Charles B. Braymen, PhD, CFA
Charles B. Braymen, PhD, CFA

Charles B. Braymen, PhD, CFA

Associate Professor
Heider College of Business

Academic Appointments

Department

  • Economics and Finance

Position

  • Associate Professor

Publications and Presentations

Articles

  • Briggs, K., Braymen, C. The Effect of Real Exchange Rate Volatility on the Trade of Education Services, International Trade Journal, 2017
  • Braymen, C., Yang-Ming, C., Zijun, L. Tax Policies, Regional Trade Agreements, and FDI: A Welfare Analysis, Pacific Economic Review, 21(2), 123-150, 2016
  • Braymen, C., Briggs, K. Income differences in services trade partners, Applied Economics Letters, 22(8), 593-596, 2015
  • Braymen, C., Johnson, R. International Diversification: The Weighting is the Hardest Part, Journal of Portfolio Management, 2015
  • Braymen, C., Lam, E. Income Distribution and the Composition of Imports, International Trade Journal, 28(2), 121-139, 2014
  • Braymen, C., Wingender, J. The Financial Structure of Born Global Firms, Journal of the Academy of Business, Cambridge, 20(1), 1-8, 2014
  • Braymen, C., Neymotin, F. Immigrant Enclaves and the Success of Entrepreneurial Ventures, Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy, 3(2), 197-221, 2014
  • Braymen, C., Briggs, K., Boulware, J., R&D and the Export Decision of New Firms, Southern Economic Journal, 78(1), 191-210, 2011
  • Braymen, C. Sectoral Structure, Heterogeneous Plants, and International Trade, Economic Modelling, 28(4), 1967-1976, 2011
  • Braymen, C., Briggs, K. How Far Will They Go? Intellectual Property and the Range of Market Participation by Nascent Firms, Southern Journal of Entrepreneurship, 3, 66-87, 2010

Presentations

  • Conference of Global Business, Economics, and Finance, 2014
  • CU Phi Beta Kappa U.S. - Russia Colloquium, 2014
  • Dual Immersion Webinar, 2013
  • Sarpy County Kiwanis Club, 2013
  • Missouri Valley Economic Association Conference 2013-2011, 2013