Review. 1(3), 96-98.
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Texas A&M University; Agricultural Economics; 2124 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-2124