Alcala West, Coronado 207
Professor of Economics
Ph.D. University of Oregon, Economics
M.A. University of Oregon, Economics
B.A. Moorhead State College, Minnesota, Economics
Robert Johnson taught at Idaho State University before joining the faculty of the School of Business Administration at the University of San Diego in 1978. Professor Johnson was awarded the Steber Professorship at the University of San Diego for 1997-2000 in recognition of career accomplishments.
Selected Current Research
Journal Article, Academic Journal
Sumner, S., Johnson, R., Soenen, L. (2010). Spillover Effects between Gold, Stocks, and Bonds. Journal of CENTRUM Cathedra, 3 (2), 106 - 120.
Johnson, R., Soenen, L. (2009). Commodity Prices and Stock Market Behavior in Latin American Countries. Emerging Markets, Finance, and Trade, 45 (number 4), 69 - 82.
Johnson, R., Soenen, L. (2009). Equity Market Risk Premium and Global Integration. Journal of Centrum Cathedra, Volume (Issue 1)
Johnson, R., Soenen, L. (2009). European Economic Integration and Stock Market Co-Movement With Germany. Multinational Business Review, 17 (3), 205-228.
Journal Article, Professional Journal
Soenen, L., Johnson, R. (2008). The Equity Market Risk Premium and Valuation of Overseas Business. Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 20 (2), 113-121.
Book, Chapter in Scholarly Book-New
Soenen, L., Johnson, R. (2012). Integrated Versus Segmented Capital Markets: Implications for Financial Decision Making, Chapter 18 in "Survey of International Finance". Oxford University Press, Inc.