Dr. Darlington Sabasi is an award-winning researcher and senior quantitative professional with strong analytical, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills, and experience working on numerous projects from problem formulation; data collection and processing; statistical and econometric model development, estimation and evaluation; report writing; and presentation. Dr. Sabasi has taught multiple classes, which include Principles of Economics (Microeconomics and Macroeconomics), Business Management Economics (also called Managerial Economics), Introduction to Business Finance, Experimental Economics, Advanced Farm and Ranch Management, and Sustainable Agricultural Management. Further, Dr. Sabasi has served on multiple committees, chaired a number of sessions at conferences, mentored multiple students, and reviewed numerous research articles from different top-tier journals. 

An expert in data analysis using various types of regression analysis, time series analysis, predictive modeling,
discrete choice models, and other statistical techniques plus a working knowledge of machine learning techniques
with experience using tools, including R, Python, SQL, SAS, STATA, and Microsoft Office products. Known for written and verbal communication excellence with expertise in managing multiple projects in a fast-paced environment under tight deadlines and exceptionally presenting to small and large multi-disciplinary audiences - 50+ regular and ad hoc reports, 5+ scientific articles, 30+ presentations, and 5+ awards. Dr. Sabasi loves playing and watching soccer, tennis, racquetball, and reading. 

PhD Economics, Washington State University, 2016
MS Statistics, Washington State University, 2016
MS Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Wyoming, 2011
MS Environment and Natural Resources, University of Wyoming, 2011
BS Agribusiness, Africa University, Zimbabwe, 2009

Sabasi, D., C.R. Shumway and G.M. Astill (2019). Off-farm Work and Technical Efficiency on
U.S. Dairies, Agricultural Economics, 50(4):379-393.
Sabasi, D., and J. Gwatipedza. (2019). The Economic Consequence of Globalization in Africa.
Volume XI - Globalization and and the Wealth and Well-Being of Nations:137-157.
Sabasi, D. and C.R. Shumway (2018). Climate Change, Health Care Access, and Regional
Influence on Components of U.S Agricultural Productivity, Applied Economics, 50(57):6149-6164.
Sabasi, D., C.T. Bastian, D.J. Menkhaus, and O.R. Phillips (2013). Committed Procurement in
Privately Negotiated Markets: Evidence from Laboratory Markets, American Journal of Agricultural
Economics, 95(5):1122-1135. 2014 WAEA Outstanding Published Research Award.

  • Financial Economics
  • Data
  • Small Business Management