Alannah RosenbergTitle: Economics Instructor
Department: Social Sciences
Division: Division of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Organization: Saddleback College
Office: BGS 348
Alt Phone: (949) 582-4854
Professor Rosenberg's office is not really in BGS 348, but she can't edit that field. Try LRC 114.
Ph.D., New York University, 1994 (Economics)
Major Fields: Monetary Theory, History of Economic Thought
Honors: Distinction in Macroeconomic Theory
Dissertation: Discriminatory and Unequal-Ability Tournaments:
Essays and Experimental Results
M.A., University of Southern California, 1980 (Economics)
Major Fields: Comparative Economic Systems, History of Economic Thought
B.A., Immaculate Heart College, 1977 (History and Government)
Thesis: My Adversary's Book: Upton Sinclair's 'End Poverty In California' Gubernatorial Campaign, 1934
A.A., Los Angeles Valley College, 1976 (Anthropology)
Professor Rosenberg joined Saddleback College in Fall of 1990. Her responsibilities include teaching principles of microeconomics, U.S. social and economic history, and in the Honors Program Humanities 10 series. She also serves as Chair of the Honors Program.
Prior to coming to Saddleback, Professor Rosenberg worked as a Research Fellow at the C. V. Starr Center for Applied Economics and as a research economist in various legal cases involving antitrust, patents, and other business issues. She has also taught on either a part-time or full-time basis at the University of Southern California, New York University, Dowling College (NY), Orange County (NY) Community College, Rockland County (NY) Community College, Long Island University, and the City University of New York.