Brief Vita Sherman Hanna



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Brief Vita






Sherman Hanna, Professor Consumer

and Textile Sciences Department

College of Human

Ecology, The Ohio State University



Current teaching responsibilities: Family

Financial Management I
(summers)



Family

Finance II



Family

Financial Management Applications



Family Resource

Management Applications



Workshop in Family

Finance

 Home

page for all web pages

 Selected

current and former Ph. D. advisees

Current and former students in FRM graduate program

 Phone: Office: (614) 292-4584 FAX: 614-688-8133 (machine in

CM 265L) Efax: 603-457-6577



E-mail: hanna.1@osu.edu. Address: 1787 Neil Ave., Columbus, OH 43210-1290


 


 

SELECTED PREVIOUS POSITIONS



  • Chair, Family Resource Management Dept., Ohio State University, 1986-1994.





  • Acting Chair, Family Economics Dept., Kansas State University, 1982-1985.

SELECTED RECOGNITIONS



  • Editor of the research journal Financial Counseling and Planning,

    1989-present.

  • Won $1,000 Certified Financial Planner Board Award for paper presented at the 2001 meeting of the Academy of Financial Services, Rha, J-Y., Montalto, C. P, & Hanna, S. D. The effect of saving goals and expectations on household saving behavior.


  • Won $1,000 Texas Instruments Award for paper presented at the 1998 meeting

    of the Academy of Financial Services, Hanna, S., Yuh, Y.K. and Montalto,

    C., “Mean and pessimistic projections of retirement adequacy”





  • Named Mentor at 1999 ACCI meeting.





  • Ph.D. advisee (with C. Montalto) Yoonkyung Yuh received “Honorable Mention”

    for the ACCI Dissertation Award, March, 2000.





  • Ph.D. advisee (with C. Montalto) Yoonkyung Yuh won the Best Dissertation

    Award from the Ohio Family and Consumer Sciences Association, 1999.





  • Article with Jaimie Sung in 1996 issue of Financial Counseling and Planning

    received Best Article award from AFCPE Award committee (Awarded at Nov.,

    1998 meeting.)





  • Named Distinguished Fellow of the Association for Financial Counseling

    and Planning Education, December, 1997.





  • Received award for $1,000 for excellence from the Certified Financial Planner

    Board for paper with Peng Chen.





  • Ph.D. advisee (with J. Fox) Joyce Mok won the Best Dissertation Award

    from the Ohio Family and Consumer Sciences Association in 1996.





  • Ph.D. advisee Sharon DeVaney won the Ohio Home Economics Association Best

    Dissertation Award
    in 1994.





  • Financial Educator of the Year award from the Association for Financial

    Counseling and Planning Education, 1994.





  • McGraw-Hill Award for Best Research Paper in 1991 and in 1992 for research

    papers presented at the Academy of Financial Services.





  • Applied Consumer Research Award in 1989 for research paper presented at

    the American Council on Consumer Interests.





  • Elected to the Board of Directors of the Academy

    of Financial Services





  • Chair, College of Human Ecology Promotion and Tenure Committee, 1995-1997.





  • Past member of editorial boards of Journal of Consumer Affairs,

    Home

    Economics Research Journal
    , Housing and Society.





  • Founding co-editor of Housing Educators Journal (now Housing

    and Society
    .)





  • Founding editor of Family Economics and Resource Management Biennial:

    The Journal of the FERM Division of AAFCS
    . Click

    for web page

EDUCATION

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (Total since 1973

is 234, including 29 reviews.)

