Ralph V. Switzer

Ralph V. SwitzerVITA Dr. Ralph V. Switzer, Jr., J.D., CPA, is a Professor of Finance in the College of Business at Colorado State University; and has been an Affiliate Professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at Colorado State University. He is a licensed member of the Colorado Bar Association and a member of the Federal Bar, Financial Management Association, American Association of Attorney - Certified Public Accountants, and the American Business Law Association. He is a past president of the Colorado Chapter of the American Association of Attorney-Certified Public Accountants and a past president of The Rocky Mountain Business Law Association. Dr. Switzer has published several books, including The Research and Report Handbook for Wiley & Sons Publishers, as well as articles in The Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, Notre Dame Law Review, Notre Dame Law School, Journal of College and University Law, The American Association of Attorney – Certified Public Accountants Journal, Journal of Financial and Strategic Decisions, Journal of Private Equity, The Valuation Examiner, The International Journal of Business Disciplines, Taxation for Lawyers, The Practical Lawyer, The Colorado Lawyer, Tax Management, Estate, Gifts and Trusts Journal, The Monthly Digest of Tax Articles, Journal of Taxation of Investments, The Tax Adviser, Tax Practice and Accounting News, The Exempt Organization Tax Review, Taxes, The Tax Magazine, Tax Analysts, Tax Notes, The Practical Accountant, National Public Accountant, Taxation for Accountants, Tax Management Real Estate Journal, Illinois Business Review, Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, Employment and Labor Law Quarterly, Risk Management, Journal of Educational Technology Systems, American Council for Distance Education and Training Newsletter, Technological Horizons in Education Journal, Journal of Media Education, Business World, Veterinary Economics, among others, and has been quoted in publications such as Smart Money Magazine, published by The Wall Street Journal. Dr. Switzer was the University Mediation Officer at Colorado State University for five years, served as counsel to the U.S. Department of Justice, and has extensive experience in financial, corporate and tax planning.


Effectively Communicating With Group Decision Support Systems Using Information Theory
Jamie S. Switzer, Ralph V. Switzer. © 2019. 13 pages.
This chapter describes the results from a case study using information theory to examine the effectiveness of communicating using group decision support system (GDSS) technology....
Virtual Teams: Profiles of Successful Leaders
Jamie S. Switzer, Ralph V. Switzer. © 2016. 24 pages.
As the use of virtual teams becomes increasingly more common in all types of organizations, those involved must have the knowledge to operate efficiently and collaboratively and...