Senyo Adjibolosoo, Ph.D.

Professor of Economics

Dr. Senyo Adjibolosoo was born and raised in Ghana before moving to Canada to pursue his doctoral degree in economics. After completing his doctoral program, he served as a professor of business and economics at Trinity Western University in British Columbia prior to becoming a full-time professor of economics at PLNU in 2000. During his 16 years at PLNU, Adjibolosoo has taught a variety of economics courses and has focused his research on the Human Factor. Additionally, he enjoys leading groups of students on study abroad trips to the Human Factor Leadership Academy in Ghana, which he founded in 2006.

Education

  • Ph.D., Economics, Simon Fraser University
  • M.A., Education Specialist, Point Loma Nazarene University 
  • M.A., Economics, York University 
  • B.A., Economics, University of Ghana

Courses Taught

  • Survey of Economics – ECO 100
  • Principles of Macroeconomics – ECO 101
  • Intermediate Macroeconomics – ECO 330
  • History of Economic Thought – ECO 450
  • Applied Econometrics – ECO 460

Experience in Field

  • Point Loma Nazarene University, Professor of Economics, 2000 – present
  • Trinity Western University, Professor of Business & Economics, 1988 – 2000
  • Areas of Research: Human Factor in International Development, Economic Theory and Its Application, Econometrics

Professional and Community Involvement

  • Human Factor Leadership Academy; Founder, President, and CEO; 2006 – present
  • International Institute for Human Factor Development; Founder, President, and CEO; 1992 – present
  • Mission Village Christian Fellowship, Ordained Reverend Minister, 2013 – present
  • Association of Christian Economics, Member, 2011 – present
  • PLNU's Graduate Studies Committee, Member, 2008 – 2011
  • African Rhetoric Society, Member, 2009 – present
  • Area 25 of Toastmasters International, Governor, 2008 – 2009
  • Toastmasters International, Member, 2006 – present
  • National University, External Institutional Review Board Member, 2004 – 2010
  • Christian Business Faculty Association, Member, 1988 – present

Awards and Honors

  • Alumni Teaching Research Grant; 2006, 2009, 2014, 2015
  • PLNU RASP Grant; summer 2004, fall 2014, spring 2015
  • Wesleyan Summer Fellows Grant; 2003, 2004
  • Ministry of Multiculturalism, British Columbia Grant, 1998

Dissertations, Presentations, and Publications

  • Adjibolosoo, S. (2016). Ghana Our Beloved Country I: Severe Human Factor Decay Our Achilles Heel. San Diego, California: Transcending Excellence.
  • Adjibolosoo, S. (2016). Ghana Our Beloved Country II: Severe Human Factor Decay Our Achilles Heel. San Diego, California: Transcending Excellence.
  • Adjibolosoo, S. (2016). Moral Capital: Its Meaning and Implications for Virtuous Living. Denver, Colorado: Outskirts Press.
  • Adjibolosoo, S. (2015). The Spotlight on Moral Capital, Aesthetic Capital, and Human Abilities, An Introduction. Review of Human Factor Studies, 21(1): 4-8.
  • Adjibolosoo, S. (2015). Reflections on the Problems of Land-Ownership and the Challenges of Title Deed Acquisition in Africa. In Claude, G. Mararike (Eds.), Land: An Empowerment Asset for Africa: The Human Factor Perspective (pp.30-58). Harare, Zimbabwe: UZ Publications.
  • Adjibolosoo, S. (2015). Marriage Enrichment: In the Best and Worst of Times. San Diego, California: Transcending Excellence.
  • Adjibolosoo, S. (2014). Principles of Macroeconomics at a Glance. Redding, California: BVT Publishing.
  • Adjibolosoo, S. (2014). Institution Building: A Destructive Distraction to Sustained Development in African Countries. The African Business Review, Issue 64-71.
  • Adjibolosoo, S. (2014). Spiritual Capital: Its Meaning and Essence. Bloomington, Indiana: Westbow Press.