Patricia Ramirez De La Vina

Clinical Assistant Professor
Faculty
Tempe, Poly Campus
Mailcode
9801

Biography

Patricia Ramirez De La Vina is a clinical assistant professor in the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. She joined the ASU faculty in 2014, coming from American Express, where she worked in International Risk Management as the director of Global Network Services, Decision Science Fraud Risk Management (1999-2014). While she completed her doctorate at ASU, she was also an economics instructor (1996-2000). Prior to that, she was an instructor with the Universidad Catolica Boliviana, Departmento de Economia (1990-1992), as well as a senior research economic analyst with the Instituto de Investigaciones Socio-Económicas (IISEC), La Paz, Bolivia.

Education

  • Ph.D. Economics, Arizona State University 1999. Dissertation: FOMC Days and Exchange Rate Dynamics
  • M.S. Economics, Arizona State University 1996
  • Licenciatura en Econom�a, Pontificia Universidad Cat�lica Boliviana, La Paz, Bolivia 1990. Tesis: An�lisis de los Determinantes del Tipo de Cambio Real en Bolivia

Publications

  • FOMC Days and the Exchange Rate Dynamics, Working Paper, W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University, Tempe, 2000
  • Testing the Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) Hypothesis: A Co-integration Analysis for Bolivia, Mimeo, W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University, Tempe, Spring 1997
  • The Long-Run Determinants of the Real Exchange Rate, in La Experiencia Boliviana durante el periodo de Post-Estabilizacion, J.A. Morales editor, La Paz, Bolivia, January 1993 
  • Inversión y crecimiento Económico en Bolivia. Documento de trabajo #05/92. IISEC, Universidad Católica Boliviana, La Paz, Bolivia, July 1992
  • The Determinants of Investment during the Post-Stabilization Period in Bolivia, Working Paper IISEC, Universidad Católica Boliviana, La Paz, Bolivia June 1992

Courses

Spring 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
ECN 212Microeconomic Principles
Fall 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
ECN 212Microeconomic Principles
Spring 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
ECN 212Microeconomic Principles
Fall 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
ECN 212Microeconomic Principles
Spring 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
ECN 212Microeconomic Principles
Fall 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
ECN 212Microeconomic Principles

Work History

<p><strong>TEACHING EXPERIENCE</strong>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Arizona State University, Department of Economics,&nbsp;</strong>Jan 1996  May 2000,&nbsp;<em>Economics Instructor</em></p> <p>Courses taught: Microeconomic Principles (Fall 1999), Macroeconomic Principles (Spring 1999), International Trade (Fall 1998), and Intermediate Microeconomics (Spring 1998)</p> <p><strong>Universidad Catolica Boliviana, Departmento de Economia,&nbsp;</strong>Sep 1990  May 1992,&nbsp;<em>Economics Instructor</em></p> <p>Courses taught:<em>&nbsp;Intermediate Macroeconomics (Spring 1992), Money and Banking</em>&nbsp;(Fall 1991)&nbsp;<em>Principles of Economics (Spring 1991), Principles of Economics (Fall 1990)</em></p> <p><br /> <strong>RESEARCH EXPERIENCE</strong></p> <p><strong>Arizona State University, Department of Economics,&nbsp;</strong>Jan 1996  May 2000,&nbsp;<em>Research / Teaching Assistant</em></p> <p>Performed empirical economic analysis on various topics dealing with international markets, as part of joint research activities with tenured professors</p> <p><strong>Instituto de Investigaciones Socio-Econ�micas (IISEC), La Paz, Bolivia,&nbsp;</strong>Mar 1990  Jul 1992,&nbsp;<em>Senior Research Economic Analyst</em></p> <p>Responsible for conducting quantitative empirical research on a variety of economic and financial issues, with emphasis on Latin American economies</p>