  1. Yao, R. & Hanna, S. D. (2002). The investment-asset ratio – A plausible replacement for the capital
    accumulation ratio guideline?
    Proceedings of the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning
    Education
    , in press.
  2. Yao, R., Hanna, S. D., & Montalto, C. P. (2002). Factors related to meeting the capital accumulation ratio
    guideline.
    Financial Services Review, 11 (2), 153-171.
  3. Jeong, W.-Y., Hong, E.-S., & Hanna, S. D. (2002, July). Credit use and financial stress of college students.
    Proceedings of the International Household & Family Research Conference 2002: CONSUMERS AND
    FAMILIES AS MARKET ACTORS
    , National Consumer Research Centre, Helsinki, Finland, p. 91.
  4. Hanna, S. D. & Gutter, M. S. (2002, July). Implications of variations in willingness to pay to reduce the risk of
    death. Proceedings of the International Household & Family Research Conference 2002: CONSUMERS AND
    FAMILIES AS MARKET ACTORS, National Consumer Research Centre, Helsinki, Finland, p. 60.
  5. Jeong, W.-Y. & Hanna, S. D. (2002, July). Risk tolerance and financial satisfaction. Proceedings of the
    International Household & Family Research Conference 2002: CONSUMERS AND FAMILIES AS MARKET
    ACTORS, National Consumer Research Centre, Helsinki, Finland, p. 59.
  6. Moon, S. J., Yuh, Y., & Hanna, S. D. (2002). Financial ratio analysis of Korean households. Family and
    Consumer Sciences Journal
    .

  7. Lai, C. W., Hanna, S. D., & Montalto, C. P. (2002). Optimal dynamic portfolio strategies for long-term
    investment horizons.
    Consumer Interests Annual, 48.
  8. Hanna, S. D. (2002). Theoretical bases for financial ratio guidelines. Consumer Interests Annual, 48.
  9. Moon, S. J., Yuh, Y., & Hanna, S. D. (2002). Financial ratio analysis of Korean households: Are U.S.
    guidelines appropriate in Korea?
    Consumer Interests Annual, 48.
  10. Hanna, S. D., Gutter, M. S.& Fan, J. X.(2001). A
    measure of risk tolerance based on economic theory.
    Financial Counseling and Planning, 12(2), 53-60.
  11. Hanna, S. D. (2001). Citations and scholarly research.
    Financial Counseling and Planning, 12(2), iii.

  12. Yao, R. & Hanna, S. D. (2001). An in-depth examination of the capital accumulation guideline with financial
    planning client households.
    Proceedings of the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education,
    p. 35.
  13. Jeong, W. Y., Hwang, D. S., & Hanna, S. (2001). Development of a measure of household financial health.
    Proceedings of the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education, p.33.
  14. Yao, R., Hanna, S. D., & Montalto, C. P. (2001). Factors related to meeting the capital accumulation ratio
    guideline.
    Proceedings of the Academy of Financial Services, p. 23.
  15. Lai, C. W., Hanna, S. D., & Montalto, C. P. (2001). Do individual investors make rational asset allocation
    decisions?
    Proceedings of the Academy of Financial Services, p. 9.
  16. Rha, J-Y., Montalto, C. P, & Hanna, S. D. (2001). The effect of saving goals and expectations on household
    saving behavior.
    Proceedings of the Academy of Financial Services, p. 57.
  17. Zhao, J., Montalto, C. P, & Hanna, S. D. (2001). Which households meet the household debt service burden
    guidelines?
    Proceedings of the Academy of Financial Services, p. 22.

  18. Moon, S. J., Yuh, Y., & Hanna, S. D. (2001). Financial ratio analysis of Korean households In D. Sharpe (Ed.), Proceedings of the Asian Consumer and Family Economics Association, Fourth Biennial Meeting, 174-186.
  19. Abdel-Ghany, M., Hanna, S., Ho, S.-H., Lee, H., Ogawa, I., Trappey, C., Xiao, J. J., Qingfei, Y, & Shijie, Y. (2001). Publish or perish: Academic journals in Asia and the United States. In D. Sharpe (Ed.), Proceedings of the Asian Consumer and Family Economics Association, Fourth Biennial Meeting, 325-.
  20. Hanna, S. D. (2000). Citations and research. Financial Counseling and Planning, 11(2), iii-iv.


  21. Hanna, S., Gutter, M., Lovett, S., &

    Yao, R. (2000). Estimating the value of financial planning. 
  22. Proceedings

    of the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education
    ,

    p. 37.





  23. Montalto,

    C. P., Hanna, S., & Yuh, Y. (2000). The retirement adequacy of American

    households in 1998. 
    Retirement

    Income Security: Current Practices and Emerging Issues, Preconference of

    Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education
    ,

    p. 8.





