Rene Ryman

Assistant Professor

  • Department: Economics and Management
  • Graduate Program(s): International Management
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Dr. René Ryman is a recognized consultant and educator in the area of international business and public policy. In her role as a strategic development consultant she has worked with many start up organizations and large corporations to provide detailed analysis for business plan development that focuses on maximizing revenues and long term sustainability within the market place. 


  • B.S in Business Administration, Elmhurst College
  • Executive MBA, Lake Forest Graduate School of Management
  • Masters of International Studies, Josef Korbel School of International Studies. University of Denver
  • D.B.A. in International Business Management, University of Sarasota (Argosy University)
  • Post Doc. Studies, AACSB Bridge Program, University of Southern California


  • Health Careless:  How America Sold Out on Health Care.” Out of the Box Publishing. ISBN:  0-9743504-2-7. March, 2005.
  • “U.S. Aid Falls Short in the Social, Political  & Economic Advancement of Afghan.” International Journal of Poverty and Development. Dec. 2012
  • “The Powerless Plaintiff: Ten Things Every Personal Injury Plaintiff Should Know.” Quick Sand Publishing & Production   Company.  ISBN:  978-0-578-07878-6. Apr, 2012
  • “The America Report Card:  Are We Really Better Off?” Nov, 2006
  • “The Emergence of the Internet as a Forum for Political Participation on Democratic Issues and Activity.”  The Computer & Internet Lawyer.  Jan, 2004
  • “Top Ten Reasons Why It’s Great To Be An Insurance Company.” Rocky Mountain News. Oct, 2003.
  • “Insurance Company Bad Faith: The Real Culprit Responsible for Rising Insurance Premiums.” Trial Talk Magazine. Feb/Mar, 2003
  • “The Adverse Impact of Anti-Spam Companies.”  The Computer & Internet Lawyer. Jan, 2003
  • “Bad Faith Pushes Up Premiums.” Denver Business Journal. Dec, 2002


Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM), Washington DC

Research Areas

  • International business
  • Economic growth
  • Business sustainability