Rohnn Sanderson

Rohnn Sanderson

Ph.D., Chair of W.H. Thompson School of Business, Brescia University, USA.

Education: 

  • 2009 - Ph.D. Economics, University of New Mexico. Fields: Public Finance, Natural Resource Economics, Econometrics. Dissertation: “Dynamic Economic Systems”.
  • 2002 - M.S. Finance, University of Wyoming. 
  • 1999 - BS Economics, University of Wyoming. 

Employment: 

  • 2011-present - Chair of W.H. Thompson School of Business, Brescia University.
  • 2009-present - Assistant Professor Finance/Economics, Brescia University, W.H Thompson School of Business.
  • 2005-2009 - Part Time Instructor, Department of Economics, University of New Mexico. 
  • 2006-2009 - Part Time Instructor, Department of Economics, Central New Mexico Community College.
  • 2002-2009 - Financial Advisor/Financial Planner – Independent Contractor. Held Series 7,66,24 licenses. 
  • 2001-2002 - Senior Financial Analyst – Colorado Business Bank (Denver, CO).
  • 2000-2001 - Financial Analyst – National PetCare Centers (Fort Collins, CO). 

Research: 

  • Sanderson, Rohnn (2013). “Individual Utility and Trust in Government for Local Public Goods” (Working Draft). 
  • Sanderson, Rohnn (2012). “How Sensitive are SMaRT Rates?” (under review). 
  • Sanderson, Rohnn & Pugliese, Marc (2012). “Beyond Naiveté: Ethics, Economics and Values”. Published: Rowan & Littfield. 
  • Sanderson, Rohnn (2012). “A Short Primer in Dynamic Economic Systems”, available at http://www.businessquickstat.com/files/ashortprimerindynsystemsupdate2012.PDF
  • Sanderson, Rohnn (2011). “Compartmentalizing Gold Prices”, International Journal of Economic Sciences and Applied Research, Vol. 4, Issue 2. 
  • Sanderson, Rohnn (2009). “An Application of Dynamic Economic Systems to the Gold Market”, http://repository.unm.edu/bitstream/handle/1928/10296/sandersondissertationfinalwithsig.pdf?sequence=1. 
  • Sanderson, Rohnn & Ganderton, Phil (2009). “A Real Options Property Valuation Model”. 
  • Sanderson, Rohnn (2008). “Commodity Prices and Random Walks”. Published in IPMI 32nd Annual Conference Proceedings “Precious Metals and Technology During Volatile Times”. 

Grants and awards: 

  • University of New Mexico - Gerald Boyle Award for academic excellence in Public Finance (2006).
  • University of New Mexico - Gerald Boyle Award for academic excellence in Public Finance (2007). 
  • 2006 International Precious Metals Institute Business Award Winner - $5000 Research Grant. 
 
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