  24. Hanna,

    S., & Gutter, M. (2000). Needs based retirement planning applied to

    client households. 
    Retirement

    Income Security: Current Practices and Emerging Issues, Preconference of

    Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education
    ,

    pp. 9-10
    .





  25. Hanna,

    S. D. (2000). Award winning authors. 
    Financial

    Counseling and Planning, 11
    (1), iii-iv.





  26. Montalto, C. P., Yuh, Y., & Hanna, S. (2000). Determinants of planned

    retirement age. Financial

    Services Review
    , 9(1), 1=15.





  27. Gutter, M. & Hanna, S. (2000). Estimating the disability insurance

    needs of client households. Consumer Interests Annual, 46,

    in press.





  28. Hanna, S & Rha, J.-Y. (2000). The effect of household size changes

    on credit use: An expected utility approach. Consumer Interests Annual,

    46,

    121-126.





  29. Hanna, S. & Gutter, M. (1999). Using real client households in a financial

    planning class. Proceedings of the Association for Financial Counseling

    and Planning Education
    , 193.





  30. Hanna, S. & Sun, Y. (1999). A computer program for decision rules.

    Proceedings

    of the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education
    ,

    194.





  31. Hanna, S. (1999). Networking for financial counseling and planning. Financial

    Counseling and Planning, 10
    (1), ii.





  32. Hanna, S., & Gutter, M. (1999). How well do client households estimate

    expenses? Proceedings of the Academy of Financial Services, 9.





  33. Hanna, S., & Gutter, M. (1999). Estimating the retirement adequacy

    of client households. Proceedings of the Academy of Financial Services..





  34. Hanna, Sherman. (1999). Computer software at The Ohio State University.

    In S. Y. Park (ed.) Computer Software Workshop of Resource Management

    and Consumer Science.
    pp. 13-15. Seoul, Korea, Hanyang University.





  35. Hanna, Sherman. (1999). Electronic commerce: Potential for benefits and

    for harm to consumers. In M-K. Bae (ed.) Changes of Consumption Environment

    in New Millennium, pp. 9-28. Taegu, Korea, Keimung University.





  36. Hanna, S. (2000). Financial statements and budgeting. in Garman, E. T.

    & Xiao, J. J. (eds.) The mathematics of personal financial planning,

    Second edition, 122-145.





  37. Hanna, S., Gutter, M., & Gibbs, R. W. (2000). Life insurance math.

    in Garman, E. T. & Xiao, J. J. (eds.) The mathematics of personal

    financial planning
    , Second edition, 256-280.





  38. Hanna, S., Yuh, Y., & Montalto, C. P. (1999). Determinants of planned

    retirement age. Consumer Interests Annual, 45, 77-82.





  39. Kim, Y., Hanna, S.,& Yuh, Y. (1999). Comparison of household expenditure

    patterns in Korea and the U.S. In G. Olson (Ed.), Proceedings of the

    Asian Consumer and Family Economics Association
    , Third Biennial Meeting,

    89-101.





  40. Hanna, S. & Chen, P. (1999, July). Small

    stocks versus large: It’s how long you hold that counts
      AAII

    Journal
    , XXI (6), 26-27.





  41. Yuh, Y., Hanna, S., & Montalto, C. P. (1998). Mean and pessimistic

    projections of retirement adequacy. Financial Services Review,

    7(3)
    , 175-193.





  42. Sung, J. & Hanna, S. (1998). The spouse effect on participation and

    investment decisions for retirement funds. Financial Counseling and

    Planning
    , 9(2), 47-58.





  43. Hanna, S. (1998). The sky is falling and other persuasive techniques Financial

    Counseling and Planning, 9
    (2), ii.





  44. Yuh, Y., Montalto, C. P., & Hanna, S. (1998). Are Americans prepared

    for retirement? Financial Counseling and Planning, 9(1), 1-12.





  45. Hanna, S. (1998). The journal approaches the millennium Financial Counseling

    and Planning, 9
    (1), ii.





