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1 CURRICULUM VITAofABDOUL WANE, Associate Professor of Economics

Fayetteville State University

Finance, Economics, Entrepreneurship and Marketing (910) 672-1370

Email: awane@uncfsu.edu Home Address:

320 Peterson Place, Fayetteville, NC 28301, USA Tel: (910) 728-4352 (H); (910) 797- 1895 (C) Email: awane@uncfsu.edu

Office Address

School of Business and Economics, Room 365

Department of Finance, Economics, Entrepreneurship and Marketing, Fayetteville State University

1200 Murchison Road, Fayetteville, NC 28301, USA Tel: (910) 672-1370

Email: awane@uncfsu.edu

Personal: Citizenship: USA Marital Status: Married

Email: abdulwayne@yahoo.com; waneabdoul98@gmail.com,

Fluent in English, French, Arabic, and two African languages (Wolof and Fulani).

I. ACADEMIC BACKGROUND A. Education

Ph. D. Economics, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale (SIUC), August 2003.

Concentration Areas: International Economics and Monetary Economics. Minor Areas: Econometrics, Business Statistics.

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2 Dissertation Topic: Essays on Asymmetric Adjustments in the Long Run of

Macroeconomic variables in the Efficiency Wage Model, in the Effects of Monetary Policy and in the Effects of Fiscal Policy: a multi-country investigation.

M. S. Agribusiness Economics, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale (SIUC), May 1998. Concentration: Agribusiness Economics.

Master’s Topic: Economic Impacts of BST (Bovine Somatotropine) use in the US Dairy Industry at the Farm, Regional and National levels.

DVM. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary School, University of Dakar, Dakar, Senegal (West Africa), June 1989.

B. Research / Teaching Interests

Labor Economics, International Financial Markets, Statistical and Quantitative Methods. C. Awards / Honors

1. SBE Teacher of the Year, 2011, School of Business and Economics, Fayetteville State University (May, 2011).

2. Department Teacher of the Year, 2011, Department of Finance Economics Entrepreneurship and Marketing, Fayetteville State University (May, 2011).

3. Honored by Fayetteville State University in recognition of 5 years of continued and dedicated service to the University and to the State of North Carolina, August 1, 2009.

4. Research Award presented by the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, April 2008.

5. Research Award presented by the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, January 2007.

6. Best Paper Award presented by the ABR & TLC Conferences, January, 2006. 7. Best Paper Award presented by the ABR & TLC Conferences, January, 2005

8. Department Teacher of the Year, 2008, Department of Managerial Economics and Finance, Fayetteville State University (May, 2008).

9. Awarded teaching assistantship for the entire Ph. D. Economics program, 1998 – 2003.

10. Initiated as a graduate member into Omicron Delta Epsilon, Chapter of Illinois in recognition of high scholastic achievement in the field of Economics, April 1999.

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3 11. Initiated as a graduate member into Phi Kappa Phi, Chapter of Illinois in recognition of high

scholastic achievement in all fields, April 1998.

12. Selected as an African Graduate Fellow (AFGRAD) for better scholastic achievement by the Graduate School of Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, from 1995 to 1998.

13. Awarded full scholarship for the M.Sc. Agribusiness Economics program, 1994 - 1998.

II. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES A. Teaching Experience

1. Associate Professor of Economics, Fayetteville State University, School of Business and Economics, Dept of Finance, Economics, Entrepreneurship and Marketing,2008 – 2010. 2. Assistant Professor of Economics, Fayetteville State University, School of Business and

Economics, Dept of Finance, Economics, Entrepreneurship and Marketing, 2003 – 2008. 3. Instructor of Economics, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale (SIUC), Dept of

Economics, Spring 1999 – May 2003.

