Rachel Schorno

Public Policy Program

Rachel Schorno

 

Education:

Master of Science in Accountancy, Bentley University, 2013

 

Research Interest:

Economic analysis of public policies and related decision-making, policy performance metrics, bank and monetary policy, financial regulations, spatial analysis and econometrics

 

Ph.D. Expected:

2020

 

Dissertation Title:

The Effects of Federal Reserve Banking Regulation on Bank Lending and Related Firm Growth Since the Global Financial Crisis of 2007-2008

 

Skills:

Stata, SQL, R, GIS (ArcGIS Pro), Excel, Access

 

Papers and Presentations:

  • Schorno R, Gholizadeh S, Racine EF. “The UNC Charlotte Food Environment and Student Food Choices: Developing an integrated data set to study healthy food and beverage choice among college students.” Working paper.

  • Schorno R, Gholizadeh S, Schulkind, L, Zadrozny, W, Racine EF. The UNC Charlotte Food Environment and Student Food Choices: Utilizing transaction data to study healthy food and beverage choice among college students. Poster Presentation. 2019 Southeastern University Consortium on Hunger, Poverty, and Nutrition Symposium. Boone, NC, 2019.

  • Racine EF, Gholizadeh S, Schorno R, Schulkind L, Zadrozny W. Using big data to better understand food choice and recreational facility use among young adults. Poster Presentation. Healthy Eating Research Annual Meeting. Nashville, TN, 2018.

  • Racine EF, Gholizadeh S, Schorno R, Schulkind L, Zadrozny W. Using big data to better understand food choice and recreational facility use among young adults. Oral Presentation. International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Meeting. Hong Kong, China 2018.