Jonathan Adongo, Ph.D.
|Title||Associate Professor of Economics|
|Background||Ph.D., Middle Tennessee State University|
M.S., University of Botswana
B.S., University of Botswana
|Office||Aquinas, Room 312|
|Courses||Quantitative Research for Managers|
Economic Theory and Applications
Money and Banking
Statistics for Business and Economics
Professor Adongo joins Albertus as part of the Tagliatela School of Business and Leadership. Previously, he held a similar position at the Missouri Southern State University. Dr. Adongo earned his Ph.D. in Economics from Middle Tennessee State University and both his master’s and bachelor’s degrees from the University of Botswana in Gaborone, Botswana. He currently resides in New York City and is looking forward to exploring the New Haven region while training students on evidence-based approaches to evaluate events using analytical and data-driven tools.
2017. Legal jurisdictions, director liability, and venture capitalists' equity stakes in Africa. Research in International Business and Finance 40 (April), 78-93;
2016. Creditor protection law effects on venture capital investment in Africa. Journal of Private Equity 19 (Summer), no. 3:37-50;
2013. The long-run relationship between stock industry group performance and output. Applied Economics 45 (March), issue 7:943-952. (with Ghassem Homaifar and Kevin Zhao)