B. Courses Taught

Undergraduate Economics and Related Courses: ECON 212: Principles of Microeconomics

ECON 211: Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 315: Applied Microeconomics ECON 316: Applied Macroeconomics

ECON 310: Managerial Economics (In-Class and Online) Undergraduate Finance Courses:

FINC 323: Money, Banking, and Monetary Policy (In-Class and Online) FINC 354: International Trade and Finance (In-Class and Online) Graduate Econ / Finance and Related Courses:

ECON 591/2: Economics for Managers

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4 C. Innovations

1. Developed two online, and several web-enhanced courses.

2. Developed rubrics and assessed two courses for continuous learning improvement to fulfill AACSB Accreditation requirements.

3. Applied group discussion techniquesin principle level economics classes.

D. Professional Experiences:

1. Part time Life Skill Therapist to coach, teach and assist brain injured people at the Center for Comprehensive Services (C.C.S) at Carbondale, 2000 to 2002,

2. Regional Director of Livestock Services in Northern Senegal (West Africa) from 1989 to 1994.

E. Professional development

1. Attended SAS training in Applied Analytics Using SAS Enterprise Miner, July 20-23, 2010. 2. Attended SAS training in SAS programming Essentials for Educators I, July 19, 2010. 3. Attended a Professional Grant Development Workshop offered at Fayetteville State

University by the Grant Training Center Arlington, VA, November 12-14, 2007.

4. Attended REMI (Regional Economic Models, Inc,) Online Training Program September through December, 2007.

5. Attended a two-day workshop on Experimental Economics organized by Georgia State University’s Experimental Economics Center. June 7 – 8, 2007, GSU, Atlanta, GA. 6. Attended the Practice of Econometrics with EViews workshop offered by Timberlake

Consultants Ltd, April 4-7, 2006.

7. Attended the Economics and Finance Teacher Training Program at the Academy of Economics and Finance annual meeting in Myrtle Beach, SC, February 12, 2005.

8. Attended numerous sessions on blackboard and online teaching pedagogy organized by Fayetteville State University’s Continuous Education Department.

F. Professional Memberships

1. American Economic Association. 2. Agricultural Economic Association.

3. Southwestern Society of Economists Association. 4. Applied Business Research Association.

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5 6. Academy of Economics and Finance.

7. Academy of International Business and Economics.

8. International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines 9. Western Economic Association International

III. RESEARCH ACTIVITY A. Grants

1. Received a grant in the amount of $10,000 from the Health Disparity Institute of Fayetteville State University to study economic disparity across races in the Cape Fear Region of North Carolina with Dr. Inder Nijhawan and Dr. Abdoul Wane as the coauthor. The study was completed and published in 2008.

Inder P Nijhawan, Abdoul Wane, Fazlul Miah, “Economic Disparity in the Cape Fear Region Counties 1990 – 2005”. Health Disparities Institute, FayettevilleStateUniversity, 2008. 2. I was a team Member of“Commissioned Study on Economic Impact of BRAC on the 11

Member Counties: Bridging the Gap for Socially and Economically Disadvantaged

Populations”. The study analyzed the impact of FortBragg’s major expansion on socially and economically disadvantaged populations in the 11-county BRAC region. The project was managed by FayettevilleBusinessCenter in conjunction with FayettevilleStateUniversity, and UNC – Pembroke, 2009. This $130,000 grant was funded by FortBragg.

B. Articles in Refereed Journals

1. Wane, A., “Effects of Fiscal Policy Credit Markets: Evidence in Japan using a Cointegration analysis”, Global Economy and Finance Journal, Volume 4, Number 2, 2011.

2. Wane, A., “Effects of Fiscal Policy in the Goods Market, Evidence of Asymmetric Adjustment in USA and Canada: A cointegration analysis”, European Journal of Management, Volume 10, Number 2, 2010.

3. Wane, A., “Efficiency Wage Models: Evidence of Asymmetric Adjustment in the long-run using a cointegration analysis”, Journal of Business and Economics, Volume 10, Number 1, 2010. 4. Wane, A., “Effects of Monetary Policy on Output: Evidence of Asymmetric Adjustment in the

long-run in some European countries using a cointegration analysis”, Journal of International Finance and Economics, Volume 10, Number 1, 2010.

