College of Business University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
HomeFaculty & ResearchStudentsProspective StudentsAlumniCorporationsAbout the College of BusinessContact Us

Morgan J. Lynge, Jr.
Professor Emeritus of Finance

Educational Background

Ph.D., University of Michigan, 1975
M.B.A., A.B. History, University of Illinois 1965, 1964

Positions Held

At the University of Illinois since 1974. Associate dean for undergraduate affairs 1990-95. Financial analyst, Exxon, 1965-66.

Recent Publications

Lynge, M. J., & Chang, C. E. 1994. An empirical examination of scale and scope economies of U.S. savings banks. American Business Review, 12 (2): 100-108.

Lynge, M. J., & Chang, C. E. 1993. The operating viability of U. S. commercial banks. Central Business Review. 12 (2): 57-64.

Lynge, M. J., & Chang, C. E. 1993. Are there economies of scope in U.S. commercial banking. American Business Review, 11 (2): 61-68.

Honors and Awards

Executive and Professional Development Award, 2001. Emerson Cammack Award for Outstanding Service to Undergraduate Students, 1996. Incomplete List of Teachers Rated Excellent by their Students, regularly since 1975.

Academic Service

Director of the Midwest Finance Association, 1989-92. Associate editor of The Financial Review, 1989-91.

Teaching and Research

Teaches courses in money, credit and financial markets and the management of financial institutions, and corporate finance. Research focuses on the effects of risk on commercial banks and the implications for regulation.

Contact Information:
211 David Kinley Hall
1407 W. Gregory Drive
Urbana, IL 61801
(217) 333-7099

More Information



Biographical Sketch



Working Papers


Course Syllabi

Course Websites