  46. Fan, J. X., Lee, J. & Hanna, S. (1998). Are apparel trade restrictions

    regressive? Journal of Consumer Affairs, 32 (2), 250-272.





  47. Hanna, S. & Gutter, M. (1998). A Theory Based Measure of Risk Tolerance

    . Proceedings of the Academy of Financial Services.





  48. Hanna, S. (1998). Efficient portfolios with stocks and inflation protected

    bonds. Proceedings of the Academy of Financial Services, in press.





  49. Hanna, S., Yuh, Y., & Montalto, C. (1998). Mean and pessimistic projections

    of retirement adequacy. Proceedings of the Academy of Financial Services.





  50. Hanna, S., Gutter, M., & Yuh, Y. (1998). Estimating the retirement

    adequacy of households and helping them plan for an adequate retirement.

    Proceedings

    of the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education
    .





  51. Hanna, S., & Gutter, M. (1998).  Estimating the true expenses

    of a client household, Proceedings of the Association for Financial

    Counseling and Planning Education
    .





  52. Yuh, Y., Hanna, S. & Montalto, C. P. (1998). ‘Average’ versus ‘ worst’

    case projections of financial assets and contributions to retirement accounts.

    Consumer

    Interests Annual
    , 44, in press.





  53. Chen, P., Hanna, S. & Montalto, C. P. (1998). Do households make savings

    and investment decisions together? Consumer Interests Annual, 44,

    96-101.





  54. Jayathirtha, C. & Hanna, S. (1998). The spending/income ratio and measurement

    of impacts of policies on low income households. Consumer Interests

    Annual
    , 44, in press.





  55. Hanna, S. (1997). What

    should every student know?
    Financial Counseling and Planning,

    8(2), 85-86.





  56. Hanna, S. (1997). The

    backward art of managing money.
    Financial Counseling and Planning,

    8(2), ii.





  57. Hanna, S. & Chen, P. (1997). Subjective

    and objective risk tolerance: Implications for optimal portfolios
    .

    Financial

    Counseling and Planning
    , 8(2), 17-26.





  58. Wang, H. & Hanna, S. (1997). Does

    risk tolerance decrease with age?
    Financial Counseling and Planning,

    8

    (2)
    , 27-31.





  59. Lee, J., Hanna, S., Mok, C. F. J., & Wang, H. (1997). Apparel expenditure

    patterns of elderly consumers: A life-cycle consumption model, Family

    and Consumer Sciences Research Journal
    , 26(2), 109-140.





  60. Xiao, J. J., Garman, E. T., Brunson, B., Fitsimmons, V. R., & Hanna,

    S. (1997). How to effectively teach personal finance math. Proceedings

    of the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education
    ,

    28-30.





  61. Hanna, S., DeVaney, S., & Davis, F. W. (1997). Using Case Studies

    to Teach Financial Counseling and Planning in a Variety of Settings. Proceedings

    of the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education
    ,

    47.





  62. Chen, P. & Hanna, S. (1997). Small versus large stocks: comparisons

    based on simulations, Proceedings of the Academy of Financial Services.





  63. Bae, M., Park, M., Lee, S. S., & Hanna, S. (1997). Overspending

    in Korea, Proceedings of the Academy of Financial Services.





  64. Yuh, Y. & Hanna, S. (1997). The demand for risky assets in retirement

    portfolios, Proceedings of the Academy of Financial Services.





  65. Hanna, S., Montalto, C., & Sung, J. (1997). The Surveys of Consumer

    Finance: Resources for researchers, Proceedings of the Academy of Financial

    Services
    .





  66. Chen, P., Hanna, S., & Grable, J. E. (1997). Employee personal retirement

    plan asset allocation: The case for 100% stocks. Personal Finances and

    Worker Productivity
    , 1 (1), 211-215.





  67. Lee, S., Hanna, S. & Sirigar, M. (1997). Children’s college as a

    saving goal, Financial Counseling and Planning, 8 (1), 33-36





  68.  Chang, Y.R., Hanna, S. & Fan, X.J. (1997). Emergency

    fund levels: Is household behavior rational?
    , Financial Counseling

    and Planning
    , 8 (1), 47-55.





