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Sterling Raskie

Lecturer of Finance


Educational Background

Ph.D., The American College, 2017
MBA, Benedictine University, 2013
MS, Financial Services, The American College, 2012
BA, Cum Laude, Criminal Justice, University of Wisconsin, 2003

Positions Held

Lecturer of Finance, University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign, 2017 to present
Raskie Education, 2009 to present
Instructor of Finance, University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign, 2016-2017
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Finance, Millikin University, 2014-2016
Instructor of Finance, Benedictine University - Springfield, IL, 2013-2016

Recent Publications

Raskie, S. 2018. Managing the Stress of Caregiving: A Guide for Consumers and Financial Advisors. Journal of Accounting and Marketing, 7: 6

Raskie, S., Martin, J., Lemoine, C., Cummings, B. 2018. The Value of Financial Designations: A Consumer Perspective. Journal of Financial Planning, 31: 10

Raskie, S. 2017. Developing Personal Financial Planning as an Academic Discipline. Journal of Accounting & Marketing, 6: 17

Raskie, S. 2017. Navigating Uncertainties in Accumulation and Decumulation of Retirement Portfolios. Journal of Economics and Public Finance

Raskie, S., Martin, J., Herbison, G. 2017. Do Designations Attract A More Knowledgeable Consumer? Journal of Financial Service Professionals

Teaching and Research Interests

Mutual Funds, Financial Decision Making, Agency/Signal Theory, Wealth Management, Financial Planning