Accounting, Economics and Finance, College of Business, Innovation, Leadership and Technology, School of Business
B.Sc., M.B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of New Orleans
M.B.A.-PLUS, University of North Carolina
Her current research interests include : The impact of colonialization on GDP per capita of emerging (developing) nations, determining the probability of bankruptcy with various models and Behavioral Finance.
Dr. Theresia Wansi holds a Ph.D in Financial Economics from the University of New Orleans, MBA-PLUS (Information & Technology Management) from the University of Carolina at Charlotte, MBA (Finance concentration), MA (Economics) and BSc (Business Administration – computer science option) from the University of New Orleans. She teaches face-to-face and online at the graduate and undergraduate level.
Her publications include:
- “Drivers Of Reserves Accumulation In The South East Asian Countries,” co-authored with Shrestha, B Min, http://www.seacen.org/workingpapers.php , 2014.
- “Does Purchasing Power Parity hold between the US and Canada? Evidence from 1957 to 2010,” co-authored with Grumlose, Dean, The South Western Journal of Economics. Vol X1, No. 111, 2012.
- “Integration across the MIS and Finance Curriculum – A Case Study of Team Teaching,” co-authored with Liu,Michelle , Competition Forum. 2012.
- “Changing Risk, Return and Leverage: The 1997 Asian Financial Crisis,” co-authored with N. Maroney and A. Naka, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis (JFQA) March 2004.”