Carolyne Soper
Associate Professor
Economics
Leadership Fellow
Carol A. Ammon College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
Contact
Office Information
Maria Sanford Hall
30404
Monday
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Wednesday
11 p.m. - 12 p.m.
Biography

Dr. Carolyne Soper joined the Economics Department at Central Connecticut State University in August 2017.  Dr. Soper's teaching areas/research interests include Macro, Money and Banking, Financial Markets/Institutions, Monetary Policy, and International Economics.  Carolyne is also the Internship Coordinator for the Economics Department.

Education
  • DBA - Finance, Sacred Heart University, 2017
  • MBA - Western New England University, 2006
  • BS - International Trade, SUNY F.I.T., 2001
Publications, Research & Presentations

Publications:

"Uncovered Equity Returns Parity in Non-Euro Central European EU Member Countries" International Journal of Finance and Economics.  (January 2021) Authors: Lucjan Orlowski, Carolyne Cebrian Soper & Monika Sywak https://doi.org/10.1002/ijfe.2422

"Impact of Bankruptcy Filing on Stock Price” Journal of Business, Economics & Technology(Spring 2020) 23(1) Authors: Carolyne Cebrian Soper & Monika Sywak  http://nabet.us/j_archives/JBET_2020.pdf

 "Market Risk and Market Implied Inflation Expectations" International Review of Financial Analysis (September 2019) Authors: Carolyne Cebrian Soper & Lucjan Orlowski, Sacred Heart University https://doi.org/10.1016/j.irfa.2019.101389

"An increase in the federal minimum wage-good for employees, bad for stockholders?" International Advances in Economic Research (Note) (November 2019) Authors: Carolyne Cebrian Soper & Monika Sywak, Villanova University. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11294-019-09751-6

“Economic Forecasting and Consumer Sentiment: The Case of Connecticut”  Journal of Business and Economic Studies (December 2020) 24(2) Authors: Armando Rodriguez, University of New Haven & Carolyne Cebrian Soper https://jbes.scholasticahq.com/article/18260-economic-forecasting-and-consumer-sentiment-the-case-of-connecticut

 "An increase in the federal minimum wage-good for employees, bad for stockholders?" Pennsylvania Economic Review (Spring 2020) 27(1) Authors: Carolyne Cebrian Soper & Monika Sywak, Villanova University http://www.econpea.org/pub/PERSpring2020V27N1.pdf

Awards & Grants

AAUP Faculty Research Grant, Awarded Fall 2020 

Curriculum Development Grant, Awarded Spring 2020 

Faculty Development Grant, Awarded Spring 2020

Faculty Senate Community Engagement Grant, Awarded Spring 2020

AAUP Faculty Research Grant, Awarded Fall 2019

 AAUP Minority Recruitment and Retention Grant, Awarded April 2018

Courses Taught

Principles of Macroeconomics

Money, Credit, & Banking

Social Issues in Economics

Globalization Issues