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Janis Petersen Tucson, Arizona Education Bachelor of Arts, Economics, 1976, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois Master of Arts, Economics, 1977, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana Doctor of Philosophy, Economics, 1980, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana Fields: International Economics; Soviet and Comparative Economic Systems Dissertation: A Study of Transaction Costs in the Forward and Futures Exchange Markets During the Years of Floating Exchange Rates Teaching & Research Experience Freelance Writer and Consultant, at present. Writing research reports, papers, articles, book reviews, etc. Have been mostly working off of Guru.com. Adjunct Faculty – Rio Salado College, Tempe, AZ, October 2001 to present. Teaching undergraduate Economics courses via Internet. Subject Matter Expert - Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, AZ, July-August 2004. Developed and wrote the online course of an MBA level Managerial Economics Course. Consultant - Volunteers of America, San Diego, CA, December 1998. One month contract to perform Market research study and write two reports. Visiting Instructor- McCook Community College, McCook, NE, Fall, 1997-98. One year position teaching undergraduate economics, including the Economics USA Telecourse and ITV Distance Learning courses Adjunct Faculty, Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold, Maryland, Fall 1995 to December 1995 Economics Professor, Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics and Strategic Research, Almaty, Kazakhstan under contract for Institutional Reform and the Informal Sector at the University of Maryland, 1995 Assistant Professor, Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, Illinois, 1989 to 1993 Adjunct Faculty, Harper College, Palatine, Illinois, 1987 to 1989 Visiting Assistant Professor, Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois, 1988 Adjunct Faculty, Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, Illinois, 1987, 1988-89 Adjunct Faculty, Oakton Community College, Des Plaines, Illinois, 1985 1986 Teaching Assistant to Professor Steve Worland, University of Notre Dame, 1977 1978 Research Assistant to Professor Bill Davison, University of Notre Dame, 1977 Researched material for Professor David Mirza and the Institute of Futures Trading, Loyola University, 1975 1976 Economics Tutor, Loyola University, 1975 Business Experience Office Manager – Casino Games, Tucson, Arizona, January 2002. Helped manage the office for my family’s gaming supply business. Docket Manager – Qwest Communications, Denver, Colorado, September 2000. Managed dockets and all activity pertaining to dockets before the regulatory commission from setting up meetings to ensuring compliance with commission orders for various states. Analyst – US West, Denver, Colorado. Reviewed and wrote testimony pertaining to economic factors applying to various dockets before the regulatory commissions. Senior Research Associate and Project Leader - InfoSearch International, Reno, Nevada, 1999. Designed market research projects for clients, from proposal stage through final report and presentation stage. Supervised analyst and programmer and worked closely with telephone center during the implementation of the survey. Assistant to President, Globe Fasteners Corporation, Elk Grove Village, Illinois, 1983 1984. Assisted President in international purchasing from the Far East and China. Purpose was to learn practical aspects of international trade from the viewpoint of an individual firm. Consultant, Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Chicago, Illinois, 1983. Organized an audio visual slide presentation and training program for use in training member firm personnel. Economist, Standard Oil Company, Chicago, Illinois, 1980 1981. Performed research, evaluation and analysis of economic and econometric factors pertaining to major litigation involving the company. Special Projects Researcher, Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Chicago, Illinois, 1979 1980. Conducted research and evaluated special projects of importance to the Exchange, in addition to writing the Runners' Training Manual. Page Two Janis Petersen Trainer, Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Chicago, Illinois, 1979. Conducted orientation and training classes for all new CME employees. Trained CME trading floor personnel and wrote the training manual. Pit Observer, Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Chicago, Illinois, 1978. Recorded market activity on the trading floor and entered the data into the computer. Professional Affiliations (Past) American Economic Association, Midwest Economic Association, Illinois Economic Association, Western Economic Association, Midwest Business Economics Association Courses Taught Introduction to Economics, Principles of Macroeconomics, Principles of Microeconomics, American Economic History, History of Economic Thought, Public Finance, Economics of Regulation, Labor Economics, Chicago Financial Markets, Intermediate Microeconomics, International Economics and Economics of Privatization: The Case of Kazakhstan Scholarly Activity - Presentations "Teaching a Course on Chicago Financial Markets Using Locally Provided Resources: Course Design, Results, and Review of Resources," Janis Petersen, Illinois Economic Association, October 1991. "An Example of Integration and Enrichment in the Principles of Microeconomics Course," Janis Petersen and Deborah A. Walsh, Illinois Economic Association, October 1992. "The Trend Toward Regional Integration," Janis Petersen, Illinois Economic Association, October 1992. "Utilizing the Shared Model to Integrate Microeconomics and Other Business Courses at the Principles Level," Janis Petersen and Deborah A. Walsh, Midwest Business Economics Association Meetings, March 1993. "A Study of Regional Economic Integration and Intra-Regional Trade Flows in the Americas and Europe Using the Gravitational Method," George Garman and Janis Petersen, Midwest Economics Association, April 1993. "Intra-Regional Trade Flows in Latin America and the Caribbean," George Garman and Janis Petersen, Western Economic Association, June 1993. "The Performance of Western Hemispheric Regional Trade Blocs," Janis Petersen, Illinois Economic Association, October 1993. "International Infrastructure Comparisons: A Statistical Approach," George Garman and Janis Petersen, Midwest Business Economics Association Meetings, March, 1994. Page Three Janis Petersen Scholarly Activity - Discussant Discussant for "Gender Issue: Professional Women - Problems and Promise" session, Midwest Business Economics Association Meetings, March 1993. Scholarly Activity - Book Reviews "Privacy in the Workplace: A Guide for Human Resource Managers." Book Review in The Journal of Applied Business Research, 7:1, Winter 1990-91, p. 120. "First Principles of Monetary Theory." Book Review in The Journal of Applied Business Research, 9:1, Winter 1993, p. 147. “Taking Sides - Clashing Views on Controversial Economic Issues.” Book Review in The Journal of Applied Business Research, 14:2, Spring 1998, p. 139. Scholarly Activity - Publications "Utilizing the Shared Model to Integrate Microeconomics and Other Business Courses at the Principles Level," Janis Petersen and Deborah A. Walsh, Proceedings of the Midwest Business Economics Association, March 1993, pp. 90-104. "International Infrastructure Comparisons: A Statistical Approach," George Garman and Janis Petersen, Proceedings of the Midwest Business Economics Association, March, 1994. "The Performance of Western Hemispheric Regional Trade Blocs," Janis Petersen, submitted to Social and Economic Studies. "Intra-Regional Trade Flows in Latin America and the Caribbean," George Garman , Janis Petersen and Debora Gilliard, The Journal of Applied Business Research, 14:3, Summer 1998. Janis Petersen is not represented by any other person, agency or entity.
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