Lecturer, Department of Human Sciences
Program Area: Consumer Sciences
Joseph Ji is a lecturer of Consumer Sciences in the Department of Human Sciences. He earned his PhD in Family Resource Management from The Ohio State University. His expertise pertains to the small business, corporate taxation, real estate, tax planning and personal finance. He teaches courses in Family Business in the Consumer Science program. As a Certified Public Accountant, he has also provided tax and accounting services for more than 17 years.
Ji is a resident of Dublin, Ohio and an active member of Korean CBMC.
- PhD, Family Resource Management (Consumer Sciences), The Ohio State University, 2012.
- Dissertation title: Financial Vulnerability of Small Business Owner-Manager Households
- MS, Family Resource Management (Consumer Sciences), The Ohio State University, 2011
- MBA, Accounting and Finance, Cleveland State University, 2006
- Certified Public Accountant (Ohio)
- Licensed Real Estate Agent (Ohio)
- Graduate Research Award: Department of Consumer Sciences, The Ohio State University (May 2012)
- University Fellowship, Graduate School, The Ohio State University (2009-2010)
- Ji, H. & Hanna, S. D. Factors Related to Financial Vulnerability of Small Business Owner-Managers. Journal of Personal Finance, 11(1), 49-77.
- Hanna, S. D., Ji, H., Lee, J., Son, J., Letkiewicz, J., Lim, H., & Zhang, L. (2011). Content analysis of Financial Services Review. Financial Services Review, 20 (3), 237-251.
- Ji, H., Hanna, S. D., Lawrence, F.C., & Miller, R. K. (2010). Two decades of the Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning. Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning, 21(1), 4-14.