5. Wane, A., “The Effects of Fiscal Policy in the Credit Market, Evidence of Asymmetric Adjustment in USA and Canada: a Cointegration Analysis”, International Journal of Business and Economics PerspectivesVolume 5, Number 1, 2010.

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6 6. Larkin, P., Lee, B., Wane, A., Williams, T., “A Second Opinion”, Journal of Finance Case Research,

Vol. 8, No. 2, (2006): 61 – 66.

7. Larkin, P., Lee, B., Wane, A.,“Getting Up to Speed With Real Options Analysis: Examples”,Midwestern Business and Economic Review, Spring 2006 (37).

8. Larkin, P., Lee, B., Wane, A., Williams, T., “Hollywood Tycoon: A Real Options Simulation Game”, Journal of Financial Education, Summer 2006 (32).

9. Wane, A., “Asymmetric Adjustment in the Effects of Monetary Policy on Output: Evidence in Japan using a Cointegration Analysis”. International Journal of Business Research, Vol. 4, No. 1, 2005.

10. Wane, A., Larkin, P., Lee, B., Williams, T., “Asymmetric Adjustment in the Effects of Monetary Policy on Output: Evidence in the USA and Canada using a Cointegration Analysis”. International Business and Economics Research, Vol. 4, No. 4, 2005.

11. Larkin, P., Lee, B., Wane, A., “Getting Up to Speed With Real Options Analysis: Basics”, Midwestern Business and Economic Review, Fall 2005 (36).

12. Larkin, P., Lee, B., Wane, A.,“Repurchase Dividend Reinvestments Plans (DRIPS)”,Journal of Economics and Research, Vol.3, No. 10, 2005.

C. Publications in Peer Reviewed Proceedings

1. Wane, Abdoul, “Economic disparities in the USA: Evidence in the Cape Fear Region in North Carolina using ANOVA Analysis”. The International Academy of Business and Public

Administration Disciplines Conference Proceedings, January 2-5, 2012.

2. Wane, Abdoul, “Effects of Fiscal Policy on the Credit Market: Evidence in Japan using a

Cointegration Analysis”. The Third Annual American Business Conference Proceedings, June 6-7, 2011.

3. Wane, Abdoul, “Effects of Fiscal Policy in the Goods Markets, evidence of Asymmetric

Adjustment in USA and Canada: a Cointegration Analysis”. The International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference Proceedings, January 3-6, 2010.

4. Wane, Abdoul, “Asymmetric Adjustment in the Effects of Fiscal Policy of Output: Evidence in USA and Canada using a Cointegration Analysis”. The International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference Proceedings, April 23-26, 2009.

5. Wane, Abdoul, “Asymmetric Adjustment in Efficiency Wage Models: a Cointegration Analysis”. The International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference Proceedings, April 24-27, 2008.

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7 6. Wane, A., Larkin, P., Lee, B., “Do Tight Money and Easy Money have the Same Effect on Output:

Evidence in Selected European Countries”. The International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference Proceedings, January 4-7, 2007.

7. Larkin, P., Lee, B., Wane, A. “New Evidence on the Efficiency of the NFL Point Spread Betting Market.” IBER & TLC Conference Proceedings, 2006.

8. Wane, A., Larkin, P., Lee, B., Williams, T.,“Asymmetric Adjustment in the Effects of Monetary Policy: Evidence in Europe using a Cointegration Analysis” ABR & TLC Conference

Proceedings, January 2-6, 2006.

9. Wane, A., Larkin, P., Lee, B., Williams, T., “Asymmetric Adjustment in the Effects of Monetary Policy: Evidence in USA and Canada using a Cointegration Analysis” ABR & TLC Conference Proceedings, January 2005.

