Select Media Publications

"Recent survey provides insight to solving systemic poverty and a lack of affordable housing." Crookston Times. 15 January 2020.

"Like Chocolate? Thank the Baroque." The Crookston Times. 9 September 2019.

"Best Cash Back Credit Cards." Wallet Hub. 1 February 2019.

"Rutherford Cardinal Johnson: Develop ecotourism for a better economy." Grand Forks Herald. 21 September 2018.

"Viewpoint: Minnesota’s strength is a guide to developing economies’ salvation." Crookston Times. 12 September 2018.

"What the Overview Effect Shows About Global Economic Ethics." The Best of Space Philosophy.30 August 2018.

"Can we draw a link between space, Will Smith and the global economy?" Qrius (formerly the Indian Economist). Evening Edition, 18 August 2018.

"Ask the Experts: Important Features of Credit Cards for International Travel" Wallet Hub. 23 July 2018.

"Decoding the North Korean Game: a strategic and economic perspective." Qrius (formerly the Indian Economist). Evening Edition, 21 July 2018.

"Taxation, Socialism, and Social Justice." Newsletter of the Royal Economic Society. Iss. 182. July 2018.

"Viewpoint: Drive to help must come from within." Grand Forks Herald. Saturday, 7 July 2018.

"Love and Judgment." Knightlife Magazine. Summer 2018.

"Apostolic Lineage of the Patriarchate of St. Stephen." Knightlife Magazine. Summer 2018.

"Holland America Line: A Rich History of Old World Tradition." Knightlife Magazine. Winter 2018.

"Pastoral Communiqués." Knightlife Magazine. Summer 2017.

"Pastoral Communiqués." Knightlife Magazine. Winter 2017.

"Pope Pius XII: Was He Hitler's Pope?" Knightlife Magazine. Winter 2016.

"800th Anniversary of the Magna Charta." Knightlife Magazine. Summer 2015.

Academic Journal Publications

Rutherford Card. Johnson. "Baroque, Chocolate, and the Discovery of the New World." Telicom. Vol. 32, No. 1. January 2020.

Rutherford Card. Johnson. "Noble Tradition and Blind Spots In U.S. Sustainability Philosophy." Journal of WEI Business & Economics. Vol. 8. 2019.

Rutherford Card. Johnson. "The Psychology of the Overview Effect and Global Economic Ethics." Psychology. Vol. 9. No. 7. July 2018.

Rutherford Johnson and Eddie Walker II. "A Probabilistic Shortage of Private Land Opened to Hunters in Northwest Minnesota." Modern Economy. Vol. 9. No. 1. January 2018.

Johnson, Rutherford Card. "An Economic Multipoint Gravitational Model Expression Of A Transactional Analysis Game: An Application To Recreational Private Land Use Decisions." Journal of Applied Business Research.. Vol. 33. No. 4. 2017.

Johnson, Rutherford Card. "Choice Waves and Strategic Interaction. " Journal of Technology Research. Vol. 7. March 2017.

Johnson, Rutherford Card. " The Inclusion of Geo-Cultural, Historical, and Legal Considerations in the Analysis of Anglican and Roman Ecclesiastical Division." Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion. Vol. 13. 2017.

Johnson, Rutherford Card. "Poverty and Wealth: Moral Issues in the Global Financial Crisis." Journal of the West East Institute Business and Economics. Vol. 5. No. 2. December 2016. and Proceedings of the West East Institute International Academic Conference on Business and Economics. Harvard University. Cambridge, Massachusetts. August 2016.

Johnson, Rutherford Card. "A Multipoint Gravitational Model Expression of a Subconscious Transactional Analysis Game." Proceedings of the 2016 International Academic Conference on Business. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Johnson, Rutherford Card. "Choice Waves and Strategic Interaction." Proceedings of the AABRI International Academic Conference. Albuquerque, New Mexico. 2016.

Johnson, Rutherford Card. "A Probabilistic Demand Application in the American Cracker Market." International Journal of Food and Agricultural Economics. Vol. 4. No. 3. 2016.

Johnson, Rutheford Card. "Geo-Cultural and Legal Insights into the Ongoing Debates within the Roman and Anglican Communions." West East Journal of Social Sciences. April 2016.; and WEI International Conference Proceedings. Barcelona, Spain. March 2016.

Johnson, Rutherford Card. "Geographical and cultural insights into the Episcopal Church and the crisis in the Anglican Communion." Journal of International Business and Culture. Vol. 9. 2015.

Johnson, Rutherford Card. "High altitude mountain economics: Measuring the effects of extreme conditions on consumer behavior." Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business. Vol. 8. 2015.

Johnson, Rutherford Card. "A Spatial Application of Choice Waves: Decline in Church Giving in the United States during the Recession." Journal of Behavioral Studies in Business. Vol. 8. 2015.

Johnson, Rutherford Card. "Excessive Affluence and the Economic Crisis." Review of Religion, Economics, and Culture. 2013.

Johnson, Rutherford Card. "A Subconscious Game with Economic Consequences: An Economic Analysis based on Psychological Transactional Analysis and a Classic Game of Eric Berne." Review of Religion, Economics, and Culture. 2013.

Johnson, Rutherford Card. "The Choice Wave: An Alternative Description of Consumer Behavior." Research in Business and Economics Journal. Vol. 5. February 2012.

Johnson, Rutherford Card. "Can Educators be Motivated by Management by Objective Systems in Academia?" Journal of Academic Ethics. Vol. 9. Issue 1. 2011. pp. 1-18.

Johnson, Rutherford Card. "Insights into the Theology and Economics of Globalization: Observations from an American Living in Korea." Review of Religion, Economics, and Culture. 2011.

Johnson, Rutherford Card.; Wuyang Hu, Angelos Pagoulatos, and David Debertin. "Response to General Health Information in the Food Industry: A Panel Case Study in the Domestic Cracker Market." Journal of Food Products Marketing. Vol. 17. Issue 1. 2011. pp. 91-109.

Hawtrey, Kim; and Rutherford Johnson. "On Moral Atrophy and the Global Financial Crisis." Journal of Religion and Business Ethics. Vol. 1. 2010.

Johnson, Rutherford Card. "The Loss of Religious Values Following "Excessive Affluence" and Its Potential Contribution to an Economic Crisis." Proceedings of the China Taiwan Trans-Sea Economics and Finance Conference. Suzhou, China. May 2009.

Fleming, Ronald A., Rutherford Johnson, and Angelos Pagoulatos. "WTA for Consumptive and Non-consumptive Use Access to Private Lands when Affirmative Responses are Poisson Events." Proceedings of the W-1133 Regional Project. Salt Lake City, Utah, February 2005


Academic Journal Publications with significant material contribution

Blackwell, Melanie; Angelos Pagoulatos, Wuyang Hu, and Katharine Auchter. "Recreational Demand for Equestrian Trail-Riding." Agricultural and Resource Economics Review. 2009.

Liu, Zheng; Angelos Pagoulatos, Wuyang Hu, and Ronald A. Fleming. "The Supply of Private Acreage for Public Recreational Use in Southern and Central Appalachia." Growth and Change. 2010.

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