Charlene Kalenkoski, Ph.D., CFP®
Phone: (806) 834-1211
Office: HS 244
Fall 2018 Office Hours:
Tuesday & Thursday: 1:30-3:00 p.m.
Also available by appointment.
Professor at Texas Tech University (2017-present); Associate Editor of the Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning (2017-present); Treasurer and Board Member, Society of Economics of the Household (2017-present); Director of Retirement Planning & Living Research Initiative (2016-present); Associate Professor at Texas Tech University (2013-2017); Director of the Ph.D. Program in Personal Financial Planning (2016-present); Co-Director of the Ph.D. Program in Personal Financial Planning (2014-2016); Assistant/Associate Professor at Ohio University (2002-2013); Ph.D. in Economics from The George Washington University
2017-2018 College of Human Sciences Nominee for the President's Academic Achievement Award, Texas Tech University; 2017 Plan Plus Best Paper Award in Behavioral Finance at the Academy of Financial Services Conference; 2017 Scholarship Catalyst Program Award, Texas Tech University, co-investigator; Transdisciplinary Research Academy Team Member, "Time Stress and Retirement Plan Choices," Texas Tech University, 2016; Transdisciplinary Research Academy Team Member, "Food Choices and Eating Behaviors: Painting a Complete Picture," Texas Tech University, 2016; 2016 Scholarship Catalyst Program Award, Texas Tech University, co-investigator, December 2015-December 2016; Research Fellow, Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), 2009-present
Labor and Demographic Economics, Household Behavior and Family Economics, Microeconomics
Research Seminar in Personal Financial Planning (PFP 6397); Research Methods II (PFP 6378); Fundamentals of Statistics for Personal Financial Planning (PFP 5000); Data Analysis and Interpretation for Financial Decision Makers (PFP 5311); Economic Principles of Financial Decision Making (PFP 5341); Economics of Retirement (PFP 5360); Introduction to Ph.D. Studies in Personal Financial Planning (PFP 6305); Household Economic Theory (PFP 6374); Research Methods I (PFP 6377)
Patrick Payne, Charlene M. Kalenkoski, and Christopher Browning (forthcoming). “Risk Tolerance and the Financial Satisfaction of Credit-Card Users,” Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning.
Cheng, Yuanshan and Charlene M. Kalenkoski (2018). “Lost in Fees: An Analysis of Financial Planning Compensation,” The Journal of Wealth Management 20(4): 46-54.
Alyousif, Maher and Charlene M. Kalenkoski (2017). “Who Seeks Financial Advice?” Financial Services Review 26: 405-432.
Parent, Michael; Kalenkoski, Charlene M.; and Eric Cardella (2017). “Risky Business: Precarious Manhood and Investment Portfolio Decisions,” Psychology of Men and Masculinity,DOI: 10.1037/men0000089.
Kalenkoski, Charlene Marie and Sabrina Wulff Pabilonia (2017). “Does High School Homework Increase Academic Achievement?” Education Economics 25(1): 45-59.
Kalenkoski, Charlene Marie and Eakamon Oumtrakool (2017). “The Caregiving Responsibilities of Retirees: What Are They and How Do They Affect Retirees' Well-being?” Applied Economics 49(13): 1298-1310.
Payne, Patrick; Browning, Christopher; and Charlene M. Kalenkoski (2016). “Public Reaction to Stock Market Volatility: Evidence from the ATUS” Applied Economics Letters 23(17): 1197-1200.
Kalenkoski, Charlene Marie (2016). “The Effects of Minimum Wages on Youth Employment and Income,” IZA World of Labor, No. 243, DOI: 10.15185/izawol.243.
Kalenkoski, Charlene M. (2017). “Caregiving by Older Adults: Gender Differences in Well-being,” in Gender and Time Use in a Global Context: The Economics of Employment and Unpaid Labor, edited by Rachel Connelly and Ebru Kongar, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 271-282.