10. Larkin, P., Lee, B.,Wane, A., Williams, T., “Opportunity Knocks” Academy of Economics and Finance Conference Proceedings, 2005.

11. Larkin, P., Lee, B.,Wane, A., Williams, T., “Foreign Exchange Rate Exposure and Risk Management Programs of Multinational Firms: A Review of the Literature” Academy of Financial Services Conference Proceedings, October 6-7, 2004.

12. Miah, Fazlul, M. Kabir Hassan, Wane, Abdoul, “Forward Market Efficiency: New Tests and Results” Academy of International Business (AIB) Conference proceedings, 2004.

D. Presentations in National / International Conferences

1. “Economic disparities in the USA: Evidence in the Cape Fear Region in North Carolina using ANOVA Analysis”, Presented in the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference, January 2-5, 2012.

2. “Effects of Fiscal Policy on the Credit Markets: Evidence in Japan using a Cointegration Analysis”, Presented in the Third Annual American Business Research Conference, June 6-7, 2011.

3. “Effects of Fiscal Policy in the Goods Markets, evidence of Asymmetric Adjustment in USA and Canada: a Cointegration Analysis”, Presented in the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference, January 3-6, 2010.

4. “Asymmetric Adjustment in the Effects of Fiscal Policy on Output: Evidence in USA and Canada using a Cointegration Analysis”. Presented in the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference, April 23-26, 2009.

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8 5. “Asymmetric Adjustment in Efficiency Wage Models: a Cointegration Analysis”. Presented in the

International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference, April 23-26, 2009.

6. “Do Tight Money and Easy Money have the Same Effect on Output: Evidence in Selected European Countries.” Presented in the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference, January 4-7, 2007. (Larkin P., and Lee, B. as co-authors).

7. “New Evidence on the Efficiency of the NFL Point Spread Betting Market.” Presented in Academy of International Business annual meeting in theIBER & TLC Conference, 2006. (Larkin P., and Lee, B. as co-authors).

8. “Asymmetric Adjustment in the Effects of Monetary Policy: Evidence in Europe using a Cointegration Analysis.” Presented intheABR & TLC Conference, January 2-6, 2006.(Larkin P.,Lee, B., and Williams, T., as co-authors).

9. “Asymmetric Adjustment in the Effects of Monetary Policy: Evidence in USA and Canada using a Cointegration Analysis.” Presented in theABR & TLC Conference, January 2005.(Larkin P.,Lee, B., and Williams, T., as co-authors).

10. “Forward Discount Bias: Is It Risk Premium or Expectational Errors”. Presented in Financial Management Association (FMA) conference meeting in New Orleans, October, 2004. (Kabir Hassan and Fazlul Miah as the coauthors).

11. “Opportunity Knocks”. Presented in the Academy of Economics and Finance meeting in Myrtle Beach, SC, February, 2005 (Larkin P.,Lee, B., and Williams, T., as co-authors). 12. “Asymmetric adjustment in the efficiency wage model.” Presented in the Academy of

Economics and Finance meeting in Myrtle Beach, SC, February, 2005. (Fazlul Miah as coauthor).

13. “Foreign Exchange Rate Exposure and Risk Management Programs of Multinational Firms: A Review of the Literature”, Presented in the Academy of Financial Services Conference, October 6-7, 2004. (Larkin P.,Lee, B., and Williams, T., as co-authors).

13. “The Critical Values of the F-Distribution of the Threshold Autoregressive and Momentum Autoregressive Models”, presented in the South West Economists Association meeting in Orlando, FL, March 2 – 6, 2004. (Fazlul Miah as coauthor).

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9 E. Research in Progress

1. Risk and Return Characteristics in US, GCC and South East Asia.

2. Stock Market Volatility Spillovers, and Price of Risk: Evidence in US, GCC, and South East Asia using a Multivariate GARCH-M Approach.