  69.  Yuh, Y., DeVaney, S., & Hanna, S. (1997). Effects of multiple

    imputation: Empirical results using tobit analysis to investigate determinants

    of the level of assets in pension accounts. Consumer Interests Annual,

    43.





  70.  Jayathirtha, C., Fox, J., & Hanna, S. (1997). Influence of

    vehicle expenditures on overspending behavior for households with and without

    vehicle purchases. Consumer Interests Annual, 43.





  71.  Fan, J. X., Lee, J., & Hanna, S. (1997). The welfare impact

    of apparel price increases: Who gets hurt more, the poor or the rich? Consumer

    Interests Annual
    , 43, in press.





  72.  Hanna, S. (1996). So

    what? And other responses to research
    , Financial Counseling and

    Planning
    , 7, iii-v.





  73.  Hanna, S. & Chen, P. (1996). Efficient

    portfolios for saving for college
    , Financial Counseling and Planning,

    7,

    115-122.





  74.  Sung, J. & Hanna, S. (1996). Factors

    related to risk tolerance
    , Financial Counseling and Planning,

    7,

    11-20.





  75.  Chang, Y. R., & Hanna, S. D., Huston, S. J. & Xiao, J.

    J. (1996). The

    Web: Promises and pitfalls
    , Proceedings of the Association for Financial

    Counseling and Planning Education
    , 147





  76.  Chen, P. & Hanna, S. (1996). A computer program for family

    portfolio analysis, Proceedings of the Association for Financial Counseling

    and Planning Education
    .





  77.  Hanna, S., Sung, J. & Chen, C. (1996). A program for calculating

    the value of lost home production services of parents, Proceedings of

    the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education
    , 44.





  78.  Chen, P. & Hanna, S. (1996). Retirement

    accounts: High returns with safety
    , Proceedings of the Association

    for Financial Counseling and Planning Education
    , 107-116.





  79.  Chen, P. & Hanna, S. (1996). Optimal retirement portfolios

    for investors under 35, Proceedings of the Academy of Financial Services.





  80.  Sung, J. & Hanna, S. (1996). How does risk tolerance affect

    IRA contribution and choice of IRA investment types?, Proceedings of

    the Academy of Financial Services
    .





  81.  Chen, P. & Hanna, S. (1996). A computer program for life cycle

    portfolio analysis, Proceedings of the Academy of Financial Services.





  82.  Hanna, S., DeVaney, S. & Martin, A. (1996). Using a computer

    simulation game to teach family time use concepts. Journal of Family

    and Economic Issues
    ,17 (3/4)





  83. Fan, J. X., Lee, J. & Hanna, S. (1996). Household expenditures on

    apparel: A complete demand system approach. Consumer Interests Annual,

    42, 173-180.





  84.  Hanna, S. (1996). Cyberspace:

    Consumer protection issues
    . Consumer Interests Annual, 42, 263-264.





  85.  Sung, J. & Hanna, S. (1996). Factors related to household

    risk tolerance: An ordered probit analysis. Consumer Interests Annual,

    42, 227-228.





  86.  Hanna, S., Chang, Y.R. & Fan, X.J. (1995). Optimal

    life cycle savings
    , Financial Counseling and Planning, 5,

    1-15.





  87.  Lee, H. & Hanna, S. (1995). Investment

    portfolios and human wealth
    , Financial Counseling and Planning,

    5,

    147-152.





  88.  Hanna, S. & Chen, P. (1995). Optimal portfolios: An expected

    utility/simulation approach, Proceedings of the Academy of Financial

    Services
    .





  89.  Hanna, S. & Lee, H. K.. (1995). Empirical patterns of risk

    tolerance, Proceedings of the Academy of Financial Services.





  90.  Hanna, & Chen, P. (1995). Efficient

    portfolios for saving for college
    , Proceedings of the Association

    for Financial Counseling and Planning Education
    , 82-92. (In 1996, received

    an award for $1,000 for excellence from the Certified Financial Planner

    Board.)





  91.  Sung, J. & Hanna, S. (1995). Do financial professionals help

    people build net worth? Evidence from a panel study, Proceedings of

    the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education
    , 203-212.





