Mgr. Rutherford Cardinal Johnson has given presentations at academic conferences, government meetings, and private events in Europe, the United States, and Asia on topics including religion, moral theology, economics, economic ethics, geospatial analysis, human behavior, decision making, strategic interaction, and the Global Financial Crisis. The Cardinal has also served on organizing and scientific committees of international conferences.
Academic Conference Presentations
Johnson, Rutherford Card. "A Multipoint Gravitational Model Expression of a Subconscious Transactional Analysis Game." 2016 International Academic Conference on Business. Las Vegas, Nevada.
Johnson, Rutherford Card. "Choice Waves and Strategic Interaction." AABRI International Academic Conference. Albuquerque, New Mexico. 2016.
Johnson, Rutherford Card. "Poverty and Wealth: Moral Issues in the Global Financial Crisis." West East Institute International Academic Conference at Harvard University. Cambridge, Massachusetts. August 2016.
Johnson, Rutherford Card. "Geo-Cultural and Legal Insights into the Ongoing Debates within the Roman and Anglican Communions." West East Institute International Academic Conference. Barcelona, Spain. March 2016.
Johnson, Rutherford Card. "Pasta and Kimchi: Cultural Insight into Italy and Korea." Professional Development Day Seminar. University of Minnesota Crookston. October 2015.
Johnson, Rutherford Card. "A Spatial Economic Analysis of Potential Contributing Factors to Recent Declines in Church Giving in the United States." Annual Conference of the Southeastern Division of the American Association of Geographers. Athens, Georgia. November 2014.
Johnson, Rutherford Card. "Executive Talk on Advancing Charitable Giving and Service." Executive Conference on Charitable Giving. Raleigh. November 2014.
Johnson, Rutherford. "Excessive Affluence and Its Potential Contribution to an Economic Crisis." American Economics Association annual meeting. Atlanta. January 2010.
Johnson, Rutherford. "The Loss of Religious Values Following "Excessive Affluence" and Its Potential Contribution to an Economic Crisis." China Taiwan Trans-Sea Economics and Finance Conference. Suzhou, China. May 2009.
Wuyang Hu, Rutherford Johnson, Angelos Pagoulatos, and David Debertin "Response to General Health Information in the Food Industry: A Panel Case Study in the Domestic Cracker Market." Food Distribution Research Society Conference. 2008; Kentucky Economics Association Conference. 2007.
Johnson, Rutherford. "An Assessment of Probabilistic Demand for the Private Label Cracker Market." Faculty Seminar. California Polytechnics State University. May 2007.
Johnson, Rutherford, Steven Vickner, Angelos Pagoulatos, David Debertin. "Probabilistic Consumer Health Choice: A Case Study in Trans Fatty Acids." Kentucky Economic Association, October 2006.
Johnson, Rutherford, Steven Vickner, Angelos Pagoulatos, David Debertin. "Health Media Coverage and Consumer Choice: A Panel Data Econometric Analysis of the Domestic Cracker Market." Selected paper at the AAEA National Meeting, Long Beach, California, 2006
Fleming, Ronald, Angelos Pagoulatos, and Rutherford Johnson. "Estimating the Willingness to Accept by Private Land Owners for Consumptive and Non-Consumptive Uses." W-1133 Regional Project Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, February 2006; Kentucky Economic Association, Lexington, Kentucky, October 2005.
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Florence, Patriarch of St. Stephen
The Religious and Military Patriarchate of St. Stephen, Old Holy Roman Church of the English Rite, is an ancient, autonomous, semi-autocephalous traditional Old Roman Catholic Patriarchate with Anglican patrimony descended from the Roman Catholic See of Utrecht. The See of Utrecht has remained independent since 1145, when the Holy See in Rome granted autonomy. Modernly known as the Anglican Rite Roman Catholic Church (ARRCC), the Patriarchate is faithful to the magisterium of eternal Rome and the eternal One, Holy, Catholic, Apostolic, and Roman Church. Although administratively independent, the See embraces as brethren other Catholic and Anglican bodies, such as the current Roman Communion (commonly referred to as the Roman Catholic Church), the Anglican Ordinariate, and the Anglican Communion.