3. Stock Market Returns and Local Macroeconomic Variables: Evidence in US, GCC, and South East Asia.

IV. SERVICE ACTIVITIES A. Department Service

Committee Member, Departmental Curriculum Committee. (2003-present);

Committee Member, Department Tenure Committee for Distinguished Professor. (2010); Committee Member, Promotion Committee for Dr. Fazlul Miah. (2009);

Committee Member, Department teacher of the year selection committee. (2008-2009); Committee Member, Department teacher of the year selection committee. (2006-2007); Faculty Co-Advisor, Faculty Co-Advisor to Economics and Finance Club. (2004-2006); Committee Member, Search Committee for Endowed chair in Economics. (2005); Committee Member, Committee to Select New Department Chair. (2003-2004);

B. College Service

Committee Member, SBE Tenure and Promotion Committee. (2008 to present); Committee Member, SBE Curriculum Committee. (2003-present);

Committee Member, AACSB steering Committee. (2005-2006);

Committee Member, AACSB Steering Sub-Committee for Intellectual Contributions. (2006); Committee Member, MBA Curriculum Committee. (2005-present);

Evaluated the Euromonitor-GMID Databases & Frost & Sullivan Databases for library purchase. (2005).

C. University Service

Committee Member, FSU Research Council Committee. (2010- Present);

Team Captain, State Employees Combined Campaign Fundraising (SECC). (2006-2009); Faculty, Learning Communities Faculty. (2008-2009);

Committee Member, Faculty Senate. (2004-2005);

Committee Member, Dissertation Committee for Desandra Washington. (2007); Committee Member, Dissertation Committee for Sylvia Mizzelle. (2007);

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10 Committee Member, Dissertation Committee for Fannie Ratliff. (2006);

Committee Member, Dissertation Committee for Vanessa Alford. (2005); Committee Member, Dissertation Committee for Donna Albaugh. (2005);

Taught Behavioral Statistics for Doctoral Students for the School of Education. (2004-2005);

D. Professional Service

Session Discussant, International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference. (2012);

Session Discussant, International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference. (2010);

Session Chair, International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference. (2008);

Reviewer, Journal Article, American Journal of Business Research. (2008-Present);

Reviewer, Journal Article, Academy of International Business, South-West (AIB-SW). (2008-Present);

Session Chair, 2006 ABR & TLC Conferences. (2006);

E. Community Service

Principal, Houda Sunday School. (2008-Present); Teacher, Houda Sunday School. (2008-Present); Treasurer, ICF (2007-Present);

French Teacher, Korean School. (2007-2008); Lunch Buddies Program, (2004-2007);

Know your Community Challenge Contest, (2006-2007);

Fayetteville State University Bureau’s Speakers, (2005-Present); Fayetteville State University Expert List, (2005-Present);

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11 V. REFERENCES

Baeyong Lee, Ph. D.

Associate Professor of Finance

Department of Finance, Economics, Entrepreneurship, and Marketing School of Business and Economics

FayettevilleStateUniversity Fayetteville, NC 28301 Tel: (910) 672-1488 Email: blee@uncfsu.edu Thomas Williams, Ph. D. Associate Professor of Finance

Department of Finance, Economics, Entrepreneurship, and Marketing School of Business and Economics

FayettevilleStateUniversity Fayetteville, NC 28301 Tel: (910) 672- 1736

Email: tgewilliams@uncfsu.edu Patrick Larkin, Ph. D.

Associate Professor of Finance

Department of Finance, Economics, Entrepreneurship, and Marketing School of Business and Economics

FayettevilleStateUniversity Fayetteville, NC 28301 Tel: (910) 672-1067 Email: plarkin@uncfsu.edu Amon Okpala, Ph. D. Professor of Economics

Department of Finance, Economics, Entrepreneurship, and Marketing School of Business and Economics

FayettevilleStateUniversity Fayetteville, NC 28301 Tel: (910) 672-1594 (O) Email: aokpala@uncfsu.edu

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