  92.  Oleson, B., Bradshaw, E. & Hanna, S. It’s

    about time – A family time use educational tool
    . Family Economics

    and Resource Management Biennial
    , 1, 71-72.





  93.  Finke, M., Ismail, M., Chen, P., Jayathirtha, C., Wang, H., Park,

    S. & Hanna, S. How

    much should consumers be willing to pay for information about quality and

    price? Implications for cyberspace
    . Family Economics and Resource

    Management Biennial
    , 1, 21-22.





  94.  Hanna, S. Will cyberspace help families and consumers manage their

    resources? Family Economics and Resource Management Biennial, 1,

    1-2.





  95.  Hanna, S. & Wang, H. (1995). The adequacy of emergency funds

    to cover household expenditures Consumer Interests Annual, 41,

    224-225.





  96. Chang, Y. R. & Hanna, S. (1994). Determinants of household expected

    real income growth in the U.S.A., Journal of Consumer Studies and Homes

    Economics
    , 18, 315-329.





  97.  Hanna, S. (1994). Perspectives on the first five years of Financial

    Counseling and Planning, Financial Counseling and Planning, 4,

    1-4.





  98.  Hanna, S., Wang, H., & Lindamood, S. (1994). Do elderly households

    have rational financial plans?: evidence from consumer expenditure data,

    Proceedings

    of the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education
    ,

    272-288.





  99.  Chang, Y. R. & Hanna, S. (1994). Factors related to risk of

    a substantial decline in non-housing wealth, Proceedings of the Association

    for Financial Counseling and Planning Education
    , 133-134.





  100.  Wang, H., Mok, C. F. J. & Hanna, S. (1994). Are the consumption

    patterns of elderly households consistent with a life cycle model?, Asia

    Pacific Advances in Consumer Research
    , I, 237-245.





  101.  Chang. Y. R. & Hanna, S. (1994). Optimal retirement planning

    with an income prediction equation, Proceedings of the Academy of Financial

    Services
    .





  102.  DeVaney. S. & Hanna, S. (1994). The effect of marital status,

    income, age and other variables on insolvency in the U.S.A., Journal

    of Consumer Studies and Home Economics
    , 18, 293-303.





  103.  Chang, Y.R. & Hanna, S. (1994). Factors related to household

    saving, Consumer Interests Annual, vol. 40, 148-155. (Nominated

    by reviewers for Applied Consumer Research Award.)





  104.  Wang, H., Mok, C. F. J. & Hanna, S. (1994). Consumption patterns

    of elderly households: an empirical analysis using a life cycle model,

    Consumer

    Interests Annual
    , vol. 40, 328-335.





  105.  Oh, D.-H., Oleson, B. & Hanna, S. (1994). Factors influencing

    urban rental budget shares, Consumer Interests Annual, vol. 40,

    314-321.





  106.  Sung, J., Park, S. & Hanna, S. (1994). Determinants of expenditures

    on child care, Consumer Interests Annual, vol. 40, 322-327.





  107.  Chang, Y.R. & Hanna, S. (1994). Factors related to household

    expected real income growth, Proceedings of the Eastern Regional Family

    Economics/Resource Management Association
    , 118-130.





  108.  Fan, X.J., Chang, Y.R. & Hanna, S. (1993). Real income growth

    and optimal credit use, Financial Services Review, 3(1),

    45-58.





  109. Bae, M., Hanna, S. and Lindamood, S. (1993). Patterns

    of overspending in U.S. households
    , Financial Counseling and Planning,

    4
    , 11-30.





  110.  Hanna, S., Chang, Y.R., Fan, X.J. & Bae, M. (1993). Emergency

    fund levels of households: is household behavior rational?, Proceedings

    of The American Council on Consumer Interests 38th Annual Conference
    .

    215-222. Finalist for Applied Consumer Research Award.





  111.  Hanna, S., Bae, M., Martin, A. & Wang, H. (1993). Patterns

    of household spending on major appliances, Proceedings of the International

    Appliance Technical Conference
    , 137-146. Won award for “Outstanding

    Technical Presentation.”





