Andrew H. Pederson

Teaching Associate Professor, Economics and Business

 Andrew Pederson

Contact

Engineering Hall 117
303-273-3426
apederso@mines.edu

 

 

Education

  • M.T. Masters in Taxation, University of Denver Sturm College of Law
  • B.A. Economics, Pacific Lutheran University

Courses Taught

EBGN 321A Fall 2017
EBGN 321B Fall 2017
EBGN 504 Fall 2017 (Independent Study)

 

Publications

  • “Economic Evaluation and Investment Decision Methods” 15th Ed. 2017, By Franklin J. Stermole, John M. Stermole, and Andrew H. Pederson
  • “Self Teaching Manual for Economic Evaluations and Investment Decision Methods” 15th Ed. 2017, By Franklin J. Stermole, John M. Stermole, and Andrew H. Pederson
  • “Instructors Copy: Problem Solutions Manual for Economic Evaluations and Investment Decision Methods” 15th Ed. 2017, By Franklin J. Stermole, John M. Stermole, and Andrew H. Pederson

 

Professional Societies

Member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers
Member of the Society of Mining Engineers

 

Campus Activities/Speeches

Economic Evaluation Seminar: 2-Day class All Engineering and Technology Masters “ TM” students must attend, which provides an overview of engineering economics and the criteria used to evaluate investment decisions in technology-based industries.

FE Review “Engineering Economics” taught each semester see https://inside.mines.edu/FE-Home for more information and schedule.

“Managing Your Money After Graduation” – Speech to Fraternity

I am more than willing to talk to any group on campus, please reach out to inquire for more information

 

In-House Course Taught

Andrew has taught “Economic Evaluation and Investment Decision Methods” (3-5 Day) over 75 times in-house to various companies, government agencies, and continuing education departments.  Please contact Andrew Pederson directly for more information.

“US Tax Law Review” 1-Day course summarizing the US Tax code, specifically depreciation, depletion, amortization, and write offs, historical tax rates, business vs. personal tax rates, and expense vs. capitalize will all be discussed.

 

Continuing Education Short Courses on Campus

“Economic Evaluation and Investment Decision Methods” – More information

This course, presented over 1,000 times to more than 23,500 people, is designed for managers, engineers, geologists, landmen, scientists, accountants and others concerned with evaluating investments. It addresses the economic analysis of income and service producing investments based on discounted cash ow analysis procedures. Covering economic analysis techniques used to optimize the development and operation of mining, petroleum, non-natural resource and processing operations, the 5-day course addresses both before-tax and after-tax analysis considerations while the 3-day course focuses on before-tax considerations. The textbook for both courses, “Economic Evaluation and Investment Decision Methods,” 15th Edition, 2017 by Franklin J. Stermole, John M. Stermole, & Andrew H. Pederson demonstrates the evaluation techniques presented using a variety of applications for people with technical and non-technical backgrounds, with or without previous evaluation experience.

Upcoming dates in 2017-2018:

  • November 13-17, 2017
  • March 26-28, 2018
  • May 14-18, 2018
  • June 25-27, 2018

More dates to come.