Jodi C. Letkiewicz

School of Administrative Studies

Assistant Professor

Office: 204 Atkinson
Phone: (416)736-2100 Ext: 33630
Emailjodilet@yorku.ca

Jodi Letkiewicz is an Assistant Professor in the School of Administrative Studies. She teaches, researches and publishes in the areas of consumer finance, financial planning, and financial well-being.

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Area of Specialization

Personal Finance

Degrees

Ph.D., Ohio State University
M.S., Ohio State University
B.S. , Miami University

Professional Leadership

Board Member of American Council on Consumer Interests, Member of the Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC) Educator’s Panel, School of Administrative Studies Research Committee, National Steering Committee’s Research Sub-Committee on Financial Literacy

Research Interests

Economics , Consumer finance

All Publications

Journal Articles

Heckman, S. J., Seay, M. C., Kim, K. T., & Letkiewicz, J. C. (2017) . Household use of financial planners: Measurement considerations for researchers. Financial Services Review, 25(4), 427-446.

Letkiewicz, J. & Heckman, S. (In press) . Homeownership among young Americans: A look at student loan debt. Journal of Consumer Affairs. 51(1). DOI: 10.1111/joca.12143

Fox, J., Bartholomae, S., Letkiewicz, J. & Montalto, C. P. (forthcoming, 2017) . College student debt and anticipated repayment difficulty. Journal of Student Financial Aid.

Letkiewicz, J., Robinson, C., & Domian, D. (2016) . Behavioral and wealth considerations for seeking professional financial planning help. Financial Services Review. 25, 105-126.

Letkiewicz, J. & Fox, J. (2014) . Self-control, financial literacy, and asset accumulation of young adults. Journal of Consumer Affairs. 48(2). 274-300.

Lim, H., Heckman, S., Letkiewicz, J., Montalto, C. (2014) . The impact of financial stress and self-efficacy on college students’ financial help-seeking behavior. Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning. 25(2). 148-160.

Letkiewicz, J., Lim, H., Heckman, S., Bartholomae, S., Fox, J., Montalto, C. (2014) . The path to graduation: An economic and sociological perspective of on-time graduation rates. Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice. 16(3). 351-371.

Letkiewicz, J. & Hanna, S.D. (2013) . The impact of stock and real estate returns on the propensity of households to meet the capital accumulation ratio guideline. Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning. 24(1).

Hanna, S.D, Ji, H., Lee, J., Son, J., Letkiewicz, J., Lim, H., Zhang, L. (2012) . Content analysis of Financial Services Review. Financial Services Review, 20(3), 237-251.

Approach To Teaching

Professor Letkiewicz teaches classes in personal finance within the School of Administrative Studies, including Introduction to Personal Finance (2541), Personal Investment Management (ADMS 3531) and Personal Financial Planning (ADMS 3541).

Current Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2017 AP/ADMS2541 3.0  Introduction to Personal Finance LECT  
Fall 2017 AP/ADMS2541 3.0  Introduction to Personal Finance LECT  

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Winter 2018 AP/ADMS2541 3.0  Introduction to Personal Finance LECT  


Jodi Letkiewicz is an Assistant Professor in the School of Administrative Studies. She teaches, researches and publishes in the areas of consumer finance, financial planning, and financial well-being.

Area of Specialization

Personal Finance

Degrees

Ph.D., Ohio State University
M.S., Ohio State University
B.S. , Miami University

Professional Leadership

Board Member of American Council on Consumer Interests, Member of the Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC) Educator’s Panel, School of Administrative Studies Research Committee, National Steering Committee’s Research Sub-Committee on Financial Literacy

Research Interests:

Economics , Consumer finance

All Publications

Journal Articles

Heckman, S. J., Seay, M. C., Kim, K. T., & Letkiewicz, J. C. (2017) . Household use of financial planners: Measurement considerations for researchers. Financial Services Review, 25(4), 427-446.

Letkiewicz, J. & Heckman, S. (In press) . Homeownership among young Americans: A look at student loan debt. Journal of Consumer Affairs. 51(1). DOI: 10.1111/joca.12143

Fox, J., Bartholomae, S., Letkiewicz, J. & Montalto, C. P. (forthcoming, 2017) . College student debt and anticipated repayment difficulty. Journal of Student Financial Aid.

Letkiewicz, J., Robinson, C., & Domian, D. (2016) . Behavioral and wealth considerations for seeking professional financial planning help. Financial Services Review. 25, 105-126.

Letkiewicz, J. & Fox, J. (2014) . Self-control, financial literacy, and asset accumulation of young adults. Journal of Consumer Affairs. 48(2). 274-300.

Lim, H., Heckman, S., Letkiewicz, J., Montalto, C. (2014) . The impact of financial stress and self-efficacy on college students’ financial help-seeking behavior. Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning. 25(2). 148-160.

Letkiewicz, J., Lim, H., Heckman, S., Bartholomae, S., Fox, J., Montalto, C. (2014) . The path to graduation: An economic and sociological perspective of on-time graduation rates. Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice. 16(3). 351-371.

Letkiewicz, J. & Hanna, S.D. (2013) . The impact of stock and real estate returns on the propensity of households to meet the capital accumulation ratio guideline. Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning. 24(1).

Hanna, S.D, Ji, H., Lee, J., Son, J., Letkiewicz, J., Lim, H., Zhang, L. (2012) . Content analysis of Financial Services Review. Financial Services Review, 20(3), 237-251.


Teaching:

Approach To Teaching
Professor Letkiewicz teaches classes in personal finance within the School of Administrative Studies, including Introduction to Personal Finance (2541), Personal Investment Management (ADMS 3531) and Personal Financial Planning (ADMS 3541).


Current Courses

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TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2017 AP/ADMS2541 3.0  Introduction to Personal Finance LECT  
Fall 2017 AP/ADMS2541 3.0  Introduction to Personal Finance LECT  

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Winter 2018 AP/ADMS2541 3.0  Introduction to Personal Finance LECT