Rossitza Wooster

Professor of Economics
Portland State University

Seminar at Texas Christian University: 2010

PSU Economics Graduation Ceremony: 2015

Summer Academy to Inspire Learning (SAIL): 2011

WTO, China, and the Asian Economies Conference: Beijing, China: 2006

FRBSF University Symposium: 2014


Rossitza B. Wooster (Ph.D. 2002, University of Oregon) is a Professor of Economics at Portland State University (PSU). She specializes in International Economics with a research focus on foreign direct investment activities by multinational firms in emerging and transition economies. Her teaching areas include Microeconomics (Principles and Intermediate), Mathematical Economics (Introductory and Advanced), Econometrics, Game Theory and International Trade Theory. Prior to joining PSU she was an Assistant Professor at California State University Sacramento. In her free time she enjoys travelling, rock climbing and cooking. She’s especially known for her famous chocolate bannana bread.


“A Geographic View of Expansion Choices by US firms in China," The International Trade Journal
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“Equity Commitment under Uncertainty: A Hierarchical Model of Real Option Entry Mode Choices,” International Business Review
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