  112. Lindamood, S. & Hanna, S. (1979). Housing, society, and consumers

    : An introduction
    . West Publishing. Textbook, over 8500 copies sold.

RESEARCH

Research Contract with the New York State Department of Social Services,

Office of Program Planning, Analysis and Development, Bureau of Policy

Analysis, “Valuing Basic Needs in New York State: Analysis of 1991 Consumer

Expenditure Data,” November 1993, $4,666 (46% overhead.)

Academic Challenge Grant (Part of the Selective Excellence Program

of the Ohio Board of Regents) for Family Resource Management Expert Systems

Laboratory. $75,000 per year for six years. 1989.

Development of Retirement Planning Computer Programs for Rural Families.

Agricultural Experiment State Project KAN00463, 1983-1986.

Family Expenditure Norms for Various Types of Kansas Families. Agricultural

Experiment State Project KAN00235, 1981-1983.

Residential Energy Alternatives for Rural Families. Agricultural

Experiment State Project KAN00170, 1979-1981.

Project co-director (with Suzanne Lindamood):

1. “Quality Housing Environment for Low-Income Families”, Alabama

Agricultural Experiment Station, Hatch 423. Part of Southern Regional Research

Project, S-95. Survey of 400 families in two low-income, rural Alabama

counties. Questions on survey on housing conditions, resources, and housing

preferences. (1976).

2. Auburn University Public Service and Extension Research Survey

of 400 families in two urbanizing Alabama counties. Questions in surveys

on housing conditions, resources, and housing preferences. (1976).

3. Auburn University and National Science Foundation. Survey in conjunction

with Montgomery, Alabama, City Planning Department. Survey of 1,000 families

in Montgomery, Alabama. Purposes of survey: A. Help Montgomery City Planning

Department in allocation of Community Development Funds and other government

funds for the improvement of housing. B. Add to analysis of S-95 regional

housing research for total of 4,800 families. (1976).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS AND TALKS

(papers published in proceedings are listed under “PUBLICATIONS”.)


Hanna, S. (1998). “Taking

Uncertainty Into Account In Projecting Portfolio Accumulations”
, paper

accepted for presentation at the Midwest Finance Association, Chicago,

March, 1998.



Chen, P., Hanna, S., & Montalto, C. (1998). “Which

Comes First? The Saving Decision or the Investment Decision?”
, paper

accepted for presentation at the Midwest Finance Association, Chicago,

March, 1998.

Hanna, S. (1994). “A Computer Program to Help Couples Evaluate Their

Time Use,” Annual Conference on the Family, co-sponsored by the Ohio Association

of the American Council on Family Relations, the Ohio Association of the

American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, the Ohio Association

of the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists,

and the Ohio Association for Family=Based Services, October 7-8, 1994.

Chang, Y.R. and Hanna, S. (1994). “Liquidity Constraints and Household

Saving Behavior,” paper presented at the Eastern Economics Association

Meeting, (March 18-20.)

Hanna, S. (1994). The Financial Planning and Counseling Major at

The Ohio State University. ACCI meeting (March.)

Hanna, S. (1992.) Panel member. “Perspectives of Journal Editors”.

ACCI

(meeting).

Hanna, S. Comments on two papers presented at Western Economic Association

meeting. (1987, July). Vancouver, British Columbia.

Hanna, S. (1987).Comments on two papers presented at Family Economics/Home

Management Preconference of American Home Economics Association, Indianapolis,

(June.)

Hanna, S. & Lindamood, S. (1985, June 3-7). The Impact of High

Rent-Income Ratios on Other Consumer Expenditures. International Conference

on Housing sponsored by the International Sociological Association, the

Nederlanse Sociologische en Antropologische Vereniging, and Sticting Gestructureerde

Samenwerking, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Hanna, S. (1985). The Impact of Permanent and Transitory Income on

Consumer Expenditures of Homeowners with Mortgages. American Home Economics

Association
.

Hanna, S. (1984). Presidential Politics During 20 Years of AAHE (Presidential

address). American Association of Housing Educators Conference.

