Dr. John Jasina
Dr. Jasina has been employed at Claflin University since August 2005 as an Assistant Professor in the School of Business.
Dr. Jasina received his Ph.D. in Applied Economics from Clemson University in 2005. His areas of specialization include applied microeconomics, industrial organization, financial economics, econometrics and times series analysis. Prior to attending Clemson University, Dr. Jasina attended West Chester University in West Chester, Pennsylvania, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Economics
While at Claflin, Dr. Jasina has taught courses in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Business Statistics, Quantitative Methods and Managerial Economics. Dr. Jasina also teaches graduate level courses in the Master of Business Administration program. In addition to his teaching duties, Dr. Jasina is actively involved in School of Business and University activities.
When not in his office, Dr. Jasina, a free-market economist and unwavering conservative, can be found writing online under a pseudonym fighting the global conspiracy of climate change and wealth redistribution. For recreation, Dr. Jasina enjoys kayaking and biking in the many beautiful parks across South Carolina.
- Applied Microeconomics
- Sports Economics
- Industrial Organization
- Financial Economics
- Economic Development and Growth
- Jasina, J., & Rottoff, K (2016). The Impact of the NHL Lockout on County Employment. International Journal of Sport Finance, 11 (2), pp. 114-123.
- Jasina, J., & Rottoff, K. (2012). A Model of Promotion and Relegation in League Sports. Journal of Economics and Finance, 36 (2), pp. 303-318.
- Rottoff, K., Zanzalari, D. & Jasina, J. (2011) What are the odds? A measure of the small sample problems. Applied Economics Letters, 18 (12), pp. 1139-1143.
- Jasina, J., & Rottoff, K.(2008). The Impact of a Professional Sports Franchise on County Employment and Wages. International Journal of Sport Finance, 3(4), pp. 210-227.