Carter, L., Hanna, S. & Andrus, D. (1984). The Effects of Demographic

Characteristics on Consumer Information Periodical Readership. Canadian

Home Economics Association Conference
.

Hanna, S. (1983). Computers in Housing Education, Research, and Extension.

American

Association of Housing Educators Conference
.

Helmick, S.A. & Hanna, S. (1983). Normative Family Expenditures

as Guides to Budgeting. American Home Economics Association.

Lindamood, S., Bronner, D. & and Hanna, S. (1983). Factors Related

to Winter Thermostat Settings. American Home Economics Association Conference.

Hanna, S. (1983). Speaker for research reporting session. American

Home Economics Association
.

Hanna, S. (1982. The Informational Efficiency of Consumer Markets.

Southwestern

Economic Association
. (March.)

Perch, K., Hanna, S. & Lindamood, S. (1982). Housing Satisfaction

of Households With and Without Disabled Persons. American Home Economics

Association Conference
.

Hanna, S. & Lindamood, S. (1981). Factor Analysis of Satisfaction

with Housing and Neighborhood Characteristics. American Home Economics

Association Meeting.

Hanna, S. & Lindamood, S. (1979). Patterns of Help-Seeking for

Housing Problems. American Home Economics Association Meeting.

Hanna, S. & Lindamood, S. (1979). Determinants of Interest in

Housing Related Extension Classes. American Home Economics Association

Meeting
.

Lindamood, S. & Hanna, S. (1979). Housing Needs of Female-Headed

Households. American Home Economics Association Meeting.

McKown, C. & Hanna, S. (1979). Energy Consumption Patterns of

Households in Low-Income Rural Counties in Southern States. American

Home Economics Association Meeting
.

Hanna, S. (1977). Policy Implications of a Survey of 1,781 Alabama

Families. Conference on Housing in Alabama: Problems and Prospects, sponsored

by the Housing Research Center, Auburn University.

Hanna, S. & Lindamood, S. (1976). Policy Implications of Housing

Research. Seminar, Department of Home Management and Housing, Ohio State

University.

Lindamood, S. & Hanna, S. (1976). Housing Research in Alabama.

American

Association of Housing Educators Annual Meeting
.

Hanna, S. & Lindamood, S. (1976). Trends in Housing Research.

East

Alabama Home Economics Association
.

Hanna, S. (1976). Constraints to the Improvement of Housing in Rural

Low-Income Counties. American Home Economics Association Meeting.

Hanna, S. (1976). Home Management and the Labor Force Participation

of Married Women. Family Conference of the Alabama Council of Family

Relations
.

Hanna, S. (1976). The Family Financial Game. Southeastern Home

Management and Family Economics Conferences
.



 


 

PREVIOUS WORK EXPERIENCE

Professor and Chair, Family Resource Management Department, The Ohio

State University, 1986-1994.

Professor, Department of Human Development and Family Studies, 1985-

1986. Professor, Department of Family Economics, Kansas State University,

1984 – 1985. Acting Head, 1982-1985. Associate Professor, 1979-1984. Assistant

Professor, 1977-1979.

Assistant Professor, Department of Family and Child Development,

Auburn, Alabama 36830. September, 1974 – July, 1977.

Assistant Professor, Department of Family Economics and Management,

College of Human Resources, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois

62901. September, 1973 – June, 1974.

Research Assistant. Supervisor, Professor Simone Clemhout,

Cornell University. Work on estimation of homothetic production functions,

research on housing, demography, and labor force participation of women.

September, 1972 – June, 1973.

Research Programmer. Developed and programmed an economic

model for the Boston area as part of an interactive gaming-simulation.

July, 1972.

Statistical Programmer. Statistical analysis and programming

for the Interdepartmental Research Group on Poverty, Cornell University.

June, 1971 – September, 1971.

Statistical Programmer. Household Time Study, Cornell

University. September, 1970 – January, 1971.

Programmer-analyst. Cornell University Management Information

Systems Group. September, 1969 – September, 1970.

Systems Engineer. American District Telegraph Company,

New York City. December, 1968 – August, 1969.

Applications Engineer. Photon, Inc., Wilmington, Massachusetts.

July, 